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If you are ALREADY admitted into the TTU Graduate School--either into a degree program or as a GRUD (Graduate student, undecided), you need to file with the Graduate School the form designated “Enrolled Students: Change Current Study Objective.” This form, despite its ominous title, is what you use to add a certificate program to your current program of study. To actually complete the certificate work, you will subsequently need to file a second form: the “Graduate Certificate Program Plan”, which will need to be signed by a MRST advisor. Although the form does not require a second signature, the MRST advisors ask that you also get this form signed by your major advisor if you are currently enrolled in a degree program. All degree plans for TTU graduate degrees—including graduate certificates--must be filed no later than the very start of the final semester prior to graduation (the Graduate School Web site posts the precise deadlines).

If you are NOT already admitted into the TTU Graduate School, then you to gain admission following the Graduate School’s admission procedures. You also need to gain admission into the certificate program by indicating this goal on your application and by filling out a “Graduate Certificate Intent Form.” To actually complete the certificate work, you will subsequently need to file the “Graduate Certificate Program Plan”, which will need to be signed by a MRST advisor. Degree plans for TTU graduate degrees must be filed no later than the very start of the final semester prior to graduation (the Graduate School Web site posts the precise deadlines).

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