The Graduate School maintains most forms for use by graduate students. Please visit their website at http://graduateschool.uncc.edu/current-students/forms for the most current forms. These include:
- Graduate Academic Petition (Banner Self-Service)
- Early-Entry Course Approval
- Suspension Appeal
- Appointment of Doctoral Dissertation Committee
- Defense Report for Doctoral Dissertation and/or Master's Thesis
- Proposal Defense for Doctoral Dissertation and/or Master's Thesis
- Submission and ETD Signature Form
- Research Projects involving Human Subjects (IRB)
- Report of Qualifying Exam or Comprehensive Exam
- Remote Participation Approval for Dissertation/Thesis
- Special Request
A few forms are maintained by the Office of the Registrar, and can be found at: http://registrar.uncc.edu/forms. These include:
- Transcript Request
- Transient Study
- Credit Card Payment Form
- Disclosure of Directory Information
- Name Change Form
- Other Institution Transcript Request
- Pass No Credit/Audit
- Student Consent to Release Record
Some forms relative to Graduate Programs Advising and Registration are maintained by the Department and include:
The Plan of Study must show at least 30 credit hours beyond the baccalaureate degree and the degree completion option as determined by the advisory committee; Option A) thesis, Option B) Design (Spring 2017 or later admits) or coursework only with comprehensive exam (Fall 2016 or earlier admits). The specific course requirements will be set by the student's advisory committee but must include: At least 3 hours of graduate (6000-level or above) mathematics and at least 12 credit hours of MEES coursework. The Plan of Study must be submitted to the department for review and approval after completing no more than 18 graduate credit hours.
Following completion of the form, please have your faculty advisor sign it before submission to Tracy Beauregard (Duke 382, ME Office). Master's students must have a Plan of Study submitted to enroll in MEGR 7991, Grad Master Thesis Research or to sit for the comprehensive exam. Students admitted Spring 2017 or later who do not select the thesis option will automatically defer to the Design capstone option.
The Plan of Study must show at least 72 hours of credit beyond the baccalaureate degree including at least 45 hours of coursework, and 21 hours of research/dissertation credits. The specific course requirements will be set by the student's advisory committee but must include: At least 6 hours of graduate (6000-level or above) mathematics and at least 18 hours of MEES coursework. Graduate (6000-level or above) courses from outside the department may be taken, but must be approved by the Faculty Advisor as part of the student's Plan of Study. The Plan of Study must be submitted to the department for review and approval no later than the end of the first semester after admission to the Ph.D. program.
Following completion of the form, please have your faculty advisor sign it before submission to Tracy Beauregard (Duke 382, ME Office). Doctoral students must have a Plan of Study submitted to sit for the qualifying exam.