Graduate Half Time Attendance for Two Semesters
Hold a Master’s degree (or be enrolled in a Master’s program at the time of application);
Be employed full-time at an accredited school in the U.S. or in a U.S. territory;
English Teaching Assistantships. ETAs in over 50 countries assist in teaching conversational English to grade school, high school, or college students. ETAs assist in the classroom and lead conversation for 20+ hours per week. Some host countries prefer applicants who intend to become foreign language teachers; others encourage applicants of all majors, including those who do not speak the host country language. Applicants with more than five years teaching experience should consider other Fulbright programs. See: http://www.fulbrightteacherexchange.org and http://exchanges.state.gov/education/engteaching/.
#2. Maximum Degree Unit limits
Financial aid recipients are monitored for the length of time needed to complete their degreeby measuring their total units completed. Undergraduate students will be eligible to receive financial aid only until they receive a degree or earn a maximum of 175 semester units. Graduate students are eligible to receive financial aid only until they earn their degree or earn 75 semester units. Students who change their minors/majors, who are pursuing double minors/majors, or who are attempting second baccalaureates will be held to the same maximum time frame.
The Office of Student Financial Aid will attempt to notify a student when it appears that he or she will exceed the unit maximum. Unless a student can provide information, which would justify why the degree hasnot been granted, his or her financial aid will be canceled.
Satisfactory Academic Progress Appeals
Students who fail one or more of the SAP requirements mentioned in #1 or #2 must appeal to theSatisfactory Academic Progress Appeals Committee (SAPAC). The required paperwork is available inthe Office of Student Financial Aid.
All financial aid recipients should speak to a financial aid counselor to discuss the impactof any proposed changes in enrollment such as dropping a course, repeating a course, or withdrawingfrom the University. Any of these changes may affect his/her satisfactory academic progress andfuture eligibility for financial aid.
Departmental Profile Report presents information about faculties and instructional programs at the undergraduate and graduate level, including data on fall course enrollments, graduate students, degrees awarded, and department faculty. Information about departments is gathered on a questionnaire mailed to all departments in doctoral and master’s granting departments and to a sample from bachelor’s granting departments. The published report appears in the November issue of the Notices of the AMS. Read the current report (formerly the Third Report).
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Note: Concurrent Study for Two Different Master’s Degrees
Students seeking admission for concurrent enrollment in a second graduate degree must meet the following criteria: 1) be in good standing in their current master’s degree program, 2) be in the final semester of their current master’s degree program, 3) must formally apply and be admitted to the new master’s degree program (see “SF State Graduate and Post-Baccalaureate Application Procedures” above). Students studying for concurrent masters degrees may not use the same coursework nor complete the same culminating experience for both programs. For concurrent degrees with a common core, faculty of the programs must determine alternative core courses for the second degree.
students who have completed all courses toward the undergraduate degree and who have applied formally for admission to an SF State graduate program, may request on the Application for Award of Baccalaureate degree that up to 12 units of upper division undergraduate or graduate work taken in the final semester before the award of the undergraduate degree be granted provisional post-baccalaureate status. Units to be applied toward a graduate degree may not be counted toward the undergraduate degree.
The Rouge Forum is a group of educators, students, and parents seeking a democratic society. We are concerned about questions like these: How can we teach against racism, national chauvinism and sexism in an increasingly authoritarian and undemocratic society?
ISED 707  Planning and Funding Education and Community Programs
ISED 739  Education and Community Development: Equity and Diversity
ISED 797  Seminar in Educational Research
E ED 784  Curriculum and Instruction in Mathematics CLAD Emphasis E ED 784  Curriculum and Instruction in Mathematics CLAD Emphasis
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The Internship Apprentice Program is a three year planned career development program at NAWCWD China Lake that provides full-time employment, on-the-job training, and merit-based promotions. This program is available to U.S. citizens who are a minimum of 18 years of age and are enrolled half time in an educational institution. Apprentice Brochure [PDF]
NAWCWD has multiple opportunities and is currently recruiting Interns and Co-ops for both the China Lake and Point Mugu sites. Incumbents must be United States citizens and must be able to obtain and maintain a United States Government security clearance.
