Non-Degree Graduate Students
Science educators are welcome to enroll in courses without admissions to the graduate certificate program. These students are required to submit a non-degree seeking graduate application through the Graduate School. Up to 3 credits taken as non-degree are eligible for transfer into the Graduate Certificate program. Up to 9 credits taken as non-degree are eligible for transfer into the MS in Science Education (MSSE) program.
Note: Special tuition rates are offered to non-degree seeking students taking MSSE online courses, however, you must choose Online Only - Non-Degree as your "Admissions Type" on the first page of the application, then NTEN/National Teachers Enhancement Network (Science Education) on the second page.
Non-degree Graduate Status
Non-degree graduate students are those who have earned a bachelor’s degree and:
want to take graduate courses but are not admitted to a degree program.
have been denied regular or provisional admission;
have non-degree standing through the recommendation of the department or The Graduate School;
whose formal degree application is pending final action;
who applied too late to be admitted for the intended term.
Non-degree seeking applicants must submit the Application for Graduate Admission to The Graduate School. All applications must include a completed application, non-refundable application fee payment of $60, and an official transcript reflecting the completion of the first bachelor's degree. *see note above for additional application instructions.