Credit/No Credit Grading Option
You may choose to earn up to 15 credits under the credit/no-credit option. If a course is offered only for credit/no-credit, it will not be counted in the 15-credit allowance. If you have taken a course for a grade, you cannot take it again on a credit/no-credit basis.
Courses taken on a credit/no-credit basis will not count toward the academic major, minor, or any University Core Curriculum requirements, except for student teaching, internships, and courses offered only for credit/no-credit. If you have taken courses in a particular subject for credit/no-credit and then decide to major or minor in that subject, not more than two of the courses will count toward the major or minor requirements.
If you are on academic probation, you may not use the credit/no-credit option. With these exceptions, departments must allow students to take courses for credit/no-credit.