Some courses are approved to be repeated for credit. Such approval is included with the course description in the Repeating a Course in the University Catalog. If a course not designated as repeatable for credit is re-taken, the following will apply:
- Students may not repeat any previously passed course more than once.
- Credit will be awarded only once for a repeated course.
- The last grade earned will be used in the computation of the cumulative and major grade point averages.
- All grades will remain on the student’s official record.
- A course cannot be repeated to change the student’s grade point average after a baccalaureate degree has been awarded.
- Students wishing to repeat a class in which they already received a P, S, or C- or better grade may not register for the class until Phase III of registration. Students, in this circumstance, who register for a repeated course prior to Phase III may be required to drop the course by the academic department or Registrar’s Office. The repeat registration for English composition prior to Phase III requires the written permission of the chair of the department.
This policy applies to undergraduate students. Please note that departments may require Graduate students to repeat a course in order to attain an acceptable level of competence. Graduate students should review the Scholarship Standards under the Graduate School section of the catalog.
For more information, please take a look at our Course Repeat Frequently Asked Questions.