There are no special conditions placed on your admission or class registration. You meet the requirements given in the UNK Graduate Catalog:
Unconditional (Full) admission. This status will be granted to the applicant who satisfies all the following conditions:
All other departmental requirements for unconditional admission to a degree program have been met. This might include but is not limited to, academic deficiencies, an interview, area or subject tests, advanced tests, a portfolio or performance, grade point average, letters of recommendation, essay, or writing sample.
You must abide by the UNK Graduate School Academic Work Standards policy.
Conditional admission. This status will be granted to an applicant who has submitted all necessary materials, but who does not meet all requirements for unconditional admission.
The conditions of admission will be specified by the department and the Office of Graduate Studies and Research at the time of the admission notification. Conditional admission will continue until changed by the recommendation of the department and Graduate Dean. Conditional admission is automatically changed to unconditional admission upon approval of the Application for Candidacy for the degree by the Graduate Dean.
In addition to abiding by the UNK Graduate School Academic Work Standards policy, you must fulfill one or more specific conditions put in place by the Science/Math Education M.S.Ed. Program Committee. The most common condition is "Complete 6 credit hours of Major Emphasis area courses with 'B' grades or better," but different conditions may be placed, depending on the student's academic course background and record. Conditionally admitted students are not eligible for early registration, but if this places a hardship for the student in regards to enrolling in courses necessary to fulfill the condition, the Program Director (Dr. Christopher Exstrom, email@example.com, 308-865-8565) may request a limited grace period from this restriction to the Graduate Office on the student's behalf.
Yes. You may be assigned one or two academic advisors, depending on your major emphasis area. The Program Director, Dr. Christopher Exstrom (firstname.lastname@example.org, 308-865-8565) is a co-advisor for all Science/Math Education students. Go to him with questions about completing your degree program, degree candidacy, course transfers, etc. You will also have a primary advisor who will be able to help you with questions about specific classes:
Biology: Dr. Julie Shaffer (email@example.com, (308) 865-8661)
Chemistry: Dr. Christopher Exstrom (firstname.lastname@example.org, (308) 865-8565)
Mathematics: Dr. Pari Ford (email@example.com, (308) 865-8553)
Physics/Physical Science: Dr. Ken Trantham (firstname.lastname@example.org, (308) 865-8278)