School of Education welcomes students to take classes on a nondegree basis.
Applicants should file an application with the Office of Graduate and
Professional Admissions. Applicants who are accepted as nondegree students are
permitted to register for an unlimited number of courses with approval of the
appropriate department chair. Such courses carry full Rutgers University
credit; in most programs, however, a maximum of 12 credits will be accepted by
the school toward a degree should the student later be admitted to a degree
students who wish to enter a degree program in the Graduate School of Education
must file a separate application and fee for admission with the Office of
Graduate and Professional Admissions. Successful completion of nondegree
coursework does not guarantee later admission to a degree program.
Students may not
take Ph.D. in education courses on a nondegree basis. Nondegree study is not
available to students on F visas.