Non-degree courses are a great way to enhance your current graduate training or professional experience in public health. A "non-degree student" is a student who registers for courses but who is not enrolled in an official degree or certificate program at the Colorado School of Public Health. In order to be considered for a seat in a class, all non-degree students must submit a Course Permission Form signed by the teaching faculty.
Where are non-degree programs offered?
Non-degree students may register for classes at the University of Colorado's Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora.
Residency status will be determined during the application process. Complete all dates requested in the application. Failure to do so may result in you being classified as out-of-state. Active duty military, or dependents of active duty military, not claiming Colorado residency must submit this completed Military Certification Form.
If you intend on applying to any of our certificate or master degree programs, no more than 9 credits of non-degree coursework with a B- or better will be applied to your program if accepted.
Online course offerings for practicing Maternal & Child Health professionals
Are you a Maternal and Child Health (MCH) professional currently working in a rural, frontier or tribal setting in Colorado, Wyoming, or South Dakota? If so, you may qualify for an innovative scholarship program called MCH-Link that offers online graduate level Maternal and Child Health courses without cost for busy working professionals. The courses are tailored to address the current educational and training needs of MCH professionals and are offered through the Colorado School of Public Health.
Access admissions requirements and procedures for Colorado School of Public Health non-degree programs.