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11.15.10 Course Audit

Approved by Academic Council on April 26, 2001

Auditing of courses is an option that allows exposure to a course with no course credit or grade given. To audit a course, approval must be granted by both the instructor and the chair of the department in which the course is offered. Auditing is not available in participation courses such as applied music, physical education, art courses of an applied nature, etc. Students auditing a course must pay both an auditing fee and any material or laboratory fees that are required. Courses taken through auditing may not subsequently be converted to course credit or grade. The student must indicate a desire to audit the course at the time of registration.