Enrollment in Graduate Courses — Law / Honors / Undergraduates

Students enrolled in the School of Law, who hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university/college and who are in good standing, may enroll in graduate courses with approval of their advisor, the instructor of the course, the graduate coordinator, and the dean of the Graduate School. An approval form may be obtained from the School of Law.

Undergraduate students in good standing who are participating in the Honors Program may register for graduate courses with approval of the instructor and department of the course and the dean of the Graduate School. An approval form may be obtained from the Honors Program Office.

Undergraduate students, having received prior approval, may enroll for up to six semester hours of credit to be included in a graduate program of study if they are within three hours of completing requirements for the undergraduate degree. They may enroll for three hours of such credit if they are within six hours of completing degree requirements. This credit is limited to courses numbered 6000-7999. A form to request prior approval may be obtained from the Graduate School.