Repeating A Course

An undergraduate student who received a grade of 2.0 or above, CR, or P in a course may not repeat the course on a credit basis.  An undergraduate student may repeat no more than 20 credits.

When a course is repeated, the last grade and credits earned completely replace the previous grade in the satisfaction of requirements and computation of grade-point averages.  All entries remain a part of the student's permanent academic record.

Any course repeated for credit must be taken on the same grading system under which the course was taken the first time, except where standard requirements to the contrary must be satisfied in order to meet graduation requirements.

Credit by Examination may not be used to repeat a course in which a grade below 2.0 was received.

A student who has taken a course as a visitor may subsequently enroll in the course for credit with the approval of his or her adviser.