As a doctoral student, how do I add a Master’s in Passing (MIP) program to my record, and how do I submit my Plan of Study (IPOS) once the MIP is added?
How to Submit a Master's or Doctoral Plan of Study (iPOS)
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Can I add course(s) from my Bachelor’s degree to my Master's plan of study?
maximum of 12 graduate-level credits earned before admission can be used towards meeting your graduate program requirements.
Credits used towards a previously awarded degree cannot be used on your plan of study.
All pre-admission coursework must have been taken within the last three years.
You must have earned at least a “B” or better in the course.
For more information, please refer to page 13 of the
Graduate Policies and Procedures Manual
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