Major Probation Causes
- Major GPA < 2.0 or
- Lack of progress in major: "Not taking (or not getting passing grade in) any class in major for 2 consecutive semesters"
- Failing 2nd repeat (3rd attempt) of any CMPE/SE/CS course
Major Probation Potential Outcomes
Due to Low Major GPA
- Overall Major GPA ≥ 2.0: removed from Major Probation
- Overall Major GPA < 2.0 but Term Major GPA ≥ 2.0: continued Major Probation
- Overall Major GPA < 2.0 and Term Major GPA < 2.0: subject to Major Disqualification
Due to Lack of Progress
- It depends on progress (if any) in Major
Due to Multiple Repeats
- Passing repeated course: removed from Major Probation
- Failing after 3rd repeat (4th attempt): DQed from major
- Failing 2nd repeat of another CMPE/SE/CS course: DQed
Major Probation Consequences
- If you are on Major probation (whether the reason is for low major GPA or lack of progress), you could be DISQUALIFIED for the same reason or the other reason
- Major changed to “Undeclared”.
- If your semester major GPA < 2.0 & your overall major GPA < 2.0, you will be DQed
- If you do not make progress in the major, you will be DQed
- If you fail after 3rd repeat of any major class or fail 2nd repeat of multiple major classes, you will be DQed from major.
- Department uses change of major policy for reinstatement
- Both requirements stated in the policy should be met and students will be ranked based on the provided formula (using mainly STEM GPA).
- Enrolling in a major class as an Open University (OU) student without a study plan does not mean that student has been reinstated in the major and the department is under no obligation to reinstate that student even if a significant progress has being made toward a degree.