Exams

Qualifying Exam

  1. Reserve a conference room
  2. Complete the Report of Qualifying Exam
  3. Turn completed form and copy of report in to ME Graduate Program Office

Preliminary and Final Oral Exams

  1. POSC must approved by the end of the semester before preliminary exam (see deadlines here)
    1. For M.S. students, your POSC should be completed the semester before your Final Oral Exam
  2. Reserve a conference room
  3. Submit an Online Exam Request to the Graduate College at least 3 weeks prior to the exam. Major professor approves request electronically.
  4. Major professor and student receive forms for exam via email from ME Graduate Program Office after Graduate College approves exam request
  5. Get the DOGE signature by turning completed form in to ME Graduate Program Office after exam

Making a Committee Substitution

  1. Determine if you would like the substitution to be permanent or only a temporary replacement for an exam
  2. If the substitution is permanent, submit an updated POSC
  3. If the substitution is temporary, submit a Request for Committee Substitution to the Graduate College. Major professor and committee members approve request electronically

Completing a Prelim or Final Exam with a Committee Member at a Distance

  1. Submit an Exam with Committee Member at a Distance request to the Graduate College. Major professor and committee member approve request electronically
  2. Contact Joel Buehler for technical assistance

Completing a Prelim or Final Exam at a Distance

  1. Contact the Graduate College to inquire if you are eligible to complete your exam at a distance
  2. Submit a Final Oral Exam with Student at a Distance request to the Graduate College. Major professor approves request electronically
  3. Contact Joel Buehler for technical assistance