Other Non-Degree Programs
In addition to general study, the Office of Non-Degree Programs offers other specialty programs.
Corcoran Arts Continuing Education offers a dynamic environment for artistic spirits of all abilities and interests to work, explore and mingle while being taught by leading professionals in their fields.
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.
Alumni and local area seniors interested in auditing courses may do so through the Alumni Course Audit Program within the GW Alumni Office.
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.
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.