June 2008 Edition Mission Statement and Objectives

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Your Graduating Semester

The following checklist, paraphrased from the registrar’s website, lists the steps for you to follow in preparation for graduation:

  • You must submit to the registrar's office a completed APPLICATION FOR GRADUATION form, available at http://registrar.mst.edu/forms/ within the first-four weeks of your graduating semester. Submitting this form a few weeks after pre-registering for the final semester is even better.

  • After the fifth-or-sixth week of classes, you will receive a preliminary degree check with the analysis mailed to your local address. This analysis consists of a CAPS report and a cover letter stating any deficiencies or if all of your degree requirements will have been met with in-progress course work. Your CAPS report may be obtained from Joe'SS (http://joess.mst.edu) at any time.

NOTE: It is your responsibility to make sure all discrepancies have been resolved before commencement. If you have a problem, see your advisor.

  • You can check the Assessment Office link (http://ira.mst.edu/assessment.html) to see what your senior assessment requirement is. If you have a question concerning your senior assessment requirements and why the senior assessment does not show up on your CAPS, please see the ECE Undergraduate Secretary.

  • All transfer credit and correspondence course work must be completed prior to commencement. Transcripts for correspondence-and-transfer credit must be received within 30 days after commencement. In addition, grade changes or incomplete-grade replacements must be submitted to the registrar's office within 30 days after commencement in order to meet graduation requirements.

  • ALL STUDENTS: If you fail to meet graduation requirements in the term you specified, you must reapply for the term in which you next expect to complete all requirements. Final degree audits are only provided for the terms specified.

Appendix: Summary of Graduate Requirements
This summary imay assist students and advisors in scheduling classes. It is not a complete description of graduation requirements.

ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, 35

Academic advisors, 11

Academic dishonesty policy (department), 50

Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET), 35

ACM (Association for Computing Machinery), 46

Add a course, 37

Admission for high school students, 11

Admission Standards, 11

Any level Humanities requirement, 19

Associate Chair for Computer Engineering Undergraduate Studies, 7

Associate Chair for Electrical and Engineering Undergraduate Studies, 7

Associate Chair for Graduate Studies, 6

Assistant Chair for Laboratory Development, 7
Basic Science, Mathematics and EE courses, 23
Calculators (required), 47

CAPS report, 8

Career Opportunities, 44

Catalog year, 15

Changing Advisors, 7

Changing sections of a course, 37

Combing and splitting courses, 28

Communication Skills classes, 19

Co-Op (Cooperative Education Program), 44, 52

Computer Programming, 18

Correspondence courses, 13

Cooperative Engineering Training (EE 202), 41

Corequisites, 40

Correspondence courses, 13

CpEAE (Computer Engineering Advancement Examination), 21

Credit by examination, 34

Delayed grades, 39

Departmental Honors Program, 43

Disability Support Services, 10

Distance and Continuing Education, 14

Drop a course, 38

Dual B.S. degrees, 30

ECE Department Chair, 6

EE 200 & CpE 300 (Special Problems), 40

EE 201 & CpE 301 (Special Topics), 41

EE 202 (Cooperative Engineering Training), 41

EE 390 (Undergraduate Research), 46

EE core classes, 15

EE electives (ABCDE Electives), 16

EE Science elective, 17

EE undergraduate bulletin boards, 9

EEAE I (Electrical Engineering Advancement Examination I, 20

EEAE II (Electrical Engineering Advancement Examination II), 21

EEAE III (Electrical Engineering Advancement Examination III), 21

EIT exam (Fundamentals of Engineering Examination exam, 21

Electrical Engineering Advancement Examination I (EEAE I), 20

Electrical Engineering Advancement Examination II (EEAE II), 21

Electrical Engineering Advancement Examination III (EEAE III), 21

Email mailing list for ECE department, 9

Emphasis Areas within EE, 25

Entering EE, 51

Eta Kappa Nu (HKN), 46

Faculty Advisors, 7

Failing a course, 48

Financial Aid for graduate study, 45

Financial assistance, 45

Free Elective, 22

Freshman advisors, 11

Freshman Engineering Orientation, 20

Freshman engineering students, 11

Fundamental Mathematics, 17

Fundamental Sciences classes (Chemistry and Physics), 16

Fundamentals of Engineering Examination (EIT exam), 21
GPA (Electrical Engineering), 23

GPA (Cumulative), 23

GPA (Missouri S&T), 23

GPA (University of Missouri), 23

Graduate vs. undergraduate credit, 40

Graduating semester, 52

Graduation requirements, 15
Hearer status, 38

HKN (Eta Kappa Nu), 46

Humanities and Social Sciences classes, 18
IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc), 46

Incomplete grades, 39

Information Technology, 9
Last 60 hours at Missouri S&T (residency requirement), 24
Minimum acceptable grades, 23

Minimum grade point average, 22

Minimum number of credit hours, 22

Minors outside of EE, 27

Model transfer agreements, 13

MSF (Master Student Fellow Program), 44

Multidisciplinary programs, 27
OURE (Opportunities for Undergraduate Research Program), 43
Pass/Fail grades, 39

Personal problems and emergencies, 50

Prerequisites, 40

Priority registration, 36

Problems in a particular course or instructor, 48

Problems in several courses, 48

Receiving B.S. degree in both electrical and computer engineering, 30

Registering for classes, 36

Regular registration, 37

Remedial Mathematics (Algebra and Trigonometry), 17

Required courses for 2007 or later catalog year, 15

Required reading for every undergraduate EE student, 8

Residency Requirement (Last 60 hours at Missouri S&T), 24

Retaking a course, fulfilling and nullifying graduation requirements, 28

Retaking courses and grade point average, 28

Retaking courses, 28

Schedule of classes, 8

Scholarships (department), 45

Scholastic Deficiency, 49

Scholastic Probation, 49

Second B.S. degrees, 30

Senior Assessment (EIT exam – Fundamentals of Engineering Examination), 21

Special problems (EE 200 & EE 300), 40

Special topics (EE 201 & EE 301), 41

Student Academic Regulations, 8

Student paper and presentation competitions, 47

Substitutions and Waivers, 25
Taking a graduate level courses for graduate credit, 29

Taking a graduate level courses for undergraduate credit, 29

Tau Beta Pi, 46

Transfer Coordinator for EE, 12

Transfer students, 12

Transfer students, Model Transfer Agreements, 13

Transferring credit to Missouri S&T, 12

Transferring EE 121, EE 151, EE 153, and CpE 111 courses to Missouri S&T, 13

Transferring non-EE courses to Missouri S&T, 13

Transferring upper level EE courses, 13

Typical semester, 51
U. S. History classes, 19

Undergraduate catalog, 8

Undergraduate research (EE 390), 41

Upper level Humanities/Social Science requirement, 19

Vice Provost for Academic Affairs, 6
Waiving and/or changing graduation requirements, 34

Withdrawing from school, 49

World Wide Web documents, 9


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