To qualify for graduation with a bachelor’s degree, a student must complete, through Texas State coursework, at least 25 percent of the minimum number of semester hours required for the degree; within this requirement, at least 24 semester hours must be advanced and at least 12 hours of the advanced work must be completed in the major at Texas State. Additionally, at least 24 semester hours of the last 30 hours completed that are required for the degree must be taken at Texas State. Correspondence, extension, and off-campus coursework completed through Texas State may be applied toward residency requirements. Credit-by-examination may not be applied toward residency.
Updated: Friday, May 1, 2015.
Per the 2015 Correspondence Studies Handbook: Texas State students taking the final exam on the Texas State campus in San Marcos or Round Rock should schedule the exam a minimum of four weeks before they need the course grade to be posted to their transcript. Students who have a final exam proctored off-campus should allow five weeks for the final grade to be reported to the Texas State Registrar. However, please note that U.S. Postal Service delivery time may affect the receipt of a final exam.
Updated: Friday, May 1, 2015. See "Handbook" for official policy.