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Credit Hour Based Degrees Competence Based Degrees
Credit Hour Based DegreesCompetence Based Degrees
Advanced Project: BAIFA, BAC, and BAGB students, registration requires completion of your Focus Area.
Competency Limits: You can register for 2 competencies in most 4-credit SCPS competency courses.
Proficiency Exams: Register for proficiency exams directly in Campus Connect using the following 5-digit class numbers.
Spring Term: 33166 for Critical Thinking (L5); 33164 for Quantitative Reasoning (L6). Students in the BA in Professional Studies programs may register for BAPS Writing Proficiency Exam, 33165. Only students in the BA in Professional Studies (BAPS) program are eligible to receive credit for this writing exam. Navigate here for further exam instructions and deadline information.
Summer Term: 40451 for Critical Thinking (L5); 40452 for Quantitative Reasoning (L6). Students in the BA in Professional Studies programs may register for BAPS Writing Proficiency Exam, 40450. Only students in the BA in Professional Studies (BAPS) program are eligible to receive credit for this writing exam. Navigate here for further exam instructions and deadline information.
Summit Seminar: This final graduation requirement for BAIFA, BAC, and BAGB students is typically taken in the last quarter, often concurrently with Advanced Project. Summer Summit Seminar is held online in the final 5 weeks, Spring Term - 05/01/21 - 06/11/21. Register in Campus Connect; after the final add date passes, use the online registration form.
Students who are not enrolled at least once during three consecutive quarters, excluding summer, prior to the end of the third week of the third quarter, are subject to being discontinued from their programs. Students who are discontinued but who want to return at a later date must apply for readmission to DePaul.
Note: Because SCPS’s competency-based BA programs (Individualized Focus Area, Computing, General Business, and Early Childhood Education) are being retired, students in those programs who do not maintain active status cannot be readmitted to the competency BA programs. Instead, those students can be considered for readmission to one of the other continuing BA programs (Business Administration (BAPS), Computing (BAPS), Applied Behavioral Sciences, Decision Analytics, and Leadership Studies). Students in the competency BA programs who maintain active status will have through Spring 2023 to complete their degree requirements and graduate. For more information, see the FAQ for this update to our programs.
Active Status Continuation (LL 050) is a 0-credit, ungraded enrollment available to students who are working on independent
projects that will be submitted in fulfillment of degree requirements but otherwise will not be enrolled and would be subject to discontinuation. To request registration in LL 050, students should first discuss their plans with their Academic Advisor, whose approval is required, and then submit a registration request using the Registration Form. All LL 050 registration requests are subject to Associate Dean permission.