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GRADING The following grading system is in effect in the Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences: A AB+ B BC F

Distinguished scholarly work

Normal progress toward degree

Warning: Student subject to faculty action! Failure: Course must be repeated; student subject to faculty action! I Incomplete: Grade is deferred because of incomplete work and must be removed within the required time frame of one academic year. W Official Withdrawal P Pass: Used in certain courses and is independent of the quality point system. N Not Passing: Used in courses graded on a Pass/ Fail basis and is independent of the quality point system. The above plus and minus grades may be used at the discretion of the instructor and with notification to students at the beginning of each course. ACADEMIC STANDARDS All graduate students must maintain a grade average not lower than B (3.00 Q.P.A.). Students failing to meet this standard may be subject to faculty action, including dismissal, for failure to maintain normal progress toward a degree. Decisions on student academic standing are made by the Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences Council, after an initial review and recommendation by the Director of Graduate Studies. Any student having less than 3.00 as a final grade average at the conclusion of course work will be ineligible for the granting of a graduate degree.

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