Graduate School courses are selectively open to students currently enrolled in graduate or undergraduate programs at regionally accredited institutions on a pre-approved basis. Student Success Advisors in the Graduate School (GS) at Bethel University should be consulted before undertaking enrollment in undergraduate programs and graduate courses simultaneously or two graduate programs simultaneously.

Qualified undergraduate seniors currently enrolled in programs in the College of Adult & Professional Studies (CAPS) at Bethel University may take GS courses when individually approved by the GS Program Director offering the course(s) or where specific pre-approved agreements exist between CAPS and GS programs. 

Qualified students currently enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences (CAS) at Bethel University may enroll in GS courses when individually approved by the GS Program Director leading the program offering the course(s) or where specific pre-approved agreements exist between programs in CAS and programs in GS.  CAS department chairs determine how GS courses will apply to CAS degree requirements.

Qualified graduate students who are currently enrolled at Bethel University Seminary may take GS courses when individually approved by the GS Program Director leading the program offering the course(s) or where specific pre-approved agreements exist between the two institutions. Seminary student success advisors determine how Seminary courses will apply to Seminary degree requirements in consultation with faculty.

Qualified graduate students who are currently enrolled at other regionally accredited institutions in graduate programs may take GS courses when individually approved by the GS Program Director leading the program offering the course(s) or where specific pre-approved agreements exist between the two institutions.