(The following was adapted from the Academic Bulletin)
Credit Limitations for Upper-Division Students
|Year of Study||Academic Year
|Second-Year Day||32 credits||17 credits|
|Third-Year Day||34 credits||17 credits|
|Second-Year Evening||22 credits||12 credits|
|Third-Year Evening||22 credits||12 credits|
|Fourth-Year Evening||24 credits||12 credits|
|Second-Year Part-Time Day||22 credits||12 credits|
|Third-Year Part-Time Day||22 credits||12 credits|
|Fourth-Year Part-Time Day||24 credits||12 credits|
The credit limitations described above include any courses involving joint degree programs whether taken in or outside of the School of Law.
Credit Limitation–Non-Classroom Courses
Although a student may register for an unlimited number of Summer Session courses, no student may use more than a total of six (6) Summer Session credit hours to fulfill his/her graduation credit requirement. This credit limitation is applicable to any Summer Session offering in which credits may be earned. Summer Session offerings are subject to the auditing policy described in this Bulletin. In addition, any student receiving permission to audit a Summer Session course is subject to the normal tuition, fee charges and attendance requirements. Summer School credits are not permitted to accelerate a student's graduation date [three (3) academic years for a full-time student and four (4) academic years for a Part-Time Day or Evening student], reduce annual tuition,
or reduce semester residency requirements.
Credit Limitation for Non-Classroom Courses and Activities
Although a student may register for an unlimited number of non-classroom courses and activities, i.e., Law Review and other journals, Moot Court Competitions, Independent Research, Joint Degree courses, and Clinical Programs, no student may utilize more than a total of eighteen (18) such credits to fulfill the graduation credit requirement.
Clinical Course Limitations
Students may not register for more than one clinical program (clinic, simulation course, or externship) per semester.
Students who are on probationary status due to a failure to achieve a grade point average of 2.00 after their first year of study may not register for any clinical program (Law Clinic, Specialized Externship Program, or General Externship) in their second year.