Earning Graduate Credit as an Undergraduate Student

With the approval of the dean of the appropriate school, undergraduate students may take up to nine credit hours at the graduate level during their senior year at no additional charge. These hours will count toward a graduate degree if one is ultimately pursued but not toward the student’s undergraduate degree. Under this option, the student must be enrolled in at least 12 credit hours at the undergraduate level for each semester that the student is taking graduate credit and have a minimum 3.0 GPA. A maximum of six graduate credits may be earned per semester.

Note: Some schools may have additional requirements for admission to their Early Access programs. Please review the school-specific section of the catalog for more information.