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Courses with Noncredit Options

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A limited number of undergraduate credit courses offered by the School of Liberal Studies & Continuing Education have a noncredit option at a reduced tuition rate:

  • $520 for the noncredit option in a 3-credit course
  • $625 for the noncredit option in a 4-credit course
  • plus applicable fees*

*In addition to the tuition and any listed lab fees, there is a $25 nonrefundable noncredit registration fee paid once per semester.

When this option is available, it is listed with the course description. Students who register for this option do not receive college credit or grades.

This noncredit option is limited to students who are not enrolled in a degree program at Purchase College. Because noncredit spaces are limited in these credit courses, early registration is advised. Students may not switch between the credit and noncredit sections of these courses after the add/drop period.

To register: Noncredit Enrollment and Registration Guide


Spring 2015 Courses with Noncredit Options

Spring 2015 semester: January 21–May 12
Registration begins [date to be announced]. Use the Spring 2015 noncredit registration form to register by fax, mail, or in person. Online registration will be not be available until further notice.

Art History

American Art
20th-Century Photography

Arts

Documentary Production
Fundamentals of Painting*
Life Drawing*
Introduction to Digital Photography*
Introduction to Bronze Casting*
*plus lab fee

Arts Management

Fundraising and Development in the Arts*
Arts and Entertainment Law*
*online

Communications/Writing

Introduction to Mass Media and Communications
True Stories: The Craft of Memoir

Culture/Language

The Mediterranean Origins of Western Culture

Film

Documentary Production
The Horror Film
Sports Films: Underdogs, Champions, and Gutter Balls

History

American History and Society Through Music
The Mediterranean Origins of Western Culture
The Blue and the Gray: U.S. Civil War
Music of Protest

Legal Studies

Arts and Entertainment Law*
Law and the Family
Studies in Victimology
*online

Literature

Dark Fairy Tales

Music

Music of Protest

Philosophy/Religion

Gods, Goddesses, and Demons
Shamanism and Native Cultures

Psychology

Educational Psychology

Social Science

The Horror Film
Sports Films: Underdogs, Champions, and Gutter Balls
The Politics of American Education

Theatre Studies

20th-Century World Drama

Updated Sept. 23, 2014

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