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Graduate Courses for Undergraduate Students

With the approval of the student's academic advisor and the graduate program director, an undergraduate student of at least junior status with academic credentials consistent with graduate program admissions requirements may take up to twelve total credits of graduate level coursework from approved graduate courses in Huntington University's master's programs in Business Administration, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Pastoral Leadership, and Education. The graduate credits may be used to fulfill degree requirements when the student enrolls in a Huntington University master's degree program. These graduate credits will count as elective credits in the undergraduate program unless approved by petition supported by the undergraduate department to substitute for an undergraduate course requirement. (Undergraduate courses cannot be used toward meeting graduate degree requirements.) Tuition for graduate courses taken by undergraduates will be charged at the undergraduate rate. Due to financial aid restrictions, most students who enroll in an undergraduate January term course may not enroll in a graduate course that overlaps the January Term dates. Students who wish to enroll in a graduate course that overlaps with the January term dates instead of taking a January term course may petition for a January term waiver.