Students may earn up to six of the 12 experiential credits through experiential coursework. This category can include graduate or professional work if your department will allow you to register for it.

Graduate or professional work must be registered with a graduate-level course code as defined by the course’s home college (typically course codes 5000 and above, or 6000 and above in the College of Engineering). A course is not necessarily graduate-level just because graduate students are enrolled in it. If you are completing an undergraduate course that is cross-listed or co-existing with a graduate level course, you must submit this form as well as information showing that you are expected to complete the graduate-level work. This may include sending a copy of the syllabus to, or having the professor email the honors program to confirm that the work expected of you is equivalent to the graduate-level work.

Please complete one form per course per semester. Upon submission, forms will be reviewed within the honors program. You should receive follow-up communication within two weeks of submission.

Example: Fall 2018