Students must adhere to the degree requirements from the year they entered Taubman College. For older degree requirements, contact the college registrar, Stacey Shimones, at email@example.com.
- 2014-2015 Degree Requirements (PDF)
- 2013-2014 Degree Requirements (PDF)
- 2012-2013 Degree Requirements (PDF)
- 2011-2012 Degree Requirements (PDF)
- 2010-2011 Degree Requirements (PDF)
Students interested in returning to the Urban and Regional Planning Program and have not been enrolled for more than 12 months must formally apply for re-admission.
Retention of Student Work
The faculty reserves the right to retain examples of student work, done in conjunction with class assignments, for purposes of illustration, instruction, and exhibition.
College Use of Digital Media
The college may record/capture video, audio, and/or images of students and student work during regular college activities (i.e. class sessions, lectures, exhibits, studio critiques, group meetings, etc.). These media may be made available in various forms to describe and/or promote college activities and programs in a variety of ways consistent with the mission of the college and university.
Plagiarism is knowingly presenting another person's ideas, findings, images or written work as one's own by copying or reproducing without acknowledgement of the source. It is intellectual theft that violates basic academic standards. In order to uphold an equal evaluation for all work submitted, cases of plagiarism will be reviewed by the individual faculty member and/or the Program Chair. Punitive measures will range from failure of an assignment to expulsion from the University.
Taubman College does not participate in the University Summer Orientation Program, but instead, conducts its own orientation program just prior to the start of summer and fall term classes. It is important that all entering students attend. Students will receive detailed orientation information in the summer.
Rackham students are also encouraged to attend the Rackham grad school orientation.
Students are officially enrolled for a term at the time of registration. Each student completes this registration process by using Wolverine Access, a web-based information system. Students will receive detailed information about registering for courses during the summer before classes begin. Directions for Wolverine Access registration are in the "University of Michigan Schedule of Courses" for a selected term. A late registration fee will be assessed to students who register after the end of the scheduled registration period for any term or program. Please refer to the section on "Fees and Expenses."
The Program Chair coordinates academic counseling and assigns faculty advisors to all current students. Throughout their period of enrollment, students are encouraged to consult with their own advisor and other members of the faculty regarding academic and career goals. Students enrolled in the Master of Architecture Program are required to have a Program Planning Form, signed by a faculty advisor, on file with the college Registrar. Although faculty and administrators may assist a student in arranging an academic program, the student is ultimately responsible for meeting all program and degree requirements.
Withdrawal From the Program
A student who terminates his or her enrollment during the term is required to officially withdraw. The student is responsible for initiating the withdrawal; he or she should contact the college Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org. Any refund of fees is handled in accordance with University regulations as described in the section on Fees and Expenses.
An academic file is maintained by the college for each student. The file contains admission materials, academic records and transcripts, correspondence, etc. The college endorses the university's Policy on Student Records, which meets the standards set forth in the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974. Each student has the right to examine all materials in his or her file, except as prohibited by the above policies.
The college registrar and the administrative officers of the college, or their appointed representatives, shall have direct access to all records. All other persons, including faculty, may have access to portions of a student's record only when so authorized by the student.
For transcripts, visit Wolverine Access.
Officer Education Programs
Officer education training programs are available to all students enrolled in the University of Michigan. Enrollment in officer education programs is voluntary, but the University and the armed forces expect each student who volunteers to meet the full obligations accepted. Since there are minor variations in the programs, interested students are encouraged to consult the chairpersons of the respective Army, Navy, and Air Force Officer Education Programs for information. Please visit the university's ROTC website for more information.
Questions regarding the granting of academic credit for Officer Education Program course elections for students in the Architecture Program should be directed to the college registrar at email@example.com.
Student Appeal Procedure
It is the purpose of the appeal procedure to provide undergraduate and graduate students and faculty with a mechanism for review of student and faculty allegations about matters pertaining to student conduct, performance and status and/or faculty misconduct. The appeal procedure shall be available to both student and faculty members of Taubman College for review of grievances of academic matters, including, but not limited to:
- All aspects of the degree process involving grading, evaluation, or status
- Unjustified denial of student access to data or misappropriation of student data
- Professional misconduct toward students
- Unfair, discriminatory, or intimidating treatment of students, including sexual intimidation and discrimination due to disability
- Discipline or other action taken as a result of allegations or findings of student academic misconduct involving plagiarism, cheating, fabrication, falsification of records or official documents, intentional misuse of equipment or materials, and aiding and abetting the perpetration of such acts
Procedure For Appeals
The first step is discussion of the grievance by the student and the faculty member. It is anticipated that most disputes can be resolved without recourse to other steps.
If not satisfied with the outcome of this discussion, either party may request time to discuss the problem with the appropriate program chair who will informally attempt to mediate and resolve the dispute.
If Step 2 fails to satisfy either party, he or she may request time to discuss the problem with the dean of the college, who will informally attempt to mediate and resolve the dispute.