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Application Requirements for Non-Degree Students

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A non-degree student is a student who is enrolled but is not accepted to the University at Buffalo in a degree-granting program. Non-degree students are also referred to as "Visiting" or Non-Matriculated" students.

To register for a course as a non-degree student, just follow the simple steps below:

Select Summer Courses

Summer Course Schedule

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES

Course Name

Session

Class Number

Duration

CEP 202: Career Planning                                                   

J

11849

5/27-7/3

CEP 400: Educational Psychology                                    

J

12093

5/27-7/3

CEP 401: Introduction to Counseling                              

J

12168

5/27-7/3

CEP 404: Substance Abuse Counseling                           

J

11912

5/27-7/3

CEP 410: Intro to Grief Counseling                  

J

12795

5/27-7/3

LAI 205: Intro to Child Development & Learning 

J

10741

5/27-7/3

LAI 350: Intro to Education                               

J

12741

5/27-7/3

LAI 414A: Adolescent Writing Across the Curriculum

J

10488

5/27-7/3

LAI 414B: Adolescent Writing Across the Curriculum

K

12262

6/23-8/1

LAI 416B :Early Childhood Educational Theory & Practice

J

12625

5/27-7/3

GRADUATE COURSES

Course Name

Session

Class Number

Duration

CEP 501: Psychological Foundations of Education        

J

11371

5/27-7/3

CEP 504: Intro to Substance Abuse & Addictions         

J

12793

5/27-7/3

CEP 532: Understanding Statistical Research

A

12210

5/27-8/1

CEP 541: Human Growth & Development

J

11851

5/27-7/3

CEP 588: College Counseling for High School Students

M

12094

7/7-8/15

CEP 615: Legal & Ethical Issues in Counseling

A

12148

5/27-8/1

CEP 616: Grief Counseling                

J

11853

5/27-7/3

CEP 634: Multicultural Counseling  

J

12092

5/27-7/3

CEP 672: Working with Military Families                        

M

12582

7/7-8/15

CEP 683: Vocational Placement

A

12584

5/27-8/1

CEP 689: Case Management & Delivery of Rehabilitation Services

A

12589

5/27-8/1

LAI 514: Adolescent Writing Across the Curriculum

J

10981

5/27-7/3

LAI 514: Adolescent Writing Across the Curriculum

K

12623

6/23-8/1

LAI 576: Literacy & Technology

J

11560

5/27-7/3

LAI 580: Literacy for Young Adults

J

11908

5/27-7/3

LAI 593: Teaching Foreign Language Grades 1-6

J

12629

5/27-7/3

LAI 647: Spatial Literacy

J

12663

5/27-7/3

LAI 750:  Mathematical Reasoning  1

X

12633

 

LAI 658: Analysis/Quantitative Research 2

I

12632

5/27-8/15

LIS 515: Info Sources in Sciences

M

11843

7/7-8/15

LIS 517: Info Sources in Humanities

J

11844

5/27-7/3

LIS 534: Resources & Services for Child

J

11840

5/27-7/3

LIS 535: Resources & Services for Young Adult

M

10942

7/7-8/15

LIS 538: Pedagogy for SLMS

J

12090

5/27-7/3

LIS 542: Resources & Services for Adult

M

11841

7/7-8/15

LIS 574: Org of Recorded Info 2

J

12524

5/27-7/3

LIS 587: Collection Development

J

12089

5/27-7/3

LIS 586: Health Sciences Librarianship

J

10320

5/27-7/3

Select Fall Courses

Fall 2014 UNDERGRADUATE COURSES

Course Name

Session

Class Number

Duration

CEP 202: Career Planning 

OE1 10980

8/25-12/5

CEP 202: Career Planning   
OE2 11033 8/25-12/5
CEP 400: Educational Psychology
OE1 24566 8/25-12/5
CEP 400: Educational Psychology
OE2 24567 8/25-12/5
CEP 400: Educational Psychology
OE3 24568 8/25-12/5

