Common Credit Limitations
The following credit limitations are applicable to all undergraduate students, regardless of degree program. Please check with advisor for more information.
Chemistry
 A student can earn a maximum of 10 hours of credit towards graduation from the following courses: CHEM 1000 Introductory Chemistry, CHEM 1100 Atoms and Molecules with Lab CHEM 1320 College Chemistry I, CHEM 1330 College Chemistry II. CHEM 1310 (General Chemistry I) is also included in this maximum if you took the course prior to Fall 2013.
Economics
 Students may not receive credit towards graduation for more than one of the following courses: ECONOM 1014 Principles of Microeconomics, ECONOM 1024 Fundamentals of Microeconomics, ECONOM 1051, or AG_EC 1041 Applied Microeconomics.
 Students may not receive credit towards graduation for more than one of the following courses: ECONOM 1015 Principles of Macroeconomics, ECONOM 1051H, or ECONOM 1000 General Economics, or AG_EC 1042 Applied Macroeconomics.
History
 Students may not earn credit towards graduation for both HIST 1100 Survey of American History to 1865 and HIST 1400 American History.
 Students may not earn credit towards graduation for both HIST 1200 Survey of American History Since 1865 and HIST 1400 American History.
Mathematics
 Students can only have a total of 5 hours of credit towards graduation from the following courses: MATH 1320 Elements of Calculus, MATH 1400 Calculus for Social and Life Sciences I, MATH 1500 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I.
 Students can only have a total of 5 hours of credit towards graduation from the following courses: MATH 1100 College Algebra, MATH 1120, MATH 1140 Trigonometry, MATH 1160 Precalculus Mathematics.
 No hours for MATH 1050 Quantitative Reasoning will count for credit if a student has already earned credit for MATH 1300 Finite Mathematics, MATH 1400 Calculus for Social and Life Sciences I, or MATH 1500 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I.
Physics
 Students may not earn credit towards graduation for both PHYSCS 1210 College Physics I and PHYSCS 2750 University Physics I.
 Students may not earn credit towards graduation for both PHYSCS 1220 College Physics II and PHYSCS 2760 University Physics II.
Psychology
 Students may not receive credit towards graduation for more than one of the following courses: PSYCH 2410 Developmental Psychology, H_D_FS 3420 Early and Middle Childhood, or ESC_PS 2500 Child Development.
Statistics
 Students may not receive credit towards graduation for more than one of the following courses: STAT 1200 Introductory Statistical Reasoning, STAT 1300 Elementary Statistics, or STAT 1400 Elementary Statistics for Life Sciences.
 Students may not receive credit towards graduation for more than one of the following courses: STAT 2500 Introduction to Probability and Statistics I or STAT 2530 Statistical Methods in Natural Resources.
 Students may only receive a maximum of 4 hours of credit towards graduation from the following courses: STAT 1200 Introductory Statistical Reasoning, STAT 1300 Elementary Statistics, STAT 1400 Elementary Statistics for Life Sciences, STAT 2200 Introductory Statistical Methods, STAT 2500 Introduction to Probability and Statistics I, or STAT 2530 Statistical Methods in Natural Resources.

A student may not receive credit toward an undergraduate degree for any statistics course numbered 2999 or below if a statistics course numbered 4000 or above was successfully completed prior to or concurrent with the course in question. Exceptions may be approved at the discretion of the department.