The student will be entitled to sit the final examination after completing all the required hours of study, including seminar papers,
successfully passing the interim examinations, and submitting a thesis signed by the advisor to the Graduate School Secretariat.
Participants in the examination will be the advisor (or advisors) and two examiners who also checked the thesis.
In cases where there is more than one master's thesis advisor, the grades of all the advisors will be weighted as a single grade.
The examination can only be held on condition that the grade for the thesis has already been given to the Graduate School Secretariat.
The requirements for the final examination will be decided by the departments, and published by them.
The examination will be held no more than one month after submission of the thesis in its final format to the Graduate School Secretariat.
Each examiner will give his or her evaluation (grade) for the final examination to the Graduate School Secretariat on a separate form.