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    Web site at: http://www.utep.edu/graduate

    1.- General Information
    2.- Incomplete Admission File

    3.- Post Baccalaureate Programs
    4.- Post Baccalaureate Admission
    5.- Post-Master's Nursing
    6.- MBA PLUS Program
    7.- Reserving Courses for Graduate Credit
    8.- Re-admission into Graduate School
    7.- Reserving Courses for Graduate Credit

    UUndergraduates are usually not eligible to take graduate courses. It is possible for seniors to register for graduate courses in their last semester under the following conditions:

    1. The undergraduate must not lack more than 12 semester hours (or six semester hours in summer session) of work to complete all requirements for the baccalaureate degree and must have a grade point average of at least 3.0 in junior and senior-level courses.
    2. These 12 hours (or less) must all be completed in the same semester or summer session in which the graduate courses are taken.
    3. Total enrollment for all work must not exceed 15 semester hours (or nine hours in a summer session).
    4. All enrollment in graduate courses must be approved prior to registration by the departmental graduate advisor, the undergraduate dean, and the Director of Graduate Student Services.
    5. This option is limited to one term.

    Credit for graduate courses cannot be counted toward a baccalaureate degree; it can be reserved for credit toward a graduate degree. A student who has a baccalaureate degree is not eligible to reserve courses for graduate credit unless enrolled at the undergraduate level working toward a second baccalaureate degree. The form for reserving courses is available in the Office of Graduate Student Services. Approval to reserve work for graduate credit neither constitutes nor implies admission to any graduate program.


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