Any course numbered 500 or above is designed for graduate students
and normally carries credit toward one of the graduate degrees. Certain
advanced undergraduate courses numbered in the 300s and 400s also may
be approved for a given graduate student, either as a regular part of
his or her graduate program or to remedy a deficiency in preparation.
In such cases, the graduate student will be expected to do additional work
and perform to a higher standard. When a graduate student is
permitted to enroll in a course numbered below 500, the credit prefix
E, G, or N may appear on the registration and record forms. See Grades and Records later in this chapter for rules related to credit prefixes.
No more than 12 credits of courses numbered between 300 and 499 may be
offered in fulfilling the requirements for advanced degrees. (There are
exceptions to this policy in the M.A.T. and M.S.T. programs.) Students
registering in undergraduate courses are subject to the policies of the
undergraduate division offering the course.