The University of Florida’s online clinical toxicology graduate program offers students the opportunity to take courses as a non-degree seeking student. This option is available for students who want to experience graduate-level courses while deciding if or when to enroll in a graduate program. It is also an excellent way for students to broaden their knowledge base in a particular subject or enhance their professional development.
As a non-degree seeking student, you have the ability to register for any courses in the clinical toxicology program. You may take up to 6 credits as a non-degree seeking student prior to being admitted as either a graduate certificate or master’s degree student.
A new non-degree application is required for each term you wish to take courses as a non-degree seeking student. For instance, if a student registers for 3 credits during the spring term as a non-degree seeking student and wishes to attend the summer term for 3 additional credits, a new non-degree application would be required for the summer term, as the non-degree application only pertains to the term in which it is submitted.
Up to 6 credits can be transferred toward the graduate certificate or master’s degree in clinical toxicology later, if admitted and you earn a “B” or higher. Being a non-degree seeking student does not guarantee acceptance into the graduate certificate or master’s degree programs.