Non-degree & Audit Courses
Thinking of taking a refresher course or going back to school? Not ready for another degree program? UIndy offers options for professional development outside of our degree programs. Non-degree students may register for up to three Health Sciences Graduate courses (or up to nine credit hours); they fully participate in the course and receive credit.
Non-degree seeking students should contact Admissions Counselor Kim McCain to access the application. You will be asked to submit official transcripts documenting an undergraduate degree. If you are an international applicant whose first language is not English and are not being referred by FCPPT, you must demonstrate English proficiency by taking the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) and earn a minimum score of 100. The TOEFL is valid for two years after the test date and can be sent to institution code R1321.
To apply as a Non-Degree Student
- Complete the online application. To access the application, please contact Admissions Counselor Kim McCain.
- Send other application materials to:
Attn: Kim McCain, Health Pavilion
College of Health Sciences
University of Indianapolis
1400 E. Hanna Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46227-3697
Registering for a course as a non-degree student seeking credit:
After you have completed the application, submitted all required application materials, and have been admitted, the academic counselor will email additional program information, along with a course registration form. You can email your registration form to the academic counselor. Course information, syllabus, location, and payment information will be emailed to students once registered and prior to the course start dates as indicated on the course schedules. You must complete all course requirements as indicated on the syllabus to receive passing credit.
Please see the DHSc Program curriculum for courses that may be available to non-degree students .
Auditing a course
Physical or occupational therapists may audit courses that are not delivered in an online format. Auditors pay one-half of the course tuition rate to attend the weekend for hands-on clinical instruction. Auditors are not required to complete course readings and assignments, but often find that their experience is enhanced by some advanced preparation. Auditors should participate freely in in lab sessions and classroom discussion.
Contact hours for audited courses:
We are happy to provide documentation of the contact hours that you attend for a given course in order for continuing education credits to be awarded. However, you may want to check with your state licensing board to see how they view graduate courses. We do not directly issue CEUs. It is up to the student to submit documentation to the state for approval.
Tuition vouchers for auditing a course:
Vouchers for auditing a course are available for clinicians supervising UIndy MOT, OTD, or DPT students. For more information, contact Kim McCain.
Apply to audit a course:
Contact Kim McCain at email@example.com or 317-788-3495 or 1-800-232-8634, ext. 3945. Audit admissions are quickly processed.