I. General Education course requirements, 24-25 hours*
- English Composition (6 hours) (Grades for English Composition courses must be a C or higher. Grades lower than a C will not meet the General Education requirement for English Composition).
- Humanities (6 hours)
- Fine Arts (3 hours)
- Social Sciences (6 hours)
- Math (3 hours) or Science w/Lab (4 hours)
II. Major-See course cycle for individual major course requirements.
III. Electives-To reach a minimum of 120 semester hours
* General Education course requirements may be fulfilled by an Associates of Arts or Science and/or a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university or by completing the Liberal Arts cohort.
Academic Planning Prior to Graduation
Students may not do any alternative credit during the term in which they plan to graduate. No credit will be awarded for alternative credit and it will not count toward degree requirements. AU students are responsible for checking and following the AU Deadlines for Commencement form for the term in which they plan to commence. Students may not transfer courses in the semester in which they plan to graduate. No credit will be awarded for the courses and will not count toward degree requirements.
Grade Point Average (GPA) Requirement
Minimum of 2.00 both in cumulative GPA and major GPA.
Academic Residence Requirements
Students who have matriculated to Judson University must complete an application for advanced approval to transfer courses in and include course descriptions for the course(s) that are seeking approval. The student must secure approval from both the academic advisor and The Registrar's Office before registering for a course at another institution. This procedure is for the student's protection. Failure to follow this procedure will result in non-transferable credit. After earning 90 semester hours, a maximum of 10 semester hours may be transferred and applied to degree requirements.
Letters of Completion
All degree candidates who complete coursework after the Spring Term will participate in the next fall ceremony. Upon their course completion, they may request a Letter of Completion stating that they have met all graduation requirements, and a similar comment line will be recorded on their transcript. Their degree date will be that of the December ceremony date.
Diplomas will be issued for each student who has completed all requirements for their undergraduate degree.Conferral dates coincide with commencement dates with an additional conferral date in August. Diplomas will not be issued for each major/minor completed in the undergraduate program. Lost or destroyed diplomas will be replaced with a written request along with a $25.00 replacement fee to the Registrar's Office.