Only non-degree and fully admitted graduate students may enroll in and receive graduate
credit for courses numbered according to the following system:
6000-6999—Courses equivalent to 4000 level senior courses for which a limited amount of graduate
credit may be earned. Students will be expected to do more work, such as an additional
paper or additional higher level readings, to receive graduate credit.
- Students may not receive credit for a 6000 level course if they have credit at the
- 6000 level courses must be taught by members of the Graduate Faculty.
- No more than 15 post-baccalaureate hours of 6000 level courses may be applied to a
7000-7999—Courses open primarily to master's students and taught by members of the Graduate
8000-8999—Courses open primarily to post-master's students and taught by members of the Graduate
9000—Dissertation, directed by a full member of the Graduate Faculty