Students Admitted on a Probationary Admission Status
Students may be admitted on a probationary status if they hold at least a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited institution of higher learning or international institution of higher learning recognized by the ministry of education or other appropriate government agency but do not meet the minimum grade point requirements as outlined in the program’s admission requirements.
Master's students who have been admitted on a probationary basis will be converted to a regular admission status provided:
- A cumulative grade point average of 3.0 is achieved in the first two graduate courses required (MT6700 and MT6200) at National American University (does not include foundation courses), and
- No more than one final grade of "C" is recorded in the first two graduate courses required (MT6700 and MT6200) at National American University.
- A student on probationary status can only take one course per quarter. A student admitted on probationary status may not withdraw from one of the two courses without approval from the dean. If a student received a final grade of "F" on the first or second course, he/she will be terminated from the Graduate School. If a student receives lower than a 3.0 in the first two graduate program courses at NAU, he/she will be terminated from the program.
- Master's students who have been admitted on a probationary basis may not be awarded transfer credits until converted to a regular admission status.