Review the Admission Criteria
Students who wish to enroll in one or more courses as a non-degree-seeking graduate student must meet the following admission criteria:
1. Currently teach in either an:
- underserved school corporation in Indiana
- a school experiencing a shortage of qualified STEM teachers in Indiana
2. Hold an earned bachelor’s degree from a college or university that is accredited by its regional accrediting association.
3. Have one of the following grade point averages:
- 2.75 or higher on a 4.0 scale for your undergraduate cumulative GPA (this includes all undergraduate coursework, including work completed prior to your bachelor’s degree)
For Students Considering a Degree Program
Nondegree students who later apply to a degree program must meet all entrance requirements of that program and must have maintained at least a 3.0 GPA in their nondegree coursework.
No more than nine credits earned in nondegree status may apply to an advanced degree program if you are later admitted as a degree-seeking student. The department in which you study and the dean of the Graduate School will determine which credits earned in nondegree status will apply to a degree program.
Credits must have been completed within the six-year time limit allowed for completion of a master’s degree.
Planning to Study at another University?
If you plan to enroll in this program through one of our partner universities – Purdue University or IUPUI – please check back for our Spring 2020 course catalog for details on courses and admission.