Undergraduate Enrollment in Graduate Courses
While graduate-level courses are intended primarily for students admitted to a graduate program, outstanding undergraduate students may take graduate-level courses upon approval of the department chair of the student’s major and the chair of the department offering the course. If applied toward a master’s degree, the credits are subject to the same rules as transfer work.
Grades earned in graduate-level courses prior to achieving graduate standing are not computed in the graduate GPA.
Graduate-level courses cannot be applied toward both the baccalaureate and graduate degree.
Fifteen semester hours is considered the maximum course load for an undergraduate student taking a graduate course.
Students enrolled in graduate-level courses will pay graduate-level tuition and fees associated with those courses.