Catalog Rights Statement

The 200607 undergraduate catalog and the policies and procedures herein are in effect for the fall 2006, spring 2007, and summer 2007 semesters. Although the information herein has been reviewed by numerous university faculty and staff members, the text may nevertheless contain errors, which will be corrected in the online version when brought to the attention of the Office of the Vice Provost of Undergraduate Education.

Calendars, academic and degree programs, policies, and fees are subject to change at any time by official action of the University at Buffalo or the State University of New York. In addition, changes in policies, procedures, and administration may have occurred since the final publication deadline for this catalog and its printed version. Updates are regularly made in the on-line version, with modifications and their effective dates noted in the "Catalog Updates" section. In case of discrepancies between the online and printed versions of the catalog, the online version is to be considered definitive. Students should contact individual undergraduate departments or campus offices for the most recent information.

Upon nomination by the faculty and by vote of the Board of Trustees, degrees are conferred upon students who have met the following requirements listed in this catalog.

University Requirements

Students continuously enrolled at UB or on an official Leave of Absence from UB are governed by the university requirements (e.g., general education) stated in the catalog in effect at the time of their initial matriculation in the university. For example, students who enter the university in fall 2006 and are continuously enrolled through graduation must meet the baccalaureate degree requirements as stated in this 2006-2007 catalog.

Major Program Requirements

Students continuously enrolled in a particular major degree program or on an official Leave of Absence from the program are governed by the requirements of that program as stated in the catalog in effect at the time of their initial entrance into the program. For example, students who are accepted into a major during the fall 2006 semester and are continuously enrolled through graduation must meet the requirements for the major as stated in this 2006-2007 catalog.

Either the university or a program may find it necessary to update requirements for students who have been enrolled in the university or in a program for an extended period.

Breaks in Student Enrollment

Students who leave the university or a major degree program for one or more semesters without an official Leave of Absence are governed by the requirements stated in the catalog in effect at the time of their most recent readmission to the university or to the major program.

Last updated: Thursday, 10-Jun-2021 10:53:42 EDT