The Non-Degree Study Program of the University of Connecticut enables qualified individuals to register in regular credit courses for academic credit without being admitted to an undergraduate or graduate degree program. Non-degree students often are individuals taking credit courses prior to applying for admission to one of the University’s schools or colleges. They may also be students from other universities or colleges taking credit courses at the University of Connecticut for transfer back to their own institutions, or they may be individuals taking credit courses for personal or professional reasons.
To enroll in any undergraduate-level credit courses, non-degree students ordinarily must either have graduated from a state-approved secondary school or have a high school equivalency diploma. A bachelor’s degree is usually required for enrollment in graduate level courses as a non-degree student.
For further information, contact a member of the Stamford Non-Degree studies office below:
Lisa Siebert | Academic Advisor