Graduate Student Registration Approval

Graduate: Registration Approval

Student Information

Due to Federal law the concerning the privacy of educational records the graduate advisor will correspond with you at your University email account.
Please note, the graduate advisor will directly enroll you in the indicated courses within the department. This change can better support both students and department administrators by establishing course enrollment in a more timely fashion.
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During the upcoming semester,

You've Indicated You Intend to Enroll In Courses in Another Department.

Please try to enroll in the course you wish to take. You are able to check, to see if you have completed the pre-requisites by:

1- Locate the course listing in the semester's schedule

2- Click on the black "Class Details" button to the right of the course title. 

3- See if there's a "Enrollment Requirement" listed above the course description. If you meet this requirement, or there's not one listed, please try to enroll. Need instructions on how to enroll?

4- If you're unable to add the course, return to the course listing page for that academic department, and scroll to the top of the page. Find the appropriate contact listed, and email asking for their department's process of allowing other students into their courses. 

Courses for the Upcoming Term

Select the CVEEN course(s) you plan to enroll in.
Select the NUCL course(s) you plan to enroll in.

I have submitted...

Masters students should submit prior to the second semester of study. Doctoral students should submit prior to the second year of study.

What's a Curriculum Development Plan (CDP)?

A curriculum development plan is like a "roadmap" of the courses you plan to complete as you work towards the completion of your degree. It should include any required courses, and the other relevant courses that you plan to take as you work towards the completion of your degree. You can find the curriculum development plan for both MS and PhD linked at: https://www.civil.utah.edu/handbooks-policies-forms/ Required courses are available by area of study here: https://www.civil.utah.edu/handbooks-policies-forms/

What's a Supervisory Committee?

The supervisory committee has two main responsibilities: (1) assess the coursework you have selected and listed on your CDP- to ensure that this will provide you sufficient training for your degree and (2) evaluate any exams that are part of your degree program.

  • For a student completing a non-thesis degree, this examination is the comprehensive examination in the final semester of study.
  • For students completing a research degree, the "exams" are the (a) research proposal (PhD) and (b) final defense. 
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