The requirement for Culminating Experience Continuous Enrollment applies to all students admitted or re-admitted for Fall 2008 or later. Doctoral students should follow program requirements for continuous enrollment and degree completion.
Students who have not completed the Culminating Experience within the two semesters allotted are required to maintain Continuous Enrollment through the College of Extended Learning until the degree is earned. Continuous Enrollment courses are graduate level courses set up by Extended Learning for SF State students who need to remain actively enrolled in the University while they finish their graduate work.
Here are some key points about Continuous Enrollment classes:
- They are set up as 499-level classes.
- There are no units granted and no grade is assigned
- The fee is $300 per class
- Extended Learning offers Continuous Enrollment courses for each of the eight colleges every semester
For more complete information from the Division of Graduate Studies about Continuous Enrollment courses please read The Culminating Experience Course through Extended Learning (PDF).
To review SF State policy documentation please read Important Notice on Culminating Experience Continuous Enrollment Requirement Enacted by Academic Senate Spring 2008 (PDF).
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