Information on Undergraduate Enrollment in Graduate Courses
By Pat Ryan, director of student and academic services, School for Graduate Studies
April 9, 2014
An undergraduate is welcome to enroll in a graduate course if he or she is within 32 credits of completing a bachelor’s degree and has a concurred degree program.
If the undergraduate is accepted within two years to one of Empire State College’s master’s degree programs to which the course(s) will apply, the course(s) can then be used in that master’s degree program. The maximum number of graduate courses an undergraduate can take is three, for a total of 9 credits.
In addition to being intellectually challenging, this is a great way to save time and money.
For more information, go to http://www.esc.edu/registrar/forms-services/undergrad-enrollment-grad-courses/.
Faculty and staff are encouraged to discuss this opportunity with eligible students.
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