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Graduate Studies General Regulations Completion of Programs


Completion of Programs

Graduate students are considered to have completed all requirements for the degree when all academic requirements have been met, and when all due fees have been paid. Specifically, for thesis or research students (all Doctoral students, and those Master's students registered in 899), a student is considered complete when one electronic copy of the thesis, in PDF format revised as recommended by the Thesis Examining Committee and finally approved by the supervisor/committee, is submitted to the School of Graduate Studies. 
 
Exceptions to submission of an electronic copy of the thesis will be made by the School of Graduate Studies on a case-by-case basis. If it is decided that no electronic copy can be submitted, at least one paper copy revised as recommended by the Thesis Examining Committee and finally approved by the supervisor/committee must be submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in fulfillment of degree requirements. 
 
At the time of submission for completion of degree requirements the student may also submit up to two unbound paper copies of the thesis.  The paper copy or copies will be bound by the School of Graduate Studies.  The bound copy or copies will be returned to the student and to the thesis supervisor. 
  
 
All courses taken by the student must appear with a mark on the student's academic record (transcript), along with all other requirements pertinent to the degree (language, comprehensive examination, etc.). Normally, the transcript notes the completion of these other requirements upon submission of the thesis for examination. 

Tuition fees will be charged up to the date of receipt of the final approved copy of the thesis. 

For non-research Masters students (those completing a Master's degree through course work, project, essay or report routes), a student is considered complete upon submission by the Department/Program to the School of the Master's Program Completion form. This form details the student's program of study, the marks received, and the examination and acceptance of a project, essay or report, if required. The form is signed by the Head of the Department/Program (or delegate).

All courses taken by the student must also appear with a mark on the student's academic record (transcript), along with all other requirements pertinent to the degree. Tuition fees will be charged up to the date of receipt of the Master's Program Completion form

A student who completes a program in the middle of a term is normally eligible for a partial refund in fees. See the General Regulation Refund of Fees
 

Graduate Studies General Regulations Completion of Programs
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