GRADUATE DIVISION COURSES

Graduate courses are numbered from 800 to 999. A senior student pursuing graduate coursework while completing an undergraduate degree is considered an undergraduate student. A student requiring fifteen hours or fewer (excluding student teaching, practicum, or internship) for the Bachelorís Degree may be allowed to enroll in graduate classes. Qualified students must have a G.P.A. of 3.00 or higher, will not be permitted to register for more than six semester hours of graduate courses, and the maximum load of undergraduate-graduate hours may be no more than eighteen hours. Enrollment must be approved by the Dean of Graduate Studies and Research, the instructor or department chair, and the studentís advisor. Graduate courses taken to complete requirements for the Bachelorís Degree may not be used subsequently to satisfy requirements for a graduate degree. However, graduate courses not applied to the baccalaureate degree may be applied toward a graduate degree.

Students must also meet all prerequisites of the graduate course and obtain the permission of the instructor to enroll. Graduate courses taken to complete requirements for the bachelor's degree may not be used subsequently to satisfy requirements for a graduate degree. However, graduate courses not applied on the baccalaureate degree may be applied toward a graduate degree. No more than 9 hours of graduate coursework may be completed prior to completion of the undergraduate degree.

8 May 2015

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