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Interested in updating your professional knowledge and skills in health informatics or nursing without pursuing a graduate degree? KU School of Nursing welcomes you to take specific courses.
We are forever learning. People frequently seek opportunities to continue learning for professional or personal development or to advance in their field.
At KU School of Nursing, our non-degree-seeking student option allows people like you to enroll in specific courses to gain additional learning one course at a time or to explore graduate-level education before fully committing to a degree program.
A non-degree-seeking student is someone who is not seeking a degree at KU or KU Medical Center. Non-degree-seeking students may later choose to pursue a degree if prerequisites for graduate admission are met. Up to 6 credits — including those taken as a KU Medical Center non-degree-seeking student — may be applied to that degree.
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First, choose the semester in which you wish to begin the course. All application materials must be received by:
Next, you should review the eligibility requirements. Applicants must:
If you are a graduate student in another department at KU or KU Medical Center, you are not a non-degree-seeking student. Please contact your advisor if you wish to take a specific School of Nursing course as an elective for your degree.
Before enrolling in courses, a non-degree-seeking student who is not currently enrolled at KU or KU Medical Center must apply for admission to KU Medical Center as a non-degree-seeking student.
Submit your application and pay the non-refundable application fee of $75 online by the posted deadline listed above. The application-to-enrollment process takes at least three weeks.
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