Why enroll as a non-degree seeking student?
If a student is interested in a particular subject, or is not ready to commit to a graduate certificate or master’s degree program, enrolling as a non-degree seeking student allows them to experience UF’s online courses in veterinary forensic sciences.
How many credits are available?
Non-degree seeking students may take up to six credits as a non-degree seeking student prior to being admitted as either a certificate or master’s student. A new nondegree application is required for each term you wish to take courses as a nondegree seeking student.
Up to six credits can be transferred toward the graduate certificate or master’s degree in veterinary forensic science later on, provided you earn a B or better (B- or less will not transfer). Being a non-degree student does not guarantee acceptance into the graduate certificate or master’s degree programs.
How much will it cost?
Tuition is $525 per credit hour. An approximate cost for one 3-hour non-degree course is $1,575, plus fees and textbooks. Learn more about financial aid opportunities.