I – COMPOSITION OF THE GRADUATE COMMITTEE (CPG)

I.1 The CPG will be composed of the following:

a) The coordinators of each graduate program associated with the Committee;

b) The graduate representatives elected by their pairs, as established by paragraph 8 of the 31st article of the Graduate regulation.

I.2 Each member will have a substitute which will be the vice-coordinator of the referred Committee Program Coordinator.

II – FEES 

II.1 The selection process will be charged the maximum fee established by the of Graduate Program Office.

II.2 The fee won’t be charged to those interested in enrolling in disciplines as special students.

III – DEFENSE PROCEDURES 

III. 1 The dissertation or thesis deposit must be accompanied by a letter from the professor responsible certifying that the student is able to defend, obeying article 88 of the Graduate Regulation;

III. 2 Deposits of unbinned thesis won’t be accepted.

III. 3 Thesis models may be printed on both sides of the sheet.

III.4 Only title members will receive printed models, a digital file must be sent to substitute members.

IV – NUMBER OF COMPONENT MEMBERS OF THE JUDGING COMMITTEE

IV.1 The Judging Committee of Graduate and Doctorate Thesis will be composed of three voting members and the advisor, which will act as president, without the possibility of voting.

IV.2 The judging committee composition must follow the criterion established in articles 93 and 94 of the Graduate Regulation.

V – CRITERION FOR PROGRAM, CONCENTRATION FIELD AND COURSE TRANSFERENCE

V.1 The CPG must deliberate over the requests of program switching, and the CCP over the concentration field of the Program. The request must be sent with the following documents:

I – circumstantial justification;

II – agreement and manifestation of new and current advisor;

III – agreement of CCPs of involved programs;

IV – complete school records of the previous course;

V – ruling of the previous CPG, about the student’s performance

VI – circumstantial ruling of a CPG designated rapporteur from the new program.

In case of program, area or course switching, the beginning of term counting will consider the entry date in the first program.

Before proceeding with the transference, the CPG must verify that the student will have adequate conditions of fulfilling the deadlines and standards of the new program. To which contrary case the transference won’t be successful.

 

 

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