Non-Credit Programs

Individuals who are not enrolled in a degree program at Fordham are welcome to attend the University as non-degree students.

Included in this population are students preparing for graduate school by taking post-baccalaureate classes and students who are taking courses which they hope to apply to an undergraduate degree at Fordham or some other institution of higher learning. Interested applicants should contact the School of Professional and Continuing Studies Admission office to learn about the streamlined application process.

College at 60

The College at 60 Program is a non-degree option for men and women 60 years of age or older. The program offers small, non-credit courses in a variety of liberal arts topics such as creative writing, art history, literature, theatre, psychology and history.

Alumni Audit

The Alumni Audit program allows a graduate of any school within Fordham University to audit a course for a nominal fee. Special restrictions do apply; please contact the School of Professional and Continuing Studies Deans' office for further information.