Frequently Asked Questions - Undergraduate Students

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No, not if the TCOM course you took as an undergraduate was included in your undergraduate degree plan of study. However, you will NOT be expected to repeat courses you have already taken. For example, if you took a core MS in Telecommunications course as an undergraduate (e.g. TCOM 500) you will be permitted to take an elective course in its place so that your final credit count is 30. Similarly, if you took a course from a Specialty Module as an elective while an undergraduate, you will be permitted to take an elective in its place. The selection of an elective course must be approved by the Program Director.

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If your GPA is above 3.0, you may take up to two TCOM courses as an elective for your undergraduate degree. However, the TCOM courses may be reserved just for TCOM students; please check with the Program Director first. Undergraduate students are reminded that they must get their undergraduate program advisor's approval in order to use TCOM courses as electives in their BS program.