Managing Your Graduate Degree Program

As a graduate student at the University of Washington Bothell you will get the most out of this program by taking an active role in your education experience. The following information has been gathered to help you understand the policies and procedures of the Education Program and enable you to take the necessary steps towards success in your Master of Education degree.

After You've been Admitted

  • Conditional Admission
  • Enrollment Confirmation
  • Residency Status
  • Measles Immunization
  • UW NetID
  • New Student Orientation
  • UW Husky Identification Cards
  • Transportation

Registration for New and Returning Students

  • SLN (Schedule Line Number)
  • Entry Codes
  • Text Books
  • Independent Study
  • Courses Outside of Education
  • Cross Campus Enrollment
  • Transfer Credits
  • On-Leave Status

Academic Advising

Grading Policies

  • Grading Scale for Graduate Students
  • Incomplete Grades
  • Change of Grade
  • Repeating Course
  • Satisfactory/Not Satisfactory Grades

Academic Program Completion Policies

  • General Expectations for Student Performance and Progress
  • Academic Performance
  • Participation in Classes
  • Professional Conduct and Character
  • Low Scholarship
  • Suggested Guidelines for Change of Status Action
  • Appeals

Additional Academic Policies for the Secondary Teacher Certification Pathway

  • Academic Performance
  • Individual Courses
  • Satisfactory Progress in the Program
  • On Leave and Deferral of Admission