A senior undergraduate student may be granted Concurrent Enrollment to enroll in up to six (6) credit hours of graduate courses while completing their undergraduate degree in eligible programs under the following conditions:
- a) the student has an overall undergraduate GPA of 3.0;
- b) the student must need no more than twelve (12) credit hours of undergraduate work to complete their baccalaureate degree; and
- c) the total number of courses per semester may not exceed 18 credit hours, including both undergraduate and graduate coursework.
Students must complete and submit a Concurrent Enrollment Application form. Graduate coursework may not be used to complete undergraduate degree requirements. This does not apply to students enrolled in five year or 3+2 degree programs. Exceptions to these requirements can be made by the Program Director and/or Dean.