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Limitations on Applicability of Credits Download to print
The following policies impose restrictions on the applicability of credit earned in certain categories of coursework toward meeting graduation requirements for arts and sciences students. Hours restricted under these policies will not be counted toward the 121 total hour or 42 upper-division hour graduation requirements.
Credit earned in internships, field placements, practica or courses with a similar experiential/applied nature is included within this 16-hour limitation. Such coursework may not be applied toward the General Requirements of the college’s degree programs. The year of clinical training required in the medical technology program, similar training in other Three-Plus-One programs, student teaching and other experiential components of the education minor, and study-abroad programs are exempted from this limitation.
Credit earned in individual study and research coursework is included within this 16-hour limitation. Individual study and research credits may not be applied to major, field of concentration or minor program requirements unless specifically and formally allowed by the department responsible for the major, field of concentration or minor.
Credit earned in workshop courses (course numbers ending in XXX93) is limited to no more than 8 hours and is included within this 16-hour limitation. Workshop credit may not be applied to major, field of concentration or minor program requirements unless specifically and formally allowed by the academic unit responsible for the program.
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