Endnotes

(EC 05.03.17)

1 As voted at the 3.92 meeting of the Division, the Regulations have been altered where necessary to remove gender designations, and to replace “Admissions and Records” with “Registrar.”

2 If an undergraduate takes a graduate course, he or she can receive a letter grade or P and would be expected to perform at least at a C- level. If a graduate student takes an undergraduate course, he or she may be assigned a letter grade or an S, and would be expected to perform at least at a B- level.

3 If an undergraduate takes a graduate course, he or she can receive a letter grade or P and would be expected to perform at least at a C- level. If a graduate student takes an undergraduate course, he or she may be assigned a letter grade or an S, and would be expected to perform at least at a B- level.

4 Final grades are all grades defined in Berkeley Division Regulation A201 except I (incomplete), IP (in progress), and grades not submitted by the instructor on the end-of-term course report.

5 Regulations for Special Curricula moved to Part II (Degree Awarding Agencies), Title XVII. (Am. 3.83)

6 The following titles of Part II have been repealed: 1) Title VII. Council for Ethnic Studies Curricula, Division Regulations 650 – 655, (repealed 4.25.05), and 2) Title XVII. Council for Special Curricula, Division Regulation 1075 (repealed 4.25.05). All subsequent titles in the Division Regulations have been renumbered.

7 See Berkeley Division Bylaw 33 regarding the membership of the Subcommittee on the American Cultures Breadth Requirement.

8 The School of Business Administration was renamed the Walter A. Haas School of Business, and these Regulations have been so changed by vote of the Division on 9.91.

9 The Division approved the repeal of Regulations 558 and 559 at the 5.3.16 Division meeting.

10 The School of Library and Information Studies was disestablished and the School of Information Management and Systems was established in 1995. The Division approved the repeal of Regulations 850, 851, and 852 for the School of Library and Information Studies and the enactment of Regulations 850 and 851 for the School of Information Management and Systems at the 4.25.05 Division meeting.

11Regulation A270 stipulates the criteria for eligibility for Honors to Date and Honors in General Scholarship at Graduation.

12 The Division approved the Faculty of the School of Public Health as a Faculty of the Berkeley Division on November 8, 2005. The Assembly of the Academic Senate disestablished the Faculty of the School of Public Health as a Faculty that reports to the Assembly on December 12, 2005.

13 Title II. Master of Bioradiology degree, Regulation 1510, was repealed at the 11.3.10 Division meeting. The subsequent titles in the Division Regulations were renumbered.