SLU Graduate Student Catalog
These documents serve as the official catalog for Graduate Education at Saint Louis University. The Graduate Education Catalog will be for the 2011-2012 academic term.General Information
THE UNIVERSITY: History, Degrees Offered, Accreditation, Objectives, Student Outcomes Assessment, The University and Metropolitan St. Louis Area
ACADEMIC SUPPORT SERVICES: University Libraries, Academic Computing, Academic Centers and Institutes, Office of the Registrar, Educational Technology Services, The Paul C. Reinert, S.J., Center for Teaching Excellence, Office of International Services, English as a Second Language, Midwest Catholic Graduate Schools Consortium
STUDENT LIFE AND SERVICES: Graduate Student Association, Student Health and Counseling Center, Housing and Residential Life, Bookstores, Campus Ministry, Career Services, Recreational Facilities, Dining Services, Billiken Bucks, Athletics, Parking and Inter-Campus TravelGraduate Education at Saint Louis University
Administration, General Policies, Organization and Governance, Major Fields, Areas of Concentration, Degrees Certificates
Admission and Matriculation
Categories of Graduate Students, Admission Policies, Admission Procedures, Matriculation Policies, Transfer of Credit, Academic Calendars, Certification of Status
Tuition and Fees
Tuition, Academic Fees, Admission Deposit, Payment of Tuition and Fees, Withdrawals
Fellowships, Assistantships and Scholarships, Federal Stafford Loan Program, Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy for Federal Financial Aid Recipients, Alternative Bank Loans, Emergency Loan Fund
Pre/Continuing/Late Registration, Changes in Registrations, Registration "Holds", Zero-Credit Registrations, Research-Phase Registrations, Inter-University Registrations, Audits, Auditors, and Visitors; Registrations of Undergraduates in Graduate Coursework; Withdrawing from a Course, Term Work, or the University
Academic Work at the 400, 500, 600 and 700 Levels; Grading System; Grade Reports; The SLU Permanent Record; Good Academic Standing and Academic Probation; Acceptable Academic Progress/Ordinary Time Periods to Degree; Academic Integrity/Ethical Behavior; Suspension/Dismissal; Procedures for Academic Appeals; Diversity, Affirmative Action, and Disabilities
Master's Degree, The Specialist in Education Degree, The Doctor of Education, The Doctor of Philosophy Degree, The Multidisciplinary Degree, Dual-Degree Programs, Certificate Program
Courses and Curricula
American Studies | Biology | Chemistry | Communication | Communication Sciences & Disorders | Earth & Atmospheric Sciences (Geology, Geophysics, Meterology) | English | History | integrated & Applied Sciences | Mathematics | Modern & Classical Languages (Spanish | French) | Philosophy | Political Science | Psychology (Clinical | Experimental | Industrial-Organizational) | Sociology & Criminal Justice | Theological StudiesCENTER FOR ADVANCED DENTAL EDUCATION (CADE)
DOISY COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES
Nutrition & Dietetics | Health Informatics & Information Management | Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy | Physical Therapy & Athletic Training | Physician Assistant
JOHN COOK SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
International Business & Marketing
Other SLU Advanced Degrees
The programs of Saint Louis University are open to all without regard to race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, disability, or veteran status. All University policies, practices, and procedures are administered in a manner consistent with its Catholic and Jesuit identity. Programs and activities located in facilities not easily accessible to disabled persons will be made accessible through relocation or other means upon request. For general information, call 314.977.2222.
The 504 and ADA Coordinator, the University's Affirmative Action Officer, is located in DuBourg Hall, Room 219; Telephone 314.977.3838.
The information contained in these web pages is for information purposes and does not constitute a contract. Although the information was prepared with the latest information available, the statements concerning fees, courses, admission and graduation requirements, general regulations and curricula are subject to change.