Section II: a. Academic Affairs policies
- Policy 2000: Undergraduate Admissions Standards
This regulation is established to govern and define the policies under which undergraduate applicants apply and are approved for or denied admission to Metropolitan State.
- Policy 2010: General Education/Liberal Studies/Goal Areas
This policy (#2010) consistent with MnSCU policy and policy throughout higher education, Metropolitan State University has developed general education and liberal studies requ
- Policy 2020: Baccalaureate Degree Requirements/Modification Student Degree Program/Graduation Requirements
This policy (#2020) describes how to modify a student degree program, as well as what is required to graduate and receive a baccalaureate degree.
- Policy 2030: Undergraduate Admissions – Policy for International Students
This policy (#2030) includes information regarding university undergraduate admissions policy for international students.
- Policy 2040: Undergraduate Academic Internships
This policy (#2040) is established to govern and define the university-wide Academic Internship Program.
- Policy 2050: Undergraduate Academic Standing
This policy (#2050) applies to all undergraduate students admitted to degree-seeking status at Metropolitan State University.
- Policy 2060: Human Subjects Research Review Policy
It is the responsibility of Metropolitan State University to ensure the rights and welfare of human subjects participating in any research affiliated with the university.
- Policy 2070: Undergraduate & Graduate Program Approval
This policy (#2070) sets the standard for proposing, reviewing, and authorizing undergraduate and graduate programs.
- Policy 2080: Grading Policy
Metropolitan State University’s grading policy offers students two grading options—traditional grades of “A/B/C/D/F” or “competence/no competence.”
- Policy 2090: Faculty Joint Assignments
University resident faculty members may hold an academic assignment in one college with another assignment in the college in which he or she is rostered.
- Policy 2100: Artwork Contribution
This policy (#2100) provides guidelines and procedures for the acquisition of contributed artwork.
- Policy 2110: Intellectual Property and Online Courses
This policy (#2110) clarifies intellectual property rights regarding online course materials developed by Metropolitan State University faculty for use in university courses.
- Policy 2120: Transfer Credit
This regulation is established to govern the policies and procedures for evaluating and accepting transfer credits for undergraduate students.
- Policy 2130: Course Prerequisite
This policy (#2130) clarifies expectations regarding course prerequisites for undergraduate and graduate courses.
- Policy 2140: Study Abroad Programs
This policy (#2140) applies to student-initiated and faculty-sponsored study abroad programs.
- Policy 2150: Prior Learning Assessment (PLA)
The purpose of this policy (#2150) is to provide all students at Metropolitan State University with opportunities to demonstrate college and university-level learning.
- Policy 2160: Assessment of Student Learning
This policy (#2160) details the university's systematic assessment of student learning.
- Policy 2180: Credit Hour
This policy (#2180) sets the standards for determining the assignment of credit hours to academic courses and other academic experiences.
- Policy 2190: Student Academic Integrity
This policy (#2190) provides university community members with a shared understanding of our high expectations.
- Policy 2259: Attendance and Non-Attendance Reporting
This policy (#2259) is to ensure adherence to Federal Title IV regulations with respect to a student's enrollment level for the purpose of calculating and paying financial aid
- Policy 2510: Undergraduate Course, FDIS, Group Internship and Theory Seminar
This policy (#2510) sets the standard for proposing, reviewing, and authorizing undergraduate courses, FDIS, group internships and theory seminars.
- Policy 2520: Graduation with Honors for Undergraduate Students
This policy (#2520) provides recognition of high levels of academic success by defining the standards which undergraduate students qualify for graduation with honors.
- Policy 2550: Academic program review
This policy (#2550) sets the standard for planning and conducting academic program reviews, creating action plans, and reporting progress.
- Policy 2580: Existing Undergraduate Course, FDIS, Group Internship and Theory Seminar Change
This policy (#2580) sets the standard for authorizing minor and substantial changes to existing undergraduate courses, FDIS, group internships and theory seminars.
- University Policy 2200: Minimum Faculty Qualifications