Non-degree study allows individuals who have not been formally accepted into a degree-seeking program at UConn to take graduate-level credit courses with the Department of Public Policy (DPP).
A maximum of 6 credits, with an earned grade of a B- or better, can be transferred into a degree program. In order for the course to count as a transfer credit, it must have been taken within six years.
All non-degree courses in the department cost $825 per credit, or $2,475 for a 3-credit course.
If you have a Bachelor’s degree or higher and wish to register for a course as a non-degree with the Department of Public Policy, please follow the steps below:
- Apply for non-degree study.
- Program Affiliation: Approved to take an online graduate certificate program course (even if it is an in-person course)
- Program: Nonprofit Management (if taking a nonprofit course); Leadership and Public Management (if taking LPM certificate courses); Survey Research (if taking a survey research course)
- Campus: Hartford (even if it is an online course)
- Determine what course you are interested in taking as a non-degree student by reviewing our Course Schedules (some restrictions may apply). If you need assistance, please contact Catherine Guarino, Administrative Program Director, at (959) 200-3753 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Submit the Permission Number Request Form.
Typically classes start at the following time frames:
- Fall courses begin the last Monday in August.
- Spring courses begin the Tuesday after Monday’s Martin Luther King Holiday.
- Summer sessions begin early May and end late August.