Some courses are noted as being dual-listed. Each dual-listed course has a concurrent undergraduate equivalent, and students in the two courses meet in one classroom. Graduate students who are enrolled in a dual-listed course are expected to complete extra assignments above and beyond those that are assigned to the undergraduates in the class. The syllabus for a dual-listed course will clearly state the learning outcomes for both constituencies, as well as identifying any differences in the assessments. Undergraduate participation in these courses is restricted to seniors. Juniors may petition the department for permission to enroll in these courses.
No more than 12 semester hours of dual-listed courses may be included in a student's program of study for a 36 semester hour or longer program. Dual-listed courses are noted in the course descriptions as follows: "[Dual-listed with XXX 4xxx.]"