Non-matriculated applicants are considered part-time and are permitted to schedule a maximum of 11.5 undergraduate quarter credits. Applicants who are considered non-matriculated students are not degree seeking students and need to reapply for admission to any degree program in the future.
Common Reasons to Apply for the Non-Matriculated Option
- Applicants interested in taking prerequisite courses for another program.
- Applicants interested in improving their academic profile to eventually apply to a degree seeking program at Drexel.
- Applicants who need to take undergraduate prerequisite courses that may be counted for an undergraduate or graduate program.
- 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.
Applicants to the non-matriculated option are encouraged to apply and contact the Goodwin College of Professional Studies to determine if courses they are interested in taking are available to non-degrees students
Note: Non-matriculated 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-matriculated student as well as demonstrate sufficient English proficiency.