34-00 Course Scheduling
Every scheduled course in this University is open to any student except as follows:
- A course for which the student does not have the scholastic prerequisites or concurrent courses, or is otherwise limited by the description published in the Baccalaureate or Associate Degree Programs Bulletins.
- A course that essentially duplicates the content of courses already taken for credit, except as provided for in Section 47-80.
- An overcrowded course. Priority is normally given to candidates in order of semester rank, beginning with those candidates in the last semester of their program. When necessary, priority may be given to those for whom the course is a requirement for their program. Priority may be given to students in the The Schreyer Honors College.
- A course where admission of the student would violate legal or Department of Defense requirements, or an agreement made by the University relating to work, supported by Smith Hughes or other special funds.
- A 400-level course. Fifth-semester classification or higher or membership in The Schreyer Honors College is required for admission to any 400-level course. Special permission to enroll may be granted to any other student by the head of the department or chairperson of the program sponsoring the course.
- A 500-level course. Such graduate courses are open to seniors who have a 3.50 cumulative grade-point average and the consent of the instructor. Students in The Schreyer Honors College may be admitted to such courses with the consent of the instructor. Other baccalaureate degree candidates with a B average or better may be admitted to such courses with the consent of the instructor and the dean of the Graduate School.