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Registration for Classes

There are four registration periods for the fall, spring, summer, and winter sessions.

Open Registration

For students unable to register early and for students who may need to adjust their schedules.

Late Registration

Held during the first week of classes (special schedule for summer and winter) and to allow students to make section and class changes.

Adding Courses

Students may add courses during the first two weeks of the term by submitting a completed add/drop card to the Office of the Registrar. The signatures of both the academic dean and instructor of the class being added are required during the second week of the term.
Week 1, no approval required.
Week 2, approval of academic dean and instructor.
Week 3-10, not permitted.

Dropping Courses

Students may withdraw from courses by submitting an add/drop card to the Office of the Registrar. The time period in which a student withdraws from a course determines the recording of the course on the student’s transcript. The following guidelines apply to the ten week fall and spring term only. Accelerated term and summer term refund schedules are calculated based upon a modified schedule.
Week 1-2, no grade recorded on academic record
Week 3-6, W grade recorded on academic record
Week 7-10, no withdrawals are allowed

Exceptions

Exceptions to the preceding regulations for registration, schedule revision, and cancellation of assignment may be made for courses that do not span the regular term, summer or winter session

Grade Requirements

In order to maintain academic standing as a graduate student, all graduate students must maintain at least a 3.0 grade point average (GPA) in graduate courses. Any course with a C+ or lower earned grade must be retaken until a B- or higher grade is earned. Similarly, the grade of N (no pass) is not accepted for graduate credit and those courses must be retaken until a P (pass) is earned. A GPA below 3.00 at any time during a graduate student’s studies or the accumulation of more than 5 credits of N or F grades – regardless of the GPA – is considered unsatisfactory. The Academic Dean may drop the student from the Graduate School, thus terminating the students’ degree program.

GRADING SYSTEM

Grades are based on the progress in achieving course goals and is reported as a letter grade based on the grading system adopted by Daybreak University:

Grade Grade Points Numerical Grade Descriptions
A+ 97-100 4.0 Outstanding
A 94-96 4.0 Excellent+
A- 90-93 3.7 Excellent
B+ 87-89 3.3 Good+
B 84-86 3.0 Good
B- 80-83 2.7 Good-
C+ 77-79 2.3 Satisfactory+
C 74-76 2.0 Satisfactory
C- 70-73 1.7 Satisfactory-
D+ 67-69 1.3 Poor
D 64-66 1.0 Very Poor
D- 60-63 0.7 Extremely Poor
F 0.00 0 Failure
P N/A N/A Pass
I N/A N/A Work Incomplete
AU N/A N/A Audit
W N/A N/A Withdrawn
R N/A N/A Repeated Course
TC N/A N/A Transferred Credits
In Progress N/A N/A In Progress

Courses offered in Fall 2018

Course Number and Subject
MFT/IRT 6010: Foundations of Marriage and Family Therapy
MFT/IRT 7100: Practicum in Marriage and Family Therapy
MFT/IRT 7000: Counseling and Psychotherapeutic Theories and Techniques: IPCST

Courses offered in Winter 2019

Course Number and Subject
MFT/IRT 6040: Group Process and Techniques in Family Counseling

Courses offered in Spring 2019

Course Number and Subject
MFT/IRT 6050: Clinical Research and Evaluation
MFT/IRT 6060: Psychopathology: Principles of the Diagnostic Process
MFT/IRT 7000: Counseling and Psychotherapeutic Theories and Techniques: IPCST
MFT/IRT 7900: Practicum in Marriage and Family Therapy
MFT/IRT 6600: Law, Professional Ethics, and Community Practice
MFT/IRT 9000: Research Methods I

Courses offered in Summer 2019

Course Number and Subject
MFT/IRT 6300: Diversity and Multicultural Counseling
MFT/IRT 9000: Research Methods I
MFT/IRT 9100: Research Methods Ⅱ
MFT/IRT 7900: Practicum in Marriage and Family Therapy

Courses offered in Fall 2019

Course Number and Subject
MFT/IRT 6020: Advanced Marriage and Family Therapy
IRT 9500: PhD Research Colloquium
MFT/IRT 7900: Practicum in Marriage and Family Therapy
MFT/IRT 9100: Research Methods II
MFT/IRT 9400: Inner Child Therapy
MFT/IRT 6010: Foundations of Marriage and Family Therapy

Courses offered in Winter 2020

Course Number and Subject
MFT/IRT 6050: Clinical Research and Evaluation
MFT/IRT 6060: Psychopathology: Principles of the Diagnostic Process

Courses offered in Spring 2020

Course Number and Subject
HST 6000: Human Sexuality Education I
MFT/IRT 6030: Couples Relationship Therapy
MFT/IRT 7900: Practicum in Marriage and Family Therapy
MFT/IRT 9500: PhD Research Colloquium(Qualitative Research Methods)
MFT/IRT: 9600 PhD Dissertation

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