As a non-degree student, you can take undergraduate or graduate courses from Moody without enrolling in a degree program. If you want to take a class for professional development, get a taste of Moody classes, or transfer credits to graduate college early, non-degree might be right for you!
As an undergraduate non-degree student, you may enroll in up to 18 credit hours. As a graduate non-degree student, you may enroll in up to 12 credit hours, providing that you have met the individual course prerequisite requirements.
If you want to apply to a degree program at Moody in the future, the courses you took as a non-degree student will be evaluated and may transfer towards your degree. Connect with our Academic Records team at email@example.com to see if your courses will transfer in!
High School and Home School Students
Any homeschooled or high school age student with junior or senior high school status can apply to take college credit courses online through Moody, regardless of age. View the courses in our Pre-College Series, or call (800) 588-8344 for more information.
Non-Degree Application Requirements
To be considered for admission as a non-degree student, you must be a born-again Christian, actively participating in a Protestant, evangelical church and have earned a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 in high school or college. In addition, you must also submit the following items:
1. Application for Admission
Complete the online application in its entirety and pay the nonrefundable $35 application fee.
2. Doctrinal Qualification for Students
To be admitted, students must personally adhere to and support the Doctrinal Qualifications for Students located inside the online application.
Title IX Policy and Complaint Procedure
Moody expects all members of the Moody community to comply with Moody’s Title IX Policy and Complaint Procedures (the “Title IX Policy”), which prohibits and provides an avenue for those who have been the target of or who witness Sex-Based Misconduct, Sex Discrimination, or Retaliation in Moody Education Programs or Activities. Such Programs and Activities are further defined in the Title IX Policy and extend to admission and employment, to the extent applicable. The employee responsible for coordinating Title IX compliance efforts is:
Please review the Title IX webpage at the following URL to access the Title IX Policy and for more information and resources related to Sex-Based Misconduct and Sex Discrimination: https://www.moody.edu/about/reports-and-policies/.