Repeated Courses

The grade and credit hours for a repeated course are entered into the computation of a student’s grade point average and counted toward graduation only once. That is, the credit hours and grade points cannot be used or counted twice. In the case of repeated courses, the highest grade awarded is used in the calcuation of the student’s grade point average and completion of requirements.

Repeated course grades on student transcripts are marked by an R in front of the final grade.

Note: Some courses, such as HPW courses and some music courses such as Westminster Chorale, are designated as repeatable courses and are so noted in the individual course descriptions. These courses will count in the hours and the GPA more than one time.