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  Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy 2020-2022 Academic Policies and Procedures Registration and Course Information Undergraduate Enrollment in Graduate Courses  

Undergraduate Enrollment in Graduate Courses

Undergraduate seniors may take up to 6 credits (two courses, 3 credits each) of graduate coursework at the Bloustein School should they meet one of the following criteria: be a student in good standing with at least 90 credits and a cumulative grade-point average of at least 3.2; or are completing a college honors program and have special dispensation from the academic dean of their undergraduate college.

All undergraduate students seeking to register for a graduate course must have the approval of their college academic dean and the chair or director of their major department or program. In addition, both the director of the graduate program in question, as well as the dean's office of the Bloustein School, must approve undergraduate registration in the school's graduate-level classes. Paperwork for such registration must be filled out in advance, and is available from the dean's office or the undergraduate programs office. It should be noted that graduate classes counted for credit toward an undergraduate degree cannot also be used toward a future graduate degree.

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