10. Criteria for Graduate Admission To Non-Degree Status
Persons who do not have the required undergraduate GPA of 2.7, but who display the excellent potential for successful graduate study, may be admitted as non-degree students. Such persons may be permitted to enroll for nine (9) credit hours of coursework, approved by the department head, in which they must earn no less than a 3.0 GPA.
After meeting these requirements, the student may petition the Admissions Committee for a change in status. Moreover, students not seeking a degree but wishing to take particular courses may be granted permission to enroll as non-degree seeking students. Such courses may be taken on a credit or non-credit basis.