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Concurrent Enrollment in Other Programs

 

The University cannot effectively limit or prevent the concurrent enrollment of its graduate students at other graduate-level institutions. Graduate credit granted by other institutions under such circumstances may not be applied to University graduate program requirements unless prior approval for enrollment is received from the academic advisor. Credits received for the completion of graduate work not previously approved by the academic advisor will not be considered for acceptance. Graduate work completed at other institutions during periods of academic suspension will not be considered for acceptance.


 

If credits awarded during concurrent enrollment are to be employed by the student to satisfy prerequisites for University graduate programs, prior approval to ensure satisfaction of prerequisites requirements must be obtained from the academic advisor.

 

 

 

Work completed during periods of academic suspension may be used by the student to satisfy prerequisites for graduate programs if prior approval is obtained from the graduate program dean.

 

Graduate Catalog 17-18