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Frostburg State University undergraduates may take no more than 7 credits in graduate courses for graduate credit prior to completion of the bachelor’s degree requirements. To enroll in a graduate course, you must be a senior with at least a 2.5 grade point average and must have the recommendation of your advisor.
If you are a full-time undergraduate student taking a graduate course during the academic year, you will not be required to pay tuition for the graduate course since you will pay tuition and fees as a full-time undergraduate.
Credit earned in a graduate course may be considered only as graduate credit and may not be used as undergraduate credit for the baccalaureate degree. The credit, although technically graduate credit, may not be used for a graduate degree at Frostburg State University unless it later becomes part of your graduate requirements.
Exceptions to these policies are made only for students who are admitted to a combined baccalaureate-master’s program at Frostburg State University. See the degree program listings for descriptions of current programs and selection criteria.
An exception will be granted to undergraduate students accepted into the undergraduate Generic Special Education Secondary/Adult Certificate who are required to undertake 9 credits hours (SPED 601, SPED 602, and SPED 605).