Online form used to declare that you plan to graduate in a given semester. All graduate students must complete this online form during the semester in which they plan to graduate. This serves as a declaration of intent to graduate and an application for degree completion. The GAD can be accessed through the Graduate School's website. http://www2.binghamton.edu/grad-school/new-and-current-students/academics/index.html
Used to check progress toward degree and, at time of graduation, to show which courses are being counted toward your degree. Available at the Graduate Coordinator's office and on-line. Graduate Coordinator submits this form, along with your "Recommendation for Award of Master's Degree", to the Graduate School at the time of graduation. Each Master's program has its own form.
|Biomedical Engineering||MS - BME|
|Computer Science||MS - CS|
MS - EE
MEng - EE
MEng - CoE
MS - ME - Thesis
MS - ME - 10-course
MEng - ME
Industrial and Systems Engineering
MS - ISE
MS - ISE (4+1)
MS - ISE (HSC 4+1)
MS - ISE (HSC)
MEng - IE
MEng - SE
MS - SS
MS - SS (4+1)
MS - SS (HSC 4+1)
MS - SS (HSC)
Used at time of graduation to submit proof of degree completion to the Graduate School. Form to be signed by faculty advisor and Graduate Director. Graduate Coordinator submits this form, along with your “Proposed Course of Study/Graduation Check”, to the Graduate School at the time of graduation. All MS/MEng candidates complete this form.
Used at time of graduation to submit proof of degree completion to the Graduate School. Form to be signed by student's examining committee and Graduate Director. Graduate Coordinator submits this form to the Graduate School at the time of graduation. All PhD candidates complete this form.
Used generally during the first year of PhD study to designate the student's principal doctoral adviser and other faculty who will serve on the student's dissertation committee.
Used, along with the Principal Adviser/Guidance Committee form, to state the research interests which the student expects to pursue, and proposed members of the PhD Guidance Committee.
Paper document used to show the recommended format for the Learning Contract, which outlines the requirements for passing the Comprehensive Exam.
Used generally after students have completed their Comprehensive Exams to declare to the Graduate School that a student is being admitted to candidacy for the doctoral degree.
Used to register for courses which are considered "independent study".
Used to add, drop or change a course after the add/drop deadline, or to change the Grade Option.
Used in the fall and spring semesters by non-funded students who must maintain full-time status, who have completed all of their course work and are only registering for one credit of thesis, project or dissertation.
Used to request the transfer of graduate credits from other institutions toward a degree at Binghamton. Download the form for completion and forward with any necessary information to your program's graduate director.
Last Updated: 4/26/13