Undergraduate Students Taking Graduate Courses
To define the circumstances under which undergraduate students may take 500- or 800-level graduate courses.
To ensure that undergraduate students taking graduate courses have a high likelihood of success.
All undergraduate students taking 500- or 800-level graduate courses.
- An undergraduate student who takes graduate courses is not classified as a graduate student because a baccalaureate degree has not been attained.
- An undergraduate senior with a 3.50 grade-point average may be admitted to 500- or 800-level courses with the consent of the instructor.
- An undergraduate senior with a 3.0 grade-point average or better may be admitted to 500- or 800-level courses with the consent of the instructor, the student’s academic adviser, and the director of Graduate Enrollment Services.
Requests for an undergraduate to take 500- or 800-level graduate courses must be submitted to the Director of Graduate Student Services for consideration.
Last update: 1/8/18
Adapted from the Graduate Bulletin: June 2018