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Non-Degree Admissions

Mount St. Mary’s University offers undergraduate and graduate courses for individuals interested in non-degree studies for continuing education, professional development, or personal enrichment.

Are you interested in taking classes at Mount St. Mary’s University without enrolling in a degree-seeking program? This includes:

  • Dual enrollment high school students
  • High School students looking for college credits
  • Visiting or auditing students in undergraduate or graduate coursework for the fall, spring or summer semesters
  • Professional/career development students looking to improve communication, writing or business skills
  • Professionals looking for continuing education credits
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Undergraduate Courses

Non-degree seeking students interested in taking undergraduate courses must complete the non-degree seeking undergraduate application prior to being able to register for courses. If a non-degree seeking student wishes to transition to degree-seeking status, they can do so prior to the start of a new semester by following the application procedures described in the admissions requirements for the desired program. It is important to note that up to 24 credits taken as a non-degree seeking undergraduate student can be applied towards degree requirements for an undergraduate degree.

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Graduate Courses

Non-degree seeking students interested in taking graduate courses must complete the non-degree seeking graduate application prior to registering for courses, as well as submit an official undergraduate transcript showing a conferred bachelor’s degree. Non-degree seeking students may change their status to degree seeking prior to the start of a new semester by following the application procedures described in the admissions requirements for the desired program. Up to 6 graduate credits taken as a non-degree seeking student may apply towards degree requirements for a masters or certificate program (up to 9 credits for M.Ed. or MAT).