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Non-Matriculating Students




  • AEGR617 Technology for Special Populations 
  • SAGR637 Digital Tools (Elective) 
  • IDGR637 Interior Materials & Finishes 
  • IDGR641 Environmental Theory  


  • 20 Assessment Strategies  


  • AEGR 625 Independent Studio
  • AEGR 605 Curriculum Development
  • AEGR 600 Contemporary Issues
  • AEGR 635 Legal Perspectives 
  • AHGR611 Contemporary Art: 1989 to the Present
  •  CPGR635 Art and the Social, SAGR 650 Professional Practices Seminar
  •  IDGR6348F LEED Education (Elective)  

* Some courses may be offered online or in a blended format.   Individuals who applied for a graduate degree, and were unable to successfully meet the admissions requirements, are not eligible to enroll as a non-matriculating student.   Non-matriculating students may enroll up to a cumulative total of 3.0 credit hours in each master’s program if space is available. Non-matriculating students are allowed to enroll up to a cumulative total of 9.0 credit hours. Please note that the College cannot guarantee placement in a class.

All non-matriculating students must adhere to the following requirements:

  • Non-matriculating students must receive written approval from the appropriate Graduate Program Manager on a registration form prior to registration for each course. Approval may require a writing sample.
  • Non-matriculating students may register for summer, fall, or spring semester courses on a space available basis beginning May 1 for summer semesters, August 1 for fall semesters, and January 1 for spring semesters, but no later than the first day of classes.
  • Non-matriculating students must pay a $350.00 non-refundable tuition deposit toward their class.
  • If a non-matriculating student is removed from a course because the space is required for a degree student, the tuition and fees will be refunded in full.
  • Non-matriculating students must attain and maintain at least a 3.0 GPA (grade point average). If a non-matriculating student receives below a 3.0 GPA, the student will not be eligible to register for future courses.
  • Non-matriculating students are not eligible for financial aid.
  • Non-matriculating students are not eligible to live in the residence halls. 
  • Non-matriculating students must complete a health form. 
  • International students who plan to attend the College using a student visa (F-1) may not enroll as a non-matriculating student. 
  • Non-matriculating students are not eligible for tuition remission. If a non-matriculating student decides to apply to a graduate program, a maximum of 3.0 credit hours can be applied to the graduate program.
  • After three years of inactivity, non-matriculating students must reapply to the College.