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Apologize if this has been discussed already, but I had a question about DIY post-bacc course classification. If someone is formally enrolled at a graduate program, and takes undergraduate courses there that do not count toward graduation of said graduate degree, would these courses technically be counted in the post-bacc or the graduate GPA? I still have about 8 credits worth of prereqs that I was planning to take at my new graduate school that likely wouldn't count towards my graduate degree. and was just wondering how this would be classified. Thanks!
 

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Apologize if this has been discussed already, but I had a question about DIY post-bacc course classification. If someone is formally enrolled at a graduate program, and takes undergraduate courses there that do not count toward graduation of said graduate degree, would these courses technically be counted in the post-bacc or the graduate GPA? I still have about 8 credits worth of prereqs that I was planning to take at my new graduate school that likely wouldn't count towards my graduate degree. and was just wondering how this would be classified. Thanks!
Assign Postbaccalaureate (PB) status to any undergraduate-level coursework you enrolled in:
° After receipt of your initial BA/BS degree
° While enrolled in a graduate program, if coursework is not applied to a graduate degree
page 28 applicant guide
 
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