Undergraduate Enrollment in Graduate Courses
By Pat Ryan, director of student and academic services, School for Graduate Studies
January 14, 2014
With the passage of the Undergraduate Enrollment in Graduate Courses Policy, undergraduate students with a concurred degree program, and within 32 credits of completing a bachelor’s degree, now have the opportunity to enroll in graduate courses. A student may enroll in up to three graduate courses (9 credits) that will be used in the undergraduate degree program. If the student is admitted within two years to a graduate program to which these courses will apply, these same courses can also be used in the graduate program.
Undergraduate students who may be interested in enrolling in a graduate course for the spring 2014 term can contact Pat Ryan at ext. 2267 or Pat.Ryan@esc.edu.
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