Credit Non-Degree Programs
The UIC School of Public Health offers interested persons the opportunity to register for public health courses in a Credit Non-Degree (CND) status. Thirteen semester hours and letter grades earned by CND students may be transferred toward a degree program upon the student's acceptance as a degree candidate and with the consent of the academic division to which the student has been admitted. CND students are accepted every semester, however, the number of CND seats available each term is limited. Students interested in applying as a non-degree student should select from among the CND options described below. If undecided, please select the Non-degree Public Health option.
- Non-degree Public Health
- Non-degree Clinical and Translational Science
- Non-degree Healthcare Administration
- Non-degree Health Policy and Administration Online
- Non-degree Public Health Informatics
Students are strongly encouraged to apply early, as CND spaces fill-up quickly. Admission as a CND student does not guarantee admission to any of the degree granting programs of the School.
Qualifications for Admission: Applicants must hold a baccalaureate degree. Other than that, there are no specific qualifications for admission.
Application Deadlines: The Non-degree Public Health CND program admits students ONLY in the Fall and Spring Semesters. There is no summer admission to this CND program.
|Spring 2013 Deadline||Fall 2013 Deadline|
|November 15, 2012||August 1, 2013|
All applications for the Public Health Credit Non-Degree Programs are done through the Graduate Degree and Non-Degree Application. That application can be found here: http://www.uic.edu/depts/oar/grad/apply_grad_degree.html.
Students should follow the application instructions provided by the Office of Graduate Admissions.
Required Application Materials:
- Completed UIC online application
- UIC Supplemental Application fee of $60 for both domestic and international applicants
- Transcripts (unofficial copies are acceptable)