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Graduate students receive credit towards graduation for 400- and 500-level courses (some exceptions apply). Students need to check with academic advisors in the program of study for advise on actual courses.
100-300 level courses are usually open for registration to graduate students, and credit appears on the transcript for any such courses that may be taken by the student; however, these courses do not count towards graduation credit nor are they calculated into the graduate degree grade point average used by the Graduate College for academic standing/probation and graduation. The grade point average that is included on the transcript, is calculated by the student level (eg. undegraduate, nondegree, or gradaute) includes all courses (100- through 500-level) taken by the student while under a particular level, but is not used by the Graduate College. It may be advisable for graduate students to take 100- through 300-level on a Credit/No-Credit option, if this is a concern.
600-level courses are only open to medical profession students (eg. MD or DMD) and do not recieve graduate credit.
See Graduate College Courses ("GC" course rubric) for a list of courses offered by the Graduate College that are available to students across disciplines.
The UIC Schedule of Classes is a listing of courses offered in a specific term, and is updated with course changes until registration closes for that term. The Schedule of Classes is dynamic, with search features, although a final static copy will be preserved for reference after registration closes for each term.