43 West 23rd Street, Room 308
New York, NY 10010
(212) 463-0400 ext. 5591
43 West 23rd St, 4th fl.
New York, NY 10010
(212) 463-0400 ext. 5322
Students must register in person or via email with Prerana Bhusal, Assistant Program Director. Please Note: 35 percent of the total semester's tution and fees is due at the time of registration.
Students who are entering their last semester and are anticipating graduation should:
For specific questions about fulfillment of requirements for graduation and receiving your diploma, visit the Office of the Registrar website. For graduation dates and locations, visit the Touro College Commencement page.
A student wishing to withdraw from classes must notify the Administration of the Graduate School of Technology and the Office of the Registrar by filling out an Add/Drop form. On approved applications, the following refund schedule will apply:
|Before the opening of class||100% tuition|
|No later than the first class session||90% tuition|
|No later than the second class session||75% tuition|
|No later than the third class session||50% tution|
|No later than the fourth class session||25% tuition|
|After the fourth class session||no refund|
Students are expected to maintain good attendance throughout the semester. In one semester, 1 absence per course is allowed. Two absences will lower the final grade by one full letter, and 3 absences may require that the course be dropped. In the event that a student misses a class, he or she is responsible for the activities of that class period. Make-up exams are given solely at the discretion of the professor and are not guaranteed.
The following grade values are assigned for each credit:
|A||= 4.000||A-||= 3.667|
Students must maintain a minimum grade-point average (GPA) of B (3.0) to remain in good academic standing
Students receiving an “Incomplete” (INC) for a course must complete all course requirements within the subsequent academic term in order to be able to register for courses thereafter. “Incompletes” must be completed within one year or the grade will automatically convert to a grade of F and the student will receive no credit for the course.
Students whose grade-point average (GPA) falls below 3.0, or who receive a grade of D or lower in any course or grades of C in two courses, are automatically placed on academic probation. This may be grounds for dismissal from the program. Students on probation may address the program chair in writing within two weeks of notification regarding their status to appeal their case.
Students must earn a B or better in each prerequisite course and each Language Arts class to be eligible for entry into any of the three concentrations of the Master of Science in Information Systems program or the Master of Arts in Web and Multimedia Design program.
Students have the right to challenge a course grade that they feel it is an unfair assessment of their work in a course. The student initiates an appeal by submitting, in writing, a formal request to the professor for a grade change within 14 days of receipt of the grade. The student must provide evidence to support the appeal. The professor should, in turn, respond to the student's request within 14 days of receiving it. The professor's response should include evidence that supports the basis for the grade. If the student's appeal to the professor is denied or goes unanswered, the student may appeal, again in writing, to the Dean, who will assign an independent faculty committee of reviewers to examine the basis of the appeal. After assessing the appeal, the committee will make a recommendation to the Dean, which may be to lower or raise the grade, or to retain the original grade. The Dean will then make a final decision in the matter based on the independent faculty committee's recommendation. The Dean's decision is final and not subject to appeal.
Under special circumstances, students in the Graduate School of Technology may elect to take courses listed in the bulletin as directed studies under the guidance of a Graduate School of Technology professor. The standard credits per course will be awarded upon successful completion of the directed study and the standard fee per credit hour will be charged to the student.
A 3.0 undergraduate GPA or its equivalent is required to apply for scholarships. If you are not awarded a scholarship upon your initial enrollment to the program, you may reapply for a scholarship for the Fall of the following academic year if your GPA in the program is at least 3.0.
Scholarships must be renewed annually, each Fall. A new scholarship application must be submitted by the student to apply for scholarship renewal. A student whose cumulative GPA falls below 3.0 is not eligible for scholarship renewal but may reapply for the Fall of the following academic year.
Students who expect to graduate should discuss their status with their advisor within one semester prior to the anticipated graduation date, complete an Application for Graduation, and pay the graduation fee. Students must maintain a 3.00 grade-point average (GPA) to be eligible for graduation from any of the programs of the Graduate Division.
Candidates for degrees within the period September through June may participate in that school year’s commencement exercises. Participation in the commencement exercises does not necessarily mean that a student has graduated. Graduation is certified officially by the Office of the Register only after auditing the student’s record for completion of all degree requirements.