2021-2022 Course Catalog
Graduate Courses for Undergraduate Credit
Qualified, matriculated, undergraduate students with senior class standing not enrolled in an Integrated Degree Program may receive permission to take up to six credits of 500-level graduate courses relevant to their program of study. Students must receive permission from their undergraduate academic advisor, from the appropriate graduate program director, and from the appropriate academic dean. The student is expected to perform graduate-level work. These graduate credits count toward the undergraduate degree and may not be applied to a graduate degree or program.
Students enrolled in an Integrated Degree Program are permitted to take a maximum of 12 graduate level credits which may be counted towards both the undergraduate and graduate degrees simultaneously. A student will have to complete a Course Substitution Form to have these credits to count for a major requirement.