Coterm Guide

Welcome to Coterm Advising

Coterm students are able to take courses towards their undergraduate and graduate degree concurrently. The nature of having two programs / careers (UG and GRAD) open at the same time means that you may have to consult with more than one office or department regarding academic and registration matters.

Once you are accepted into a coterminal degree program you will be assigned an adviser in your master's department for assistance in planning a program of study to meet the requirements for the master's degree. Make an appointment with a UAR advisor to discuss applying to coterm, course selection, and University requirements as they relate to your undergraduate degree,  and other considerations for finishing your undergraduate degree while working on your graduate degree.

Your financial aid eligibility hinges on whether you are an undergraduate or graduate student. To make sure you are on track for the financial aid you need as a coterm, see a Financial Aid Counselor to discuss your options before you have completed...Read More
Your financial aid eligibility hinges on whether you are an undergraduate or...
Coterms should be aware of the following related to course registration, degree...
Coterms who have not had their undergraduate degree conferred should consult with...
Map out a quarter-by-quarter schedule of the courses you need to complete your...
Undergraduates may apply to a coterminal program if they have completed six non-...
The coterminal program may not be appropriate for students considering doctoral...