Non-degree seeking students
Please email Academic and Student Affairs to be put in a database to receive an email containing information about the courses offered each semester. This email is sent one to two months prior to the start of each semester. You can also check this website periodically for updated information.
REGISTER FOR ONLINE COURSES
To register for prerequisite or professional development courses, you must apply as a Non-degree seeking student in the School of Allied Health Professions at UNMC. Instructions on how to register for courses will be sent to you after you have completed the application process. Please make sure that you visit the Prerequisites or Professional Development webpages (links on the left) before you apply to make sure that the courses you want to register for are offered online by the School of Allied Health Professionals and in the semester that you are applying. We also have 2 other courses listed at the bottom of this webpage. No application fee refunds will be made. When an application opens, you will see an APPLY NOW link to the right of the semester dates.
Fall 2013 (August 26, 2013 - December 20, 2013) - Application is closed.
Spring 2014 (January 6, 2014 - May 2, 2014) - Application open from November 15, 2013 to December 30, 2013.
Click here to APPLY
Summer 2014 (May 12, 2014 - August 15, 2014) - Application open from April 1, 2014 to May 5, 2014.
Proctor Requirements for Non-degree Seeking Students
As a Non-Degree Seeking Student taking online courses in the School of Allied Health Professions at UNMC you will be required to have a Proctor. In order to issue a grade for an online course, some exams and assignments will need to be administered and supervised by a proctor. Students are responsible for acquiring their own proctors. Students will identify those proctors during the application process and must submit the proctor's name and email address on the application. SAHP Academic and Student Affairs will contact the proctors directly to complete the necessary paperwork.
To review the guidelines and responsibilities for a proctor click on the link. Proctor Guidelines & Responsibilities.
Click here to review the Computer Requirements and Technical Competencies for online learners.
2013-2014 Tuition and Fees
|$25.00/credit hour||Distance Education Fee|
|$4.00/credit hour||Library Fee|
Non-degree seeking students are not eligible for financial aid. However, we accept military and veterans benefits and we do offer payment plans. To sign-up for a payment plan, please contact Student Financial Services at (402) 559-8086 or (800) 626-8431 ext. 98086. Contact them during the second week of classes. Please specify that you are an "Allied Health Non-degree Seeking Student" and you are interested in signing up for the payment plan.
Online Course Offerings
There are two categories of online courses for non-degree seeking students at the University of Nebraska Medical Center School of Allied Health Professions: prerequisites and courses for professional development. Contact SAHP Academic and Student Affairs if you need a specific prerequisite course for one of our degree programs that is not available at UNMC.
Courses are available for students who need specific prerequisites to satisfy degree requirements. To see the list of prerequisite courses available, click on the Prerequisites link to the left.
Courses are available for those seeking professional development in several disciplines as well as management and education. Additionally, board preparation courses are currently available for computed tomography, vascular ultrasound and neurosonology. Students who complete these courses will be provided with the didactic information needed to ensure success on their board exams. To see the courses we have available for professional development, click on the Professional Development link to the left.
CLS 302 Introduction to Hematology and Clinical Laboratory Methods
Students interested in taking CLS 302 Introduction to Hematology and Clinical Laboratory Methods for 2 semester credit hours, offered in the Spring, will need to complete the SAHP Non-degree Seeking student application for the Spring semester. Please see below for the Spring application open and close dates. Please note, that the application requires that you indicate a proctor. Since you do need a proctor for this course, you can input your own name and email address. An automatic email will be sent to you from the system asking you to complete a recommendation, but you can disregard this email. You will be charged the UNMC undergraduate tuition and fees for this course, not the tuition and fees listed below. The current tuition and fees can be found on the UNMC Student Services website. This course is taught on the UNMC Campus.
SAHP 416 Child Life in Health Care
Students interested in taking SAHP 416 Child Life in Health Care for 3 semester credit hours, offered in the SUMMER Semester, will need to complete the SAHP Non-degree Seeking student application for the Summer semester when it is Open. Please see above for the Summer semester application open and close dates. Special note, you must be actively pursuing Child Life as a career path and have taken a minimum of 3 child development courses in order to take this class. The application requires that you indicate a proctor. Since this is not a requirement for this course, you can just input your own name and email address in the application. An automatic email will be sent to you from the application system asking you to complete a form, but you can disregard this email. You will be charged the Tuition and Fees specified above. For a course description, please click on the Professional Development link on the left hand menu. This course is taught on the UNMC Campus on Tuesdays from 5 to 8 PM.
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