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Seniors and Graduate Study

A senior student may enroll in a maximum of nine (9) graduate hours during the final undergraduate year if a full course load is not required to complete requirements of the bachelor's degree. The total undergraduate and graduate enrollment should not exceed sixteen (16) hours during a semester and nine (9) hours during a summer term. Graduate work may not be used to meet undergraduate requirements, but it may be applied toward professional certification in some instances. (Exception - None of the 5000-level courses in the School of Business can be taken by students who have not received a bachelor's degree.)