Non-Degree Seeking Student Admissions
Non-degree seeking students are students who are enrolled at the college but have not applied for, or been accepted into, a degree program; they plan to take courses for “interest only.”
If you are a non-degree seeking student:
- You are subject to the academic regulations of the college.
- Credit earned while in non-degree seeking student status is not considered toward a degree unless you apply for admission to, and are accepted by, the college as a degree-seeking student.
- You are not eligible for scholarships or federal assistance and student visas cannot be issued for non-degree seeking courses/certificates.
Non-degree seeking graduate students can pursue certificates in the following from the MBA program:
- Business Strategy
- Marketing Management
- Professional Accounting
- Technology Commercialization
Non-degree seeking graduate students can pursue certificates in the following from the Master of Education program:
- Trauma-Responsive Education
- Teaching in Adult and Higher Education
- Teaching English to Multilingual Learners
Non-degree seeking graduate students can pursue certificates in the following from the Master of Arts in Community and Organizational Leadership program:
- Trauma-Responsive Leadership
- Organizational Leadership
Non-degree seeking graduate students can take courses from the following programs:
- Master of Accountancy
- Master of Arts in Teaching
- Master of Education
- Master of Public Health