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Course Substitutions

Course substitutions are rarely given; however, in special circumstances, students may ask his or her academic advisor to approve a course substitution. All course substitutions should be approved prior to enrolling in the course. Approvals must be obtained from the advisor, the department chair, the appropriate academic dean, and the Vice President of Academic Programs. Any course substituted must have academic relevance to the course it will replace and to the curriculum for which the student is enrolled. The total number of hours in each category of the "Course and Hour Requirements" as listed in the Academic Bulletin and Student Handbook must also be satisfied. A completed Approval for Course Substitution form must be submitted to Student Services for placement in the student’s academic file.

No more than ten (10) percent of the total credit hours required in a degree, diploma, or certificate program may be substituted except in unusual circumstances.

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