No more than 1/3 of the courses in a masters level degree program can be graduate courses that are cross listed with undergraduate courses. Cross-listed studio courses do not count towards this limit. The Provost in consultation with Graduate Council may allow exceptions to this rule provided there is sufficient justification.
If a graduate and undergraduate course is to be cross-listed, the undergraduate course must be at the 500 level and the graduate course must be at the 600 level. Additional advanced level learning outcomes and educational experiences designed expressly for graduate students (content, instruction, and workload) are required in any graduate level course that is cross-listed with an undergraduate course. Graduate programs are expected to monitor the additional learning outcomes and educational experiences of cross-listed courses.
See RIT Policy D03.0 (Registration) Section C for additional details.