University of Utah students may be allowed to select certain graduate-level courses (5000 level or above) taken while enrolled as an undergraduate student at the University of Utah to apply for graduate credit toward the Robotics PhD, MS or graduate certificate. Such graduate credit is limited to 6 semester hours or 2 courses. University BS/MS students have different forms and re.

Credit used to earn the undergraduate degree may not be counted toward a graduate degree. ONLY coursework beyond 122 credits and major requirements for the undergraduate degree should be considered.

The Undergraduate Petition for Graduate Credit form is available in the Registrar’s Office, and requires approval from the Dean of The Graduate School.

If a student seeks retroactive graduate credit for courses taken as an undergraduate, permission may be granted only if a grade of B or better was earned in the specified courses and if the courses were taken no more than three years prior to the petition.

Graduate courses taken as an undergraduate (@ the U or another University) that do not receive credit may be used to waive degree or certificate requirements or prerequisites, but would not reduce the number of credits required. Likely a substitute course would be required. Waivers and transfer credit will be considered by the Director of Robotics Studies. See the Graduate Coordinator for details.