Course Substitution Policies
What is a Course Substitution?
A course substitution is the replacement of a professional core course (previously approved by the CMS faculty review committee) with a new course approved by a CMS academic advisor who has deemed it appropriate for that area of professional study.
Policy (undergraduate and graduate):
In the professional core (professional concentrations), CMS students are allowed up to three substitutions total (with advisor approval) before their plan-of-study must be reviewed again by the undergraduate CMS faculty review committee or the graduate faculty review committee. Any course substitution must be discussed with the students academic advisor prior to beginning the course. Failure to consult with an advisor could result in a course not counting towards degree requirements.