Undergraduate Student Enrollment in Graduate Level Courses
To define the process by which undergraduate students may secure permission to enroll in and earn undergraduate credit for 800- or 900-level courses.
Undergraduate Student Enrollment
Well-qualified undergraduate students may be permitted to enroll in 800- or 900-level courses for undergraduate credit with the approval of the instructor, the student’s adviser, and the Graduate Division. The student must bring a Count Towards Degree form signed by the instructor, a letter of explanation and recommendation from the adviser, and current academic record to the Graduate Division for approval. If approved, the Graduate Division signs the Count Towards Degree form, which the student must present to the staff in the Student Records Center to enroll in the courses. Courses taken for undergraduate credit may not be transferred to graduate credit.
Office of Graduate Studies
07/15/2016: Policy formatting cleanup (e.g. bolding, spacing)
15 July 2016: Annual review; technical edits and link updates; Gender-inclusive policies initiative - ARG