Take an Individual Course
Students with a Bachelor's degree or higher can take UConn's online Interdisciplinary Disability Studies in Public Health courses as "non-degree" students. The "non-degree" designation allows students to take courses for credit without being formally admitted to the University. A maximum of 6-credits (two courses) can be taken as a "non-degree" student. If you decide to matriculate into the certificate program in the future, course credits are transferable if you receive a “B” or better (not a "B-").
Program Fees for one course as Non-Degree student for 2019-2020 :
|Term Fees for Farmington||$2718|
|Online Course Fee||$60|
|Infrastructure Fees Farmington||$59|
Please Note - Be sure to register through UConn Health Registrar since there are additional fees if you register through UConn Storrs.