Repeating a Course
An undergraduate student may repeat a course once in order to replace a grade of C or below.
The original and second grade will remain on your academic record, but the second grade will be used in figuring your grade point average (GPA). A "W" will not replace a previous grade.
If it is necessary to take a course to meet program requirements, you may do so as many times as necessary. However, all grades, except the first one received in any course you repeat, will be used in computing your GPA.
Your academic record and transcript will show all grades that you receive, but a notation will appear if courses are repeated. The credits for the course will count only once toward your graduation requirements. Your college may limit course repetitions even further. You should become familiar with your college's policies. The university is not obligated to offer courses so that a student can repeat them.
A graduate student may not repeat more than one time a course for which a grade has been given. The repetition of a course does not remove the previous grades from your official academic record. The last grade in a course will be used in computing the scholastic ratio. The credit hours will count only once toward meeting minimum hourly requirements for graduation.