Loyola Marymount University Bulletin 2012-2013
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Non-degree students are those who are not pursuing a formal graduate program but who are eligible to take courses at LMU. If such a student is taking 500- or 600-level courses, he or she will be a non-degree graduate student. If the student is taking strictly undergraduate courses (400 or lower), he or she will be a non-degree undergraduate student and must be enrolled through Undergraduate Admission. Students may take more than two courses while in the non-degree status; however, only two courses taken in the non-degree status may apply toward a degree or credential. Normally, non-degree students are not allowed to take MBA, graduate School of Film and Television or Marital and Family Therapy courses. Admission to the non-degree status does not guarantee admission to degree candidacy or credential recommendation.
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