An undergraduate student with a total cumulative GPA of at least 3.25, who has filed with his or her graduation analyst a plan for completing the bachelor's degree within two semesters, with the approval of the college director of graduate studies, may request to enroll concurrently in undergraduate and selected graduate courses. Students may earn up to 12 hours of graduate credit while enrolled as a Combination Senior. Approval to register for graduate credit does not imply approval for admission into a graduate program at the University or that the credit earned will be accepted towards a graduate degree. After the bachelor's degree is awarded, a Combination Senior may be admitted to a graduate degree program. Courses taken for graduate credit may not be used for both the baccalaureate and graduate degrees.