Online Courses

Non-Degree Seeking Students

Courses are available for students who need specific prerequisites to satisfy degree requirements and for those seeking professional development in several disciplines as well as management and education. Additionally, board preparation courses are currently available for computed tomography and ultrasound, including: Abdomen, OB/GYN, Pediatric, Breast, MSK, Vascular, and Cardiac. Students who complete these courses will be provided with the didactic information needed to ensure success on their board exams. Contact CAHP Academic and Student Affairs if you need a specific prerequisite course for one of our degree programs that is not available at UNMC.

Students can complete courses for either undergraduate or graduate/professional credit. Students who complete 400-level courses will be charged the undergraduate rate, and students who complete 500, 600, or 700-level courses will be charged the graduate/professional rate.

2020-2021 Application open June 15, 2020
Spring 2021 (January 11, 2021 – May 7, 2021) - Application Deadline: December 30, 2020
Summer 2021
(May 17, 2021 – August 13, 2021) - Application Deadline: May 5, 2021
Fall 2021 TBA

Instructions to complete the Non-Degree Seeking application

Register for Online Courses

To register for prerequisite or professional development courses, you must apply as a Non-degree seeking student in the College of Allied Health Professions at UNMC (click Apply Now! button). Instructions on how to register for courses will be sent to you after you have completed the application process. Please visit the course descriptions (links in the navigation menu) before you apply to make sure the courses for which you want to register are offered online by the College of Allied Health Professions and in the semester that you are applying. 

Proctor Requirements for Non-degree Seeking Students

As a Non-Degree Seeking Student taking online courses in the College of Allied Health Professions at UNMC you might 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. CAHP Academic and Student Affairs will contact the proctors directly to complete the necessary paperwork.

Review the guidelines and responsibilities for a proctor and download the agreement form.

Review the Computer Requirements and Technical Competencies for online learners.

Tuition and Fees

See student accounts for current tuition and fees.

Financial Aid

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, email Student Accounts with your current mailing address, as soon as you see a billing statement available to you.
Please specify that you are an "Allied Health Non-degree Seeking Student" and you are interested in signing up for the payment plan.

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