Non-degree students are allowed to enroll in courses for any academic term based on availability only after full-time student registration is complete, and may enroll for a maximum of 12 points of credit over no more than three consecutive semesters. If a non-degree student ultimately enrolls in a degree program, courses taken at the Graduate School may sometimes, but not always, be credited towards the degree.
Non-degree students must meet all of the academic obligations of any course in which they enroll, unless previously discussed and approved by administration and instructor (e.g., approved audit). Students who do not meet the obligations may not be permitted to enroll in a subsequent term if these obligations have not been met.
GSAS does not permit students to participate in two programs simultaneously, but if you have already completed your study at another GSAS program, you are welcome to apply as a non-degree student to the Data Science program.
For further information, please visit the GSAS non-degree application site.