The Graduate Catalog is an official document compiled and published by the Graduate School. It includes general policies, regulations, university calendar, fees, degree requirements, and courses. It is published once per year, and the information therein applies to the academic year of its publication.
The requirements for degree completion and the name of the degree earned are based upon a student's "catalog year." Your catalog year is the academic year during which you were officially admitted to an ISU graduate program and began taking classes toward the degree. It is important that you refer to your specific graduate catalog year when you are determining the requirements for your degree and the name of your degree and sequence (if applicable).
Your graduate catalog may be accessed online for additional information:
In order to assist you in tracking the courses you have taken and plan to take during future semesters, the following tracking forms have been developed for your use. Some of the catalog years are grouped together, which indicates that there were no IT graduate program curriculum changes during those years. Please note that the tracking forms include the degree name and sequence names that are applicable for each catalog year.