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Qualified undergraduate students may earn to 12 hours of graduate credit.


With required approvals, eligible MU seniors may enroll for up to 12 credit hours of graduate credit while completing the first undergraduate degree. To qualify, seniors must:
  1. Have a 3.0 GPA or better in the most recent 45 semester hours of credit.
  2. Be within 30 hours of completing graduation requirements for the first bachelor’s degree.

Note: Graduate degree programs may establish their own policies with regard to enrollment in and the applicability of senior dual enrollment credits.

Senior Dual Enrollment courses are considered non-degree graduate courses and will be figured into a graduate grade point average. In the rare circumstance that a student completes enough credits for a graduate certificate while dually enrolled, they must first complete their undergraduate degree and then be accepted into a graduate certificate program to earn the certificate.

Please contact the MU Office of Student Financial Aid to determine financial aid eligibility. Please be aware that reducing the number of undergraduate courses taken may negatively affect some forms of Financial Aid.

Dual enrollment forms must be completed and approved by the Graduate School prior to registering for the graduate level courses.