CEP 401: Introduction to Counseling

OE1

11048

8/25-12/5

CEP 401: Introduction to Counseling 
OE2
11067 8/25-12/5
CEP 401: Introduction to Counseling 
OE3
11113 8/25-12/5
CEP 401: Introduction to Counseling 
OE4
11114 8/25-12/5
CEP 401: Introduction to Counseling
OE5 24569 8/25-12/5
CEP 404: Intro to the Rehabilitation of Substance Abuse and Addiction OE1
11031 8/25-12/5
CEP 404: Intro to the Rehabilitation of Substance Abuse and Addiction OE2
11047 8/25-12/5
CEP 404: Intro to the Rehabilitation of Substance Abuse and Addiction OE3 11115 8/25-12/5
CEP 404: Intro to the Rehabilitation of Substance Abuse and Addiction OE4
11116 8/25-12/5
CEP 410: Intro to Grief and Loss Counseling OE1
11117 8/25-12/5
CEP 410: Intro to Grief and Loss Counseling OE2
11118 8/25-12/5
CEP 410: Intro to Grief and Loss Counseling OE3
11119 8/25-12/5
CEP 410: Intro to Grief and Loss Counseling OE4
11120 8/25-12/5
CEP 453: Intro to Rehabilitation Counseling OE
24571 8/25-12/5
ELP 405: Sociology of Education A
11092 8/25-12/5
LAI 205: Introduction to Child Development LOB 10597 8/25-12/5

LAI 350: Introduction to Education             

LOE 11131

8/25-12/5

LAI 414: Adolescent Writing Across the Curriculum LOB
10960 8/25-12/5
LAI 416: Early Childhood Theory and Practice LOB 11097 8/25-12/5
LAI 474: Teaching the Exceptional Learner in the Regular Education Classroom
LOB
11098 8/25-12/5
Fall 2014 GRADUATE COURSES

Course Name

Session

Class Number

Duration

CEP 500: Teaching the Exceptional Learner in the Regular Education Classroom

OE 24351

8/25-12/5

CEP 503: Tests and Measurements
OE2
11170 8/25-12/5
CEP 504: Introduction to the Rehabilitation Counseling of Substance Abuse and Addiction
OE
24350 8/25-12/5
CEP 521: Mental Health Counseling
OE
11042 8/25-12/5
CEP 541: Human Growth & Development
OE
11070 8/25-12/5
CEP 616: Grief Counseling and Issues in Grief & Loss
SOE1
11032 8/25-12/5
CEP 616: Grief Counseling and Issues in Grief & Loss SOE2 11035 8/25-12/5
CEP 616: Grief Counseling and Issues in Grief & Loss SOE3 11045 8/25-12/5
CEP 649: Rehabilitation Foundations
OE1
10649 8/25-12/5
CEP 653: Foundations of Counseling Theory
OE2
11171 8/25-12/5
CEP 695: Psychopathology Interventions
OE
11041 8/25-12/5
ELP 629:
Personnel Administration: Employee Relations in Education
OL
23758 8/25-12/5
LAI 514: Adolescent Writing Across the Curriculum
LOB
10959 8/25-12/5
LAI 537: Language Diversity and Literacy
LOA
10967 8/25-12/5
LAI 547: Assessment of Student Performance and Understanding
LOA
24008 8/25-12/5
LAI 573: Technology as a Social Practice
LOA
11068 8/25-12/5
LAI 577: Technology in Special Education
LOA
11025 8/25-12/5
LAI 578: The Teaching and Learning of AP Statistics
LOA
24014 8/25-12/5
LAI 590: Technologies and the Second Language Classroom (ONLINE ONLY)
LOA
10952 8/25-12/5
LAI 599: Technology and Curriculum Integration
LOA
11026 8/25-12/5
LAI 615: Intro to Curriculum, Instruction, and Science of Learning(CISL)
LOA
11129 8/25-12/5
LAI 657: Analysis of Quantitative Research in LAI I
LOA
10901 8/25-12/5
LAI 657: Analysis of Quantitative Research in LAI I
LOB
11100 8/25-12/5
LAI 657: Analysis of Quantitative Research in LAI I
LOC
23967 8/25-12/5
LAI 669: Qualitative Tech for Education
LOA
10834 8/25-12/5
LAI 678: Digital Media in Education
LOA
11069 8/25-12/5
LAI 800: Identifying Characteristics and Needs of Gifted Learners
LOA
10712 8/25-12/5
LAI 803: Developing and Evaluating Curriculum for Gifted and Talented Learners
LOA
10791 8/25-12/5
LIS 503: Evaluation and Assessment OB1 24310 8/25-12/5
LIS 503: Information Management OC1 24311 8/25-12/5
LIS 505: Introduction to Library & Information Studies OA1 10596 8/25-12/5
LIS 506: Introduction to Information Technology OA1 10727 8/25-12/5
LIS 519: Selection, Acquisition and Management of Non-Book Materials
OB1 24312 8/25-12/5
LIS 522: International Publishing & Bibliography OA1 10989 8/25-12/5
LIS 542: Resources & Services for Adults OA1 11085 8/25-12/5
LIS 566: Digital Information Retrieval OA1 10602 8/25-12/5
LIS 569: Database Systems OB1 24314 8/25-12/5
LIS 571: Organization and Control of Recorded Information 1 OA1 10944 8/25-12/5
LIS 581: Mgmt of Lib & Info Agencs OB1 24315 8/25-12/5
LIS 587: Collection Development OB1
24316 8/25-12/5
LIS 589: Music Description and Access OB1
24317 8/25-12/5

