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Student Evaluation

A student's performance is evaluated by: a traditional grading system (A-F), Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory, and Credit/No Credit options supplemented by written narrative evaluations; credit or placement by examination; Advanced Placement examinations for degree credit where available; and credit for validated learning from experience or non-traditional instruction. Of the 120 credit-hours required for graduation (except for the Regents Online Degree Program), at least 30 of the last 60 hours must be earned through credit at the University of Memphis.

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Academic Programs
Admission to College
Student Evaluation
Honors
College Requirements
The Baccalaureate Contract Program
Regents Online Degree Program (RODP)

Bachelor of Professional Studies (B.P.S.)

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services
Apparel and Accessory Merchandising and Home Furnishings
Child Development
Dance
Disability Studies and Rehabilitation Services 
Health Services Administration
Human Services
Law Enforcement Administration
Non-Profit Development and Administration
Organizational Leadership
Paralegal Studies
Pre-school and Childcare Administration
Technology Management Services

Bachelor of Liberal Studies (B.L.S.)

Asian Studies and International Trade
Judaic Studies
Religion in Society

Minors

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services
American Studies
Child Development
Religion in Society

A Second Bachelor's Degree

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