When a course is repeated and completed, the initial grade remains on the record but does not count in the GPA or for credit. The most recent grade earned in a course will be entered on the record and used in computing the term and cumulative GPA and class rank. If a grade other than a W grade is recorded in the repeated course, all attempts will appear on the record and the most recent earned grade will be used in computing the cumulative GPA.
The English, mathematics, engineering technologies, and physics departments all have courses that have been created for students pursuing the Engineering Technology Foundations Track. If a student who has taken a course designed for Engineering Foundations repeats the equivalent course(s) in the two-year format, or vice-versa, the more recent grades and credit will be substituted in computing the GPA.