A candidate for a bachelor's degree must meet University requirements with respect to registration, residence, general education, and English, and the minimum scholarship requirements of the student's college or division; must pass the subjects prescribed in his or her curriculum; and must conform to the requirements of that curriculum in regard to electives and total number of hours required for graduation.
Graduate and Professional Degrees
The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign enrolls approximately 8,500 graduate and professional students and offers advanced degrees in more than 100 fields of study. In addition to the master's and doctoral degrees offered in many disciplines, a number of departments offer work leading to other graduate degrees. Among these are master's and doctoral degrees in professional and performing arts fields and various master's degree in teaching.
Description of these degrees are given in the appropriate departmental sections of the Graduate Programs catalog. More detailed descriptions of graduate programs and the requirements for the degrees may be obtained from the individual departments.
Detailed information about graduation requirements may be found in the Programs of Study catalog and the Student Code.