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Undergraduate Programs

High school students and transfer students who want to enroll in day classes at the Buffalo campus.


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Adult learners applying to our undergraduate or graduate degree programs at either our Buffalo or Rochester campuses.


Online Programs

Adult learners applying to our online undergraduate or graduate degree programs.

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Directed Study is individualized instruction identical in regard to the title, course objectives, course content, and evaluative criteria of the course. Directed Study is generally limited to two courses per baccalaureate degree and is usually implemented to fulfill a graduation requirement. Application approval will usually be granted to seniors for courses required for graduation provided that the course(s) is not otherwise available to the student. GPAs of 2.0 are required of undergraduate students who wish to undertake Directed Study. In graduate programs, Directed Study is made available only under the most extraordinary circumstances and is implemented to fulfill a graduation requirement that is not otherwise available to the student. GPAs of 3.0 are required of graduate students who wish to undertake Directed Study. The faculty and College do not guarantee that this is available during any particular semester. Undergraduate students may not take a Directed Study to replace a course in which a failing grade was earned. Graduate students may not take a Directed Study to replace a course in which a failing grade was earned unless they obtain a waiver signed by the Program Director for their program and the appropriate Division Head, Registrar, and Vice President for Academic Affairs. Before completing an application, a student should discuss the matter with the appropriate instructor, and in the case of graduate programs, with the Program Director. The instructor should be aware of what the student intends to accomplish and be willing to direct the study. The student and the instructor must agree on the time that will be devoted to supervision and the manner in which the instructor will evaluate the study.

Rev. 10/2016