Academic Catalog 2014.2015 - page 25

Academic Information
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THE COLLEGE
Graduation
Requirements
The Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Music and the
Bachelor of Science degrees are granted subject to
the following:
1. Minimum of 122 semester units of credit. Cannot
exceed 150% of the minimum credits for the
enrolled program (i.e. Min 122 credits x 150%
= 183 credits)
2. Minimum of 40 semester units in upper
division courses.
3. Minimum grade point average of 2.00 in all work
attempted at TMC and in the major.
4. Minimum of 32 semester units of Fall/Spring
semester traditional prog ram (non-DS)
coursework, or 32 semester units of TMC DCP
major program courses.
5. Complete at least 12 of the final 24 semester units
at The Master’s College.
6. Maximum of 60 semester units of Online Learning
coursework.
7. Maximum of 60 semester units of TMC intensive
format courses (e.g., Post-session, Winterim, GE
school, etc.)
8. Completion of the curriculum as given for the
chosen major field of study.
9. Four-year students must complete at least 24
semester units of general education requirements
in Bible. Transfer students must take a minimum
of one general education Bible survey course
(B101, B102, B201, B202, BTH321, BTH322)
each semester of full-time attendance. Part-time
students (taking fewer than 12 semester units)
are not required to take a Bible course. However,
a student taking several semesters of part-
time coursework must complete one general
education Bible course for every 15 semester
units taken at The Master’s College.
10. A student will be allowed to participate in
commencement exercises only if he/she has
completed, or is in progress to complete,
all academic requirements by the time of
commencement ceremonies. A student may have
no more than one Directed Studies course still in
progress during the third week of March to be
eligible to participate in the May commencement
ceremonies.
General Policies and
Procedures
Student Academic Classification
Freshman
.
An accepted high school graduate who
has enrolled in the college.
Sophomore
.
A student with at least 30 semester
units and a 2.00 GPA.
Junior
.
A student with at least 60 semester units
and a 2.00 GPA.
Senior
.
A student with at least 90 semester units
and a 2.00 GPA. There must be reasonable assurance
of the fulfillment of all requirements for graduation
within the academic year. A student must begin
the graduation contract process in the Office of
the Registrar prior to the beginning of the second
semester of the senior year.
Full-Time Student
.
One who is carrying a
minimum load of 12 semester units. Only full-time
students not on academic probation may be elected
to student association offices, serve on student
publications, or compete on intercollegiate athletic
teams.
Non-Matriculating Student
.
One who has not
formally declared a degree objective and is carrying
six or fewer semester units.
Advanced Start Academic Program (ASAP).
The Master’s College Advanced Start Academic
Program (ASAP) enables high school students who
are juniors or seniors to take accredited, college-
level Bible and general education courses which can
meet both high school graduation requirements and
be counted toward an undergraduate degree at The
Master’s College.
Students enrolling in ASAP will be allowed to register
in select undergraduate classes taught at The Master’s
College campus. ASAP students are able to take up
to six units per semester and will be expected to meet
the same requirements as other students in the class.
In order to qualify for ASAP, a student must have a
minimum cumulative high school GPA of 3.0 and
must meet the minimum test scores of :
ACT composite: 21
SAT (math and verbal combined): 1100
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