Appendix - F: Dual-Listed Courses

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Dual-listed courses permit undergraduate and graduate students to be in the same class but to receive credit under two different course numbers. Once a course is approved for dual-listing, the course must be offered to both undergraduate and graduate students in the same section. The course description is the same for undergraduate and graduate.

Departments must request permission to offer 400-level courses in conjunction with 500-level courses. The request is made to the Graduate Curriculum and Catalog Committee (GCCC) through the Course Inventory Management System. The dual-list form must be filled out in its entirety and uploaded to the course management system. If the 400- or 500-level course (or both) will be experimental courses, that will need to be noted in the system as well. In reviewing proposals for dual-listed courses, the GCCC is looking for evidence that there are differentiated expectations for students who take the 400-level course and students who take the 500-level course. They are also reviewing to ensure the content of the course is a suitable level for graduate and undergraduate students.