Before enrolling in a course that counts for both undergraduate and graduate credit and to count a course toward a master’s degree, an early childhood or special education undergraduate student must:
- Be accepted into the MSEd in Early Childhood Special Education Accelerated Master’s program
- Receive prior approval from the graduate director, the department head of childhood education & family studies, and the dean of the Graduate College. This is done by using a mixed credit form.
- Gain acceptance into the program and complete all approvals prior to the end of the change of schedule period for the course(s).
A student will be fully admitted to the Graduate College upon completion of the requirements for the baccalaureate degree, provided the student meets all other requirements for admission to the graduate college.
Acceptance into the program and all approvals must be completed prior to the end of the change of schedule period for the course(s).
Sample degree plan
The following is a sample degree plan. Students should find out the course rotation before scheduling classes.