Complete the Non-Degree Application

To register for a graduate course that begins with:

To register for an undergraduate 100, 200, 300, or 400 level class, use the Undergraduate Non-Degree application

Provide Proof of Immunization

In accordance with New York State Public Health Law, UB requires that all students (undergraduate, graduate, professional) born on or after January 1, 1957 must provide proof of immunity against measles, mumps, and rubella. The state also requires that all students receive information about meningococcal disease and have made an informed decision about whether or not to receive immunization against meningococcal disease. UB students will not be allowed to register for classes until they have fulfilled these requirements. Please visit the Health Services website for more information.

Confirm Your Acceptance

Once the non-degree application is approved, you will receive an automated email from UB to get you up and running as a new UB student. As soon as you receive the email you will be able to register through MyUB using the class numbers for the course you selected.

Obtain Your UBITName

Obtain Your UBITName, Person Number, and One-Time Password

  • Under the “status” tab in GradMIT, retrieve your UBITName and Person Number. This will be available approximately 24-hours after your acceptance.
  • After you access your UBITName and Person Number available in the “Status” tab, you will receive an email with your One-Time Password (If you have previously been a UB student, you will not receive a One-Time Password. Contact the UBIT Help Desk at 716-645-3542).
  • Once you have these three pieces, please go to the UBIT activation page to activate your account and create your new password. 

If you have any trouble accessing your UBIT account and/or email, please contact the UBIT Help Desk at 716-645-3542, and identify yourself as a new student.

Register for Your Course

To register for your class:

  • Go to myub.buffalo.edu and login with your new UBIT username and password.  
  • Click on the HUB Student Center tab in the upper right hand section of the page.
  • On the left, under the blue bar labeled "Academics", click on the "Enroll" link to get started.  
  • Follow the remainder of the prompts to complete all three steps in the registration process. 
  • When registering for your class, use the five-digit class number that is listed on the course schedule.  

Information about HUB, including how-to videos, is available at www.buffalo.edu/hub.

Please note: Registration and schedules are real-time; grades and service indicators are updated once every 24 hours. Online services are available 7:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m. EST daily.

Access Your UB Email Account

To learn more about your UB email account, please go to
www.buffalo.edu/ubit/service-guides/email/ubmail-central-email.html

Please note that faculty and the academic department typically utilize student’s UB email for all communication.  If you do not wish to use your UB account, please read the directions on having your email forwarded to another account.

Will these credits transfer?

Questions about whether UB individual courses will meet your home university's requirements? Please speak to your academic advisor at your current institution to confirm that our courses meet the requirements of your program.

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act

In order to be compliant with FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act), we are prohibited from discussing the admissions decision with anyone other than you, the applicant.