Don't have a 3.0 GPA? No problem - we have a solution for that.
The 3.0 GPA is a University of Arizona requirement for all graduate programs.
However, students could still start any of our online graduate programs by applying as a “non-degree seeking” student.
Non-degree seeking students take either 2 or 4 MISonline classes first.
If they achieve a 3.0 GPA or higher from those non-degree seeking classes, students can then apply to the the program as a “degree seeking” student. Any classes taken as a non-degree student transfer into the degree program.
|MISonline Program||Non-degree seeking courses needed|
|Master's in MIS or Master's in Cybersecurity||2-4 courses for a maximum of 12 credits|
|Business Intelligence and Analytics certificate
Enterprise Security certificate
|2 courses for a total of 6 credits|
Steps to Apply
Below are the steps necessary to apply as a non-degree seeking student. Click on the application link below.
- Select the term you want to start the program in.
- Create an account.
- When asked what type of application you want to start - select “Non-Degree Seeking”.
- Complete the rest of the application.
- Pay the application fee - domestic applicants $45, international applicants $95.
We don’t receive notifications of student’s admittance status from non-degree seeking applications. Therefore we have no idea who the students are and cannot inform them of how to register for classes or help them in any way.
Once students have submitted their non-degree seeking application, received notification from the Graduate College that they have been admitted into the University, and notified Natalie of their admittance she will put you on her student lists and send your course reminders.
Start your non-degree seeking application at https://apply.grad.arizona.edu/users/login
For additional information, please contact us.