4 + 1 Undergraduates Enrolling in Graduate Courses
Students who have been accepted into one of Buffalo State’s 4+1 programs, combining undergraduate and graduate study, may register for graduate-level courses during their senior year based on department requirements and guidance. A maximum of nine credit hours (divided between the first and second semester of a student’s senior year) may be taken during the senior year, and students need to maintain academic eligibility, as outlined by the admission requirements into the program, throughout the senior year. The combined enrollment of undergraduate and graduate courses should not exceed departmental guidelines.
The graduate courses taken in this manner are related to a graduate program of student and will not apply toward an undergraduate degree. The six-year limitation on the completion of the master’s degree program applied to these as well as other credits.