Course Enrollment Restrictions
- Freshmen who have fewer than 24 semester hours may not take a course
on the 2000-level except when the actual prerequisites for the courses
have been fulfilled. Sophomores may take 3000-level courses and juniors
may take 4000-level courses when the prerequisites for the courses have
- Students are limited to a maximum of three enrollments in a specific
3000- or 4000-level course. An enrollment shall be defined as having
occurred in any case in which a grade is awarded (including U, S, W,
I,F, or any passing grade). This rule will not apply to courses that may
be repeated for credit when topics vary.
- Courses numbered 6000 or higher are normally limited to graduate
students. Seniors and postbaccalaureate students may request permission
from their department or college to enroll in these classes.