Non-Degree Seeking Students

Non-Degree Seeking Students
CCU allows for a limited number of courses to be taken before an individually formally applies to the University. Before any classes completed at CCU may be applied toward a CCU degree program, the individual must be accepted as a degree-seeking student. At that time, the appropriateness of applying any completed classes to a specific degree program will be determined.

Non-degree students are permitted to take courses in the graduate and traditional undergraduate divisions. Due to the accelerated nature of the CALL program, students must be fully accepted before they can take classes in that format.

A maximum of six hours can be taken in the traditional undergraduate division before a student must formally apply for acceptance into the University.

A maximum of twelve hours are permitted at the graduate level. Non-degree seeking students who wish to take graduate level courses for credit must provide evidence of an earned bachelor’s degree.