A student at the Medical College of Georgia forfeits credit toward graduation for a course if the student has already received credit for that course, that is, if the student is repeating the course. The final grade in that course, for graduation purposes, will be the grade in the repeated course; however, all hours attempted and grades earned will appear on the transcript and be used in computing the grade point average.
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The normal course load at the Medical College of Georgia varies with the degree program. Students may be required to register for a course load less than the normal load if this action is determined to be advisable in light of the student’s academic standing or for other reasons.
The Medical College of Georgia offers courses numbered from 1000 to 4999 to students at the undergraduate level. Courses in the Schools of Medicine and Dentistry are numbered from 5000 to 5990. Graduate courses are numbered from 6000 to 9999.
Rules must be in place to govern the addition and drop of courses to/from a student’s course schedule to maintain equity across all schools and colleges at the Medical College of Georgia.