Other Non-Degree Programs

In addition to general study, the Office of Non-Degree Programs offers other specialty programs. 
 


 

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School of Nursing Prerequisites

Interested in pursuing a career in health care, but need to complete some prerequisites before starting your program? GW Nursing offers a catalog of prerequisite courses that will help students get ahead. 

 

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Semester in Washington Politics

Semester in Washington Politics is a spring and summer program that consists of two core political science classes with optional electives, weekly networking events, a professional internship and an optional mentoring program. Students in this program are considered non-degree students at the university.

You can also find more information on the Native American Political Leadership Program and scholarship opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students.

 

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Law School Non-Degree Program

A limited number of law school graduates may be admitted in a non-degree status to take up to 6 hours of credit. More information on the application process and eligibility requirements can be found on the Law School website