DePaul University > Admission & Aid > Types of Admission > Non-Degree Student
Here at DePaul, you are considered a Non-Degree Student if:
If you are a current high school student, high school graduate or a current college student interested in taking undergraduate courses for credit that will transfer back to another institution, you are classified at DePaul as a Visiting Student.
If you have already earned a bachelor's degree and want to take additional undergraduate courses as a non-degree student, please submit the following:
Non-degree students are asked to apply to a specific college at DePaul based on the courses in which you intend to enroll (e.g., College of Science and Health for students intending to take a math course).
All students who have completed secondary education outside of the U.S. must submit proof of English proficiency. A minimum TOEFL score of 550 (or 213 on the computer-based test) or proof of having completed English Composition I and II with grades of C or better is required for all undergraduate applicants.
Send all transcripts to:
Office of Undergraduate Admission
1 E. Jackson Blvd.
Chicago, IL 60604
You can also arrange to have official electronic transcripts and test scores sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are submitting transcripts via SCRIP-SAFE, please be sure to connect with the DePaul University Undergraduate Admissions account.
Students applying to this program are required to submit an official transcript confirming a bachelor's degree has been earned. Students must complete the undergraduate non-degree application for the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences and select "Certificate – Cartography & Geographic IS" as the intended major. Transcripts must indicate that the student is in good academic standing. The pre-requisite LSP120 will be automatically waived if the student has a completed a bachelor's degree program recognized by DePaul.
For more information, please visit the Certificate in GIS page of the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences website.
The department offers certificates in American Sign Language, Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian and Spanish. Students must complete the undergraduate non-degree application for the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences.
For more information, please visit the Modern Languages certificate page.