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School of Education

Extended Deadlines

All of the graduate degree programs under the School of Education (EXCEPT MSEd in School Counseling; MSEd in Mental Health Counseling; MA in Dance Education; and EdD in Instructional Leadership) have extended their deadline until Wednesday, June 1

School of Arts and Sciences

Extended Deadlines

The following gradaute degree programs have extended their deadline until Sunday, May 1 : MS in Accounting ; MA in Biochemistry ; MA in Biological Sciences ; Adv Cert. in Cytotechnology ; MA in French ; MA in Geography ; Certificate in Geographic Information Science ; MFA in Integrated Media Arts ; MA in Italian ; MA in Pure Mathematics ; MA in Statistics and Applied Mathematics ; MA in Psychology ; MA in Animal Behavior & Conservation ; Adv. Cert. Animal Behavior & Conservation ; MA in Spanish and MA in Theatre

 
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Non-Degree Policy & Procedure


Deadlines:

Fall Semester July 1
Winter Session October 15
Spring Semester December 1
Summer Session  April 15


Please note: This status is intended only if you would like to take GRADUATE LEVEL COURSES, not undergraduate level courses.

Requirements:

In order to be considered for admission to Hunter College as a graduate non-degree student, you must hold the equivalent of a US bachelor's degree.

Application Fee:

A $125 application fee is required of all applicants.  It will be collected at the time of your first registration. DO NOT SEND THE APPLICATION FEE WITH YOUR APPLICATION. If you register and drop your courses prior to the first day of the semester, you will be responsible for paying the application fee. Regardless of whether or not you choose to attend the College, the application fee is non-refundable because the College provided a service to you. 

Review and Notification:

Once the application is processed (provided your application and the supporting proof of BA degree conferral are acceptable), registration materials, including submitting proof of immunizations records to the health services office will be sent with further instructions VIA EMAIL about two weeks prior to the start of registration.

Please Note the Following Restrictions:

  • The School of Education offers non-degree courses on a limited basis, pending departmental permission and availability of space.
  • The Silberman School of Social Work DOES NOT offer courses to NEW graduate non-matriculated students for the Summer or Winter Session.
  • The School of Nursing, Communication Sciences, Art History, Art Studio, Creative Writing, Urban Policy and Leadership, and Urban Planning and Physical Therapy Programs DO NOT OFFER NON-DEGREE ADMISSION.
  • Admission as a graduate non-degree student does not guarantee approval to take a specific course. You may be required to present additional copy of your academic transcript to the program advisor to obtain course approval prior to registration
  • *Prospective applicants are also encouraged to consult with the Graduate Catalog , and the current Schedule of Classes (Please use Mozilla Firefox as your internet browser)
  • Acceptance as a non-degree student does not imply admissibility as a degree student in a future semester
  • Non-degree students are not eligible for financial aid
  • Non-degree students are not eligible for student visas
Graduate Admissions Office Hours

Monday-Thursday 10:00am-5:00pm

Friday 10:00am-12:00pm

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School of Nursing

Extended Deadlines:

The following graduate degree programs have extended their Fall 2016 deadline until Sunday, May 16 : Adult/Gerontology Clinical Nurse Specialist-MS, Community/Public Health Nursing-MS,Gerontological/Adult Nurse Practitioner-MS, Adult/Gerontological Nurse Practitioner-DNP, Community/Public Health Nursing-DNP, Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse Practitioner-DNP, Family Nurse Practitioner-DNP (only applicants with completed MS)