A grade of “C” in a graduate course will not be accepted toward satisfaction of degree requirements unless it is offset by a grade of “A” in another graduate course carrying at least the same number of credit hours. In addition, graduate students must maintain a grade-point-average of at least 3.0 in accordance with the provisions described below under “Academic Warning.” All grades of “C” or less will be included in the computation of the grade-point average, but no more than two “C” grades may be utilized in satisfying degree requirements. Schools and colleges may have more restrictive policies regarding marginal and failing grades. Students are advised to consult the policies of their specific programs.