Non-degree applicants are considered part-time and are permitted to schedule
a maximum of 11.5 undergraduate credits per quarter. Applicants who are considered non-degree
- Applicants with no prior college experience who have graduated from high school more than two years ago. Applicants must earn 24 Drexel credits before being evaluated for
- Applicants with prior non-Drexel college experience seeking a Drexel
degree. Applicants must earn 24 Drexel credits before being evaluated for
- Applicants who have already earned a bachelor's degree and wish to enroll
in an undergraduate prerequisite course for graduate study at Drexel.
To ensure credits are transferable, students are responsible for checking
with their intended graduate program department.
- Applicants currently enrolled at another college or university wishing
to complete courses at Drexel for credit, which may be transferred back
to their "home" school.
Note: Non-degree students are required to have a high school
diploma or GED equivalency. International students must provide a copy of their I-20 from their
current institution to enroll as a non-degree student.