According to Mr. Bujan, more than 3,000 students applied for the SMART program in 2010, and the science and engineering board accepted the top 50 percent for interviews. Of those 1,500 applicants, 300 made the final cut. Of the 240 who attend this year\’s orientation, 98 will matriculate to three Air Force major commands: AFMC, Air Force Space Command, and Air Combat Command.
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Graduate Degree Plan
You must have completed at least one term as a matriculated graduate student at your home campus before concurrently enrolling in an online course at a participating Cal State Concurrent Enrollment campus.
Intrasystem Visitor/Concurrent Closures:SF State will no longer accept any incoming students until further notice from the following special programs. Note: closure to incoming students does not apply to the Instrasystem Concurrent Enrollment ICE program offering online courses throughout the CSU system. Intrasystem Visitor/Concurrent Enrollment from other CSU campuses Consortium Cross Enrollment Cross Registration from UC BerkeleySF State students wishing to go to another school using one of the special programs listed above should contact the host school for deadlines and updates.
Fall 2013 Graduate Advising Office Hours
Advising is available by appointment only.
California Pre-Doctoral Program
The California Pre-Doctoral Program is designed to diversify the pool of university faculty by supporting the doctoral aspirations of students who are upper division undergraduates or graduate students on a California State University campus, economically or educationally disadvantaged, with focused research interests, and an interest in a university faculty career. See http://www.sfsu.edu/~fellows1/predoc/
Following Enrollment in the Culminating Experience (for all students admitted fall 2008 and after): Students who have registered for the Culminating Experience Course through the regular university will not be required to enroll in the University during the following semester if they have not completed their Culminating Experience. After this one semester grace period ends, all graduate students are required to maintain continuous enrollment at SF State through the College of Extended Learning (CEL) until the degree is earned. Students in the CEL course will have access to library and discipline specific laboratories. The department “time to degree” is in force. Students in the Culminating Experience continuous enrollment program should maintain frequent contact each semester with their faculty member and meet all timelines set forth in the Culminating Experience proposal document (see policy on Graduate Studies website).
Graduate Students Enrolled in Upper Division Courses
Graduate students enrolled in upper division courses are expected to complete additional course work and to meet academic standards above the requirements delineated for undergraduate students. The faculty member teaching the course is responsible to assign the additional course work and/or academic standards required of graduate students. The additional requirements for graduate students should be stated on the syllabus or the graduate student should be informed of the requirements within the first two weeks of the semester.
A paired course is a graduate course paired with an undergraduate course covering similar content. The paired course is taught by the same instructor, on the same days and times, and in the same class environment. Graduate students must enroll in the graduate level of the paired course, numbered (700-889) and complete all graduate level expectations as described in the course syllabus. A paired course taken at the undergraduate level may not be repeated for credit at the graduate level.
Transfer Credit from Other Institutions
Graduate courses taken at another university are not automatically transferable to a SF State program. At the discretion of the department faculty, with support of the Dean of Graduate Studies, a maximum of 6 semester units, which may include any combination of transfer units or academic extension work, may be used in meeting the requirements of a 30 unit program, or proportionally more for a program requiring 45 or more units.
Continuous Enrollment: Course
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CULM EXP CONTINOUS ENRLMT
Course #: SCI 499
Term: Spring 2014
or Direct Loans, master\’s candidates meet this minimum with 4 units.
You must be enrolled at least half-time in order to receive a disbursement of SUG. For undergraduate students and initial credential candidates, half-time or greater enrollment means 6 or more units. For master\’s candidates, half-time or greater enrollment means 4 or more units. If you are enrolled less than half-time, you are not eligible for SUG.
MATH 700 : Graduate Teaching Workshop
Prerequisites: GTA status.
Description: Discussion and analysis of teaching techniques, peer evaluation, peer classroom observations, guided groups and self analysis of videotapes; group project developing and studying common lesson materials.
Graduate students must make continuous satisfactory progress toward their degree by completing a minimum of 6 units each year,
Disbursements of Federal Direct Student Loans are based on the number of units in progress.