Students in the Graduate School-Camden may take courses offered by another graduate division of Rutgers University by consulting with and gaining the approval of their graduate program director and the associate dean of the Graduate School-Camden. The student must formally apply for a transient credit transfer prior to taking the course. The transient credit approval form may be found on the Graduate School Forms website.
All grade changes must be authorized by the dean or designee of the school offering the course.
Exceptions to published deadlines or academic policies regarding a course for the current semester must be authorized by the dean of the school offering the course.
Graduate students may enroll in advanced undergraduate courses (at the 300 or 400 level) with the approval of their graduate program director and the associate dean of the graduate school. The maximum number of undergraduate courses that graduate students can enroll in for graduate credit is two.
Courses numbered 500 or above are designed for graduate students and normally carry credit toward a graduate degree. When a student is either permitted or required to take a course numbered below 500, he or she must register with a credit prefix that will appear on the permanent record as follows: G-the undergraduate course has been approved for graduate credit; E-the undergraduate course is excluded from credit in the graduate program. In order to obtain a G prefix, students must complete the G Prefix Approval Form and have it signed by their graduate program director and the associate dean of the graduate school. Undergraduate courses taken by graduate students are charged the graduate tuition rate. Graduate students registered for undergraduate coursework are bound by the policies of the school under which the course is offered.
The graduate credit approval forms may be found on the Graduate School Forms website.
Rates for Tuition and Fees
All credits taken outside of a student's school are billed at the per-credit graduate tuition and fee rates that are set by the school in which he or she is admitted and enrolled, regardless of the levels (graduate or undergraduate) of the courses taken, the tuition rates of the schools offering the courses, or the credit prefix and/or grading stipulations of the courses.