Justice and Legal Studies Exit Exam Information
The exit exam is a graduation requirement for all of the Justice and Legal Studies academic program options that are listed below. Students must complete the required exit exam(s) for the select program major or minor in the semester that they plan to graduate. Students who fail to complete the exit exam for their degree and/or certificate will not receive a diploma until this requirement has been met; it is not optional. Students will be allowed at least 1 hour and 30 minutes to complete the required exam. All exams will be timed and graded. There is no minimum score required for graduation.
Justice Exit Exam
Note: Justice majors who elect to major or minor in Legal Studies must meet the Legal Studies Exit Exam requirement for the major or minor as well.
Legal Studies Exit Exam
Exit Exam Instructions
Frequency of Exam and Participant Eligibility: The Justice and Legal Studies exit exams will be made available to students in the same semester that they intend to graduate. Only students who apply for graduation are eligible to take the required exit exam. Examinees will be granted access to take the electronic exit exam after the following dates below:
Eligible students will be contacted at their UAA generated email address with instructions for completing the exit exam requirement for their major and/or minor if they have submitted an application for graduation, and have called to request an exam from the Justice Center. Students will be permitted to participate in the electronic exam only once per semester. Any student who is eligible for Disability Support Services at UAA may request an exam through the DSS office. All exit exams must be completed by the last day of class in a given semester to meet this graduation requirement.
Requests to take an exit exam early: Any student who may need to take the exit exam early must obtain email approval from the designated Justice or Legal Studies program coordinator.