The catalog provides information about the graduate programs, rules, courses, and faculty of Purdue University Fort Wayne. Information about undergraduate programs appears in a separate publication, the Purdue University Fort Wayne Undergraduate Catalog.
Information in the catalog will help students make important choices about their education, and it will familiarize them with the many important services Purdue Fort Wayne provides. Since the catalog is a primary resource for making decisions about a Purdue Fort Wayne education, it is important for students to refer to it throughout their tenure at the university.
Changes occur as needs arise. Changes in rules and procedures generally become effective at the time they are published. Also, new or changed academic program requirements may provide you with additional options. Because of this, you should review statements on Purdue Fort Wayne services, policies, programs, and courses in each new edition of the catalog published while you are a student. When you enter a degree or certificate program, you will be required to fulfill the requirements published in the catalog (or its supplement or departmental regulation) current at the time of your most recent entry or re-entry into that program at Purdue Fort Wayne. Only with the written acknowledgment of your academic advisor can you elect to fulfill the requirements in any subsequent catalog or supplement. Your academic advisor can assist you with this choice and ensure that such changes are officially recorded.
Note: The information in this catalog is subject to change without notice. Actions by accrediting agencies, federal and state governments, and the boards of trustees, administration, and faculty of the universities may produce such changes.