☜ Appendix VII: Neuroscience Program

Contents
Preface
Philosophy
Admission Policies
Requirements for the Degree:
I. Time Limits for Degrees
II. Supervisory Committee
III. Required Courses
IV. Teaching Requirement
V. Program of Studies
VI. MS Prospectus
VII. PhD Proposal
VIII. Graduate Examinations
IX. Timetable
Annual Reviews
Financial Support
Registration
Miscellaneous
Appendices:
I: Residency
II: Student Travel
III: Dual Compensation
IV: English Competency
V: Graduate Appeals Policy
VI: Teaching Assistants Manual
VII: Neuroscience Program
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DETAILED TABLE OF CONTENTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS

PREFACE

PHILOSOPHY

ADMISSION POLICIES
      Admissions Criteria
      Admission into the PhD and MS Thesis Programs
      Continuation for the PhD Degree after completing the M.S Thesis.
      Neuroscience Doctoral Program

REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE

Summary
      A. Course-type Master’s Requirements
      B. Master’s Requirements
      C. Doctoral Requirements

I. Time Limits for Degrees

II. Supervisory Committee
      A. Committee Composition
      B. Co-Major Professor
      C. Retired Faculty
      D. Courtesy Faculty

III. Required Courses
      A. Colloquium (BSC 6921)
      B. Seminars
      C. Core Courses
      D. Responsible Conduct of Research

IV. Teaching Requirement
      A. Course-type MS
      B. Thesis MS
      C. PhD
      D. BSC 1005L
      E. Teaching Workshop

V. Program of Studies (MS and PhD Students)

VI. Prospectus for the Thesis MS Degree

VII. Proposal for the PhD Degree

VIII. Graduate Examinations
      A. Comprehensive Written Examination for Course-type MS
      B. The Thesis Defense (BSC 8976)
      C. The Preliminary Examination (BSC 8964) for Doctoral Students
      D. The Dissertation Defense (BSC 8985) for doctoral students

IX. Timetable
      Course-type MS Timetable
      Thesis MS Timetable
      Phd Timetable

ANNUAL REVIEWS and SCHOLARLY ENGAGEMENT
      Course-type MS students
      Thesis MS and PhD students
      Review Outcomes

FINANCIAL SUPPORT (Thesis MS and PhD Students Only)
      Teaching Assistantships
      Research Assistantships
      Fellowships
      Tuition Waiver Policies For Research-Based Programs
            A. Matriculation Waivers
            B. Out-of-State Tuition Waivers
      Taxes on Stipends

REGISTRATION
      Exceptions
      Completion of Requirements
      Off-Campus Research
      Medical/Family Leave

MISCELLANEOUS
      Research Product
      Satisfying Requirements
      Thesis/Dissertation Format
      Academic Probation
      Departmental/University Facilities
      Marine Lab

APPENDIX I: Residency

APPENDIX II: Funding for Student Travel
      Policies
      Procedures

APPENDIX III: Dual Compensation

APPENDIX IV: English Competency

APPENDIX V: Graduate Appeals Policy

APPENDIX VI: Teaching Assistants (TA) Manual
      Admission, Support, and Category Changes
      Selection of Graduate Assistants
      TA Course Assignment(s)
      Teaching Workshop
      Duties and Responsibilities
      Attendance Policy for Teaching Assistants Form:
      Emergency Situations
      Violations of the University’s Academic Honor Code (Cheating)
      Departmental Policies on Interpersonal Relationships between TAs and Students and the University Policy on Sexual Harassment

APPENDIX VII: Neuroscience Doctoral Program