2.3.3 Courses that May be Repeated for Credit

Some courses may be repeated one or more times for credit. Such courses are usually advanced courses and vary in content from instructor to instructor and from term to term. If the content of a course is not constant from term to term and one instructor to another, the department may decide that a student should be able to repeat the course for credit one or more times. In considering a course for which the department includes the provision “may be repeated for credit,” the Committee expects the department to provide information concerning the probable instructors, and the advising or enrollment procedures that will be employed to inform prospective students of the specific format and emphasis in the term, and the measure to be employed so that a student does not receive duplicate credit for the same course content.