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Undergraduate Student Enrollment in Graduate Level Courses

Policy
Purpose: 

To define the process by which undergraduate students may earn undergraduate credit for 800- or 900-level courses.

Applies to: 

Undergraduate Students

Campus: 
Edwards
Lawrence
Policy Statement: 

Well-qualified undergraduate students may be permitted to count 800- or 900-level courses for undergraduate credit with the approval of the department and school. The student must obtain a Count Towards Degree form, have the form signed by a department representative and the School or College, and present the form to the Registrar's Office. Courses taken for undergraduate credit may not be transferred or otherwise counted for graduate credit.

Contact: 

Office of Graduate Studies
graduate@ku.edu
785-864-8040

Approved by: 
SVP of Academic Affairs
Approved on: 
Wednesday, June 24, 2009
Effective on: 
Wednesday, June 24, 2009
Review Cycle: 
Annual (As Needed)
Keywords: 
Undergraduate Students; Graduate Classes; Undergraduate Credit; Count Toward Degree Form
Change History: 

03/31/2022: Reviewed and updated policy.
11/13/2017: Updated Approved by section. 
07/15/2016: Policy formatting cleanup (e.g. bolding, spacing).
07/15/2016: Annual review; technical edits and link updates; Gender-inclusive policies initiative

Academic Categories: 
Enrollment

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