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Non-Degree Enrollment allows anyone to take regular UW courses and earn credit. Students study alongside degree students with UW professors, earn UW credit and are eligible for some (though not all) student services. Enrollment as a non-degree student requires prior written approval from the academic department that offers your class and is on a standby basis, which means you are not guaranteed a space in the class.
Always wanted to see what it's like to attend the UW without applying for admission? Here's your chance: Summer Quarter is open to everyone, making it a great time to explore all that the UW has to offer, but in smaller class sizes and a condensed timeframe. Choose from a nine-week term or sessions lasting just four and a half weeks. Nearly 2,000 credit courses are available.
Seminars, degrees and other programs for business professionals at the Foster School of Business.
Continuing dental education courses for dental practitioners and personnel through the School of Dentistry.
Conferences and continuing education opportunities for legal professionals at the School of Law.
Educational opportunities for physicians and health care providers at UW Medicine.
Conferences, institutes and classes for nurses and other health care professionals at the School of Nursing.
OSHA authorized continuing education programs through the Northwest Center for Occupational Health & Safety.
One-day to two-week executive education programs for public and nonprofit sector leaders and managers through Cascade Executive Programs.
Training opportunities for public health professionals through the Northwest Center for Public Health Practice at the School of Public Health.