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Mission & Commitment

The basic commitment of the Graduate Studies of the university is to the students matriculated in programs and courses designed to increase academic and professional competence, building upon knowledge gained at the baccalaureate level. The goals of graduate study at Kutztown University are that:

  1. Students receiving graduate degrees should be competent to pursue increasingly independent scholarship and creative investigation in their disciplines. This may include further graduate study.
  2. Students receiving graduate degrees should be competent to perform at more advanced levels of employment in their professions.
  3. Non-degree students completing credit or non-credit work should be able to achieve their personal learning objectives.

Schedules are designed primarily to accommodate students who can attend classes in the evening and other alternative times. Although most graduate students attend part-time, there are usually about one hundred full-time students each semester. Some courses for graduate credit are offered in the summer, and these are scheduled at times which would seem most preferable to the clientele whom they are designed to serve.

Graduate Disclaimer

REGULATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE

This website provides information about Kutztown University and its graduate programs. The contents of these web pages are not to be considered binding or a contract between the University and its students.

Each step of the educational process, from admission through graduation, requires continuing review and appropriate approval by university officials. The university, therefore, reserves the right to change, without notice, the requirements and regulations contained in these pages.

The provisions of these pages are not intended to create any substantive rights beyond those created by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and are not intended to create, in and of themselves, any cause of action against the State System of Higher Education, the Board of Governors, the Chancellor, an individual president or university, or any other officer, agency, agent, or employee of the State System of Higher Education.