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Residency is defined as the number of courses/credits which a student must earn at an institution in order to be awarded a degree from that institution.

The following applies to all undergraduate students who are admitted to Marquette in Summer 2010 and beyond, with the exception of those who are admitted to the College of Professional Studies:

  • Total credits: a minimum of 60 Marquette credits are required to earn an undergraduate degree.
  • Final credits: the final 30 credits needed to complete an undergraduate degree must be Marquette credits or in an OIE approved study abroad program.
  • Upper Division credits: a minimum of 32 Upper Division Marquette credits are required to earn a Marquette undergraduate degree.
  • Major credits: a minimum of 15 Marquette credits in the major are required to earn a Marquette undergraduate degree.

The following applies to all undergraduate students admitted to the College of Professional Studies in Summer 2010 or beyond:

  • Total credits: a minimum of 45 Marquette credits are required to earn an undergraduate degree from the College of Professional Studies.
  • Final credits: the final 30 credits needed to complete an undergraduate degree must be Marquette credits or in an OIE approved study abroad program.
  • Upper Division credits: a minimum of 32 Upper Division Marquette credits are required to earn a Marquette undergraduate degree.
  • Major credits: a minimum of 15 Marquette credits in the major are required to earn a Marquette undergraduate degree.

Exceptions to this policy will be approved by the Office of the Provost.

 

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