LIMITATIONS ON CREDIT TOWARD GRADUATION
Students in the College of Applied Health Sciences do not receive credit for MATH 002 and MATH 012.
Effective Fall 2018, no more than 8 hours of basic rhetoric may count toward degree hours (including RHET 101, 102, 103, 104, 105; ESL 111,112, 115; CMN 111, 112)
Graduate Level Credit
Some courses at the 400-level may be taken for graduate school credit. To receive graduate credit as an undergraduate student requires the permission of the Graduate College. Courses taken as graduate credits do not apply toward the undergraduate semester hours required for graduation for a Bachelor’s degree. The Graduate College rather than Applied Health Sciences gives ultimate approval for graduate credit by undergraduate students.
Music Ensemble Courses
The College of Applied Health Sciences will accept a maximum of eight (8) hours of the following Music (orchestra, band, or ensemble) courses as free electives only: Music 250–276 and Music 450.
Religious Foundation Courses
Credit hours are not accepted as hours toward graduation or free electives for these courses.
Military service credit is not accepted by the College of Applied Health Sciences. However, those students that enroll in Army, Navy or Air Force ROTC courses may apply a maximum of six (6) hours of credit toward their AHS degree (and up to nine (9) hours of credit if MILS/NS/AFAS 120 is taken for general education credit). Only those courses on the approved ROTC Course list will be accepted for credit.
MILS 301 Leadership and Problem Solving
MILS 302 Leadership and Ethics
MILS 341 Leadership and Management
MILS 342 Officership
Air Force ROTC
AFAS 331 Leading People and Effective Communication I
AFAS 332 Leading People and Effective Communication II
AFAS 341 National Security Affairs/ Preparation for Active Duty I
AFAS 342 National Security Affairs/ Preparation for Active Duty II
NS 204 Navigation/Naval Operations I
NS 303 Leadership and Management
NS 307 Navigation/Naval Operations II
NS 308 Leadership and Ethics
NS 323 Maneuver Warfare Fundamentals