In addition to the University of Minnesota graduation requirements (see the Undergraduate Catalog), the criteria for graduation from the ICP program are as follows:
- Completion of 120 semester credits, including:
- 15 credits after admission to ICP
- 50 upper division credits
- 30 credits taken on the University of Minnesota Twin Cities (UMTC) campus (students who complete only the minimum number of 30 credits may take no more than 8 of the 30 credits on the S/N grading basis)
- At least half of upper-division major coursework completed on the UMTC campus
- Of the last 30 credits earned before graduation, at least 15 must be taken on the UMTC campus
- Completion of the requirements for liberal education, freshman writing, writing intensive, ICP 3101W Proposal Development, and ICP Career Readiness. Students pursuing a BA degree must also complete the second language requirement
- Completion of an upper-division writing intensive course in the ICP major (as shown on your ICP Program Approval Form)
- At least 75% of the UMTC campus credits must be taken on an A−F grading basis
- Completion of the courses on your ICP Program Approval Form on an A−F grading basis with a grade of C- or better (S/N grading in major course work not allowed unless it is the ONLY grading basis offered)
- A minimum 2.00 grade point average is required for your:
- cumulative GPA for University of Minnesota coursework
- cumulative GPA for upper-division coursework
- cumulative GPA in each area of concentration (or the entire thematic) shown on your ICP Program Approval Form
To qualify for either a degree with distinction or a degree with honors, a student must have completed 60 or more semester credits at the University of Minnesota, in addition to meeting all other GPA and program requirements.
Contact your advisor if you have any questions.
Pro Tip: Be sure to check your APAS report regularly. You might also want to schedule an appointment with your advisor each fall and spring term to review your graduation plan.