Learning, on Your Terms
The College of Allied Health Professions (CAHP) offers a variety of online courses for non-degree seeking students. These online courses are perfect for students who want to complete a prerequisite course, further their professional ability, advance in the professional skills, prepare for an advanced board certification or simply learn something new.
Contact CAHP Enrollment Management & 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 300 or 400-level courses will be charged the undergraduate rate, and students who complete 600 or 700-level courses will be charged the graduate/professional rate.
Applying as a Non-Degree Seeking Student:
Whether you are enrolling to become a UNMC non-degree student or you are already a student within the University of Nebraska system follow the instructions in the apply now button to proceed.
Deadlines for Applying as a Non-Degree Seeking Student:
|Spring||August 1||December 10|
|Summer||January 1||April 15|
|Fall||June 1||August 1|
Proctor Requirements for Non-Degree Seeking Students
As a Non-Degree Seeking student taking online courses in the College of Allied Health Professions (CAHP) 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 Enrollment Management & 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 for online learners.
Tuition and Fees
Tuition and fee charges are subject to change each fall, as determined by the College of Allied Health Professions and the University of Nebraska Board of Regents.
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.
University of Nebraska Online
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