Undergraduate students are eligible to take graduate courses for graduate credit (with permission from the academic department) if they meet the following criteria: junior or senior standing; acceptance into a major program; and a minimum GPA of 3.000. When an undergraduate student elects to take a graduate course for graduate credit, these credits will apply to a graduate career. Please see the Office of the Registrar website for the proper form.
Undergraduate students may take no more than 9 credit hours of graduate coursework during their undergraduate career. These courses may not be applied to the minimum of 120 credit hours required for the bachelor’s degree; however, they may later be applied toward a post-baccalaureate degree program at UB. This 9-credit-hour limit does not apply to students currently enrolled in an SED-registered combined degree program.