Undergraduate Enrollment in Graduate Courses
A senior undergraduate student may register for a graduate course at the 5000 level for undergraduate and/or graduate credit with approval from the major advisor and the head of the program/department offering the course. It is highly recommended the student has a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.800 on all University coursework to enroll in the course. The senior must be in satisfactory academic standing and is proceeding toward graduation as directly as possible. A student may earn no more than 9 semester credit hours of coursework at the 5000 level toward their undergraduate degree. Students that have officially matriculated into a graduate program under special agreements, such as a 3+3, 4+1, or 3+2 program leading to a professional degree, are not subject to this limitation.