Limitations on Enrollment
Limitations on enrollment are other restrictions that prevent a student from enrolling in a course for reasons other than not satisfying the prerequisite. This is an audition or try-out requirement associated with public performance or intercollegiate competition, honors courses, or blocks of courses intended for a cohort or group of students (such as a nursing program).
Students must identify the skills and knowledge required prior to enrolling in specific courses. These courses include prerequisites, corequisites, and other limitations on enrollment to ensure a student’s preparedness for a particular courses of study.
Students who are conditionally enrolled in a course are dropped from the course if they do not successfully satisfy the prerequisite or corequisite requirement(s) needed in preparation for a course. Students can Challenge a Prerequisite if they believe they have sufficient justification to be successful in a course without meeting requisite requirements.