The Graduate School - Policies and Procedures
Challenge provides the opportunity to earn college credits and grade point without formal course enrollment. A graduate student accepted into a degree program may challenge a graduate course through their department or program. A student may challenge a course only if the prerequisites for the course have been met.
- Master's students may challenge no more than a total of six (6) semester credit hours and apply those credits to a degree program.
- Doctoral students may challenge no more than a total of nine (9) semester credit hours, including those hours successfully challenged for a master's degree.