☜ III. Required Courses

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
Detailed Contents

Requirements for the Degree:

IV. Teaching Requirement

Graduate students who have not earned a minimum of 18 graduate hours should register for BSC 5945 (Supervised Teaching) for up to 3 hours total in their master's degree program or up to 5 hours total in their doctoral degree program.

A. Course-type MS -- no teaching experience is required.

B. Thesis MS -- Memoteaching experience in at least one course recommended by supervisory committee and approved by the Associate Chair.

C. PhD -- Memoteaching experience in at least 2 different courses recommended by supervisory committee and approved by the Associate Chair.

D. BSC 1005L -- may count for the teaching requirement at the discretion of the Associate Chair.

E. Teaching Workshop -- the Department offers a Teaching Workshop the week prior to fall classes. New students are required to attend. The coordinator of the workshop is Dr. Carolyn Schultz, (850) 644-6826.

☞ V. Program of Studies