162 Dr. Pallavi Patel College of Health Care Sciences—Department of Health Science 2018–2019 Grading Policies and Procedures Alpha Grade A A- B+ B B- C+ C C- D+ D F Scale 4.0 3.7 3.3 3.0 2.7 2.3 2.0 1.7 1.3 1.0 0.0 Percent 94–100 90–93 87–89 83–86 80–82 77–79 74–76 70–73 67–69 60–66 0–59 Courses for the Bachelor of Science in Medical Sonography with Master of Health Science are graded on an alpha scale (described above). Students must pass all courses with a grade of C or better. Any grade lower than a C will result in failure of the course. Students receiving a failing grade will be referred to the Committee on Student Progress (CSP). Any failed course may need to be repeated and additional tuition will be charged. Any single core course will be cause for referral to the CSP and may be cause for dismissal from the program. Graduation with Honors—M.H.Sc. A student eligible for graduation with a cumulative grade point average of 3.74 or higher is eligible to receive the degree with honors. A student eligible for graduation with a cumulative grade point average of 4.0 is eligible to receive the degree with high honors. Incomplete Coursework For the B.S.—MS/M.H.Sc. program, a grade of incomplete ( I ) is issued because of unexpected emergencies and must be made up within one semester, based on instructor recommendation and program director approval. For the B.S.—MS/M.H.Sc. program, the student will have one semester to complete a course after the conditions of the incomplete have been agreed to, based on instructor recommendation and program director approval. Students requesting extensions due to medical or military reasons are expected to provide official documentation. It is the student’s responsibility to consult the instructor and submit the Incomplete Grade Agreement Form (download available from the B.S.—MS/M.H.Sc. Student Center) prior to the end of the course. The form must be signed by the student, instructor, and the B.S.—MS/M.H.Sc. program director. The student must have successfully completed 50 percent of the assignments prior to course end and prior to requesting an incomplete grade. The instructor will not accept assignments received after the date indicated on the agreement, and the student’s grade will be assigned according to the work the student completed by the end of the course. A grade of I cannot be given if less than 50 percent of the assignments have been completed by the official end date of the course. An incomplete grade that has not been changed by the official date in this agreement will be converted to an F by the administrative staff members of the Department of Health Science.