Graduate Bulletin

Spring 2022

Course and Credit Enrollment

The majority of credits taken during any semester must apply toward a student’s primary degree program. Failure to comply with the guidelines below will result in the tuition scholarship being rescinded for the semester, and the student will be responsible to pay the tuition for that semester.

• All students must have prior permission from their department/program to take any courses outside of their primary degree plan.

• Tuition scholarships only apply to courses that fulfill degree requirements in the program providing the scholarship. A student with a full-time nine-credit tuition scholarship from a primary program may take a course in a secondary program. However, if a student with a nine-credit tuition scholarship from their primary program wishes to take a course in a secondary program, it must be in addition to the nine credits applying toward the primary program during the same semester.