The college dean presides at convocation, and the ceremony lasts approximately 1-2 hours. Students who graduate within the 2019-20 academic year are invited to attend the April 2020 graduation ceremonies.
Most college convocations do not require tickets for attendees.
It is expected that graduates participating in any of the graduation ceremonies will comply with the BYU Honor Code which includes the Dress and Grooming standards.
Thursday, April 23 – Friday, April 24, 2020
|Engineering & Technology||Civil and Environmental Engineering, Mechanical Engineering|
|Engineering & Technology||Construction and Facilities Management, Industrial Design|
|Engineering & Technology||Manufacturing Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering Technology|
|Engineering & Technology||Chemical Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering|
|Engineering & Technology||Cybersecurity, Information Technology, Technology and Engineering Studies|
|Family, Home and Social Sciences||fhssgraduates.byu.edu|
|Fine Arts and Communications||Art, Dance, Design, Communications, Music, Theatre and Media Arts,||https://cfac.byu.edu/convocation-2020/|
|Kennedy Center International Area Studies|
|Law||Thursday, April 23||5:00 pm||https://law.byu.edu/2020-virtual-celebration/|
|Business||Entrepreneurship, Finance, Global Supply Chain, Human Resources, Marketing, Strategy, ExDM, TRM, General Business, BGS MBA, MPA, MAcc, Accounting, MISM, Information Systems||https://marriottschool.byu.edu/graduation/|
|Physical and Mathematical Sciences||Chemistry and Biochemistry, Computer Science, Geological Sciences, Mathematics, Mathematics Education, Physics and Astronomy, Statistics||https://www.cpms.byu.edu/graduation/|
|Religious Studies||Religious Education||Friday, April 24||9:00 am||To request an invitation to watch the ceremony via zoom, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org|