Summer 2018 semester starts May 21
Fall 2018 semester starts Aug. 29
Spring 2019 semester starts Jan. 16
Whether you are a student seeking prerequisite courses, a nurse thinking about returning to school, or a health care professional looking for personal and professional growth, we offer a full menu of online continuing education courses for non-matriculated students. Enhance your career at a top-ranked nursing school.
Registering as non-matriculated (non-degree) student gives you the opportunity to enroll in courses without being formally admitted to the UR School of Nursing.
The following courses are open to non-matriculated students (students not enrolled in a degree program), including:
Check below for course offerings and refer to the upcoming course schedule for course availability.
|NUR 400*||Research Principles for Evidence-Based Practice*|
|NUR 401*||The Writing Workshop*|
|NUR 403*||Ethics and Public Policy in the Health Care System*|
|NUR 407||Advanced Physiology & Pathophysiology|
|NUR 413||Family Theoretical Frameworks and Application to Nursing Care of Families|
|NUR 419||Advanced Pharmacology|
|NUR 436**||Nursing Care of the High-Risk Neonate**|
|NLX 421||Physiology, Pathophysiology, and Pharmacology for Nurse Leaders and Educators|
|NLX 464||Informatics, Process Improvement, and Value in Health Care|
|NLX 473||Healthcare Financial Management|
|NSG 301||Writing with Confidence, Clarity, and Style|
|NSG 305||Growth and Development Through the Lifespan|
|NSG 309||Microbiology and Application to Health|
|NSG 310||Nutrition and Health|
|NSG 311||Statistics for Evidence Based Practice in the Health Sciences|
|NSG 312||Human Anatomy & Physiology I and Application to Health|
|NSG 313||Human Anatomy & Physiology II and Application to Health|
|NSG 316||Religion, Spirituality, and Health|
|NSG 317||Ethics in Healthcare|
|NSG 318||Pathogenesis of Cardiac Dysrhythmias and ECG Interpretation in Adults|
|NSG 325||Addressing Childhood Obesity for the Health Care Professional|
|NSG 328||Understanding Dietary Supplements in Healthcare|
|NSG 329||Culture, Health and Diversity|
|NSG 337||Sexuality, Culture, and Health: Anthropological and Public Health Perspectives|
|NSG 363||Comprehensive Health Assessment Refresher|
|NSG 409||Clinician's Guide to Weight Management & Nutrition|
|NSG 435||Legal Nurse Consultant|
|*We strongly recommend students taking non-matriculated courses in a master’s program to consider taking NUR 401 – The Writing Workshop, before enrolling in a writing intensive course, such as NUR 400 and NUR 403.” **We suggest and prefer NUR 436 students are baccalaureate-prepared and have NICU experience before starting the course.|
Courses for non-matriculated students are available in a variety of learning formats. See course descriptions above for course format. These include hybrid (mostly online with some in-person sessions), completely-online, Flex Track (work at your own pace online to meet a series of deadlines), and Fast Track (self-paced online course).
To drop or add a course, you should fill out a drop/add form available from the SON Registrar's Office or for an online course, email the registrar at email@example.com. Please note:
For University tuition benefits policies and forms, visit the tuition benefits homepage. The tuition waiver form alone does not register you for a course; you must still complete the Non-Matriculated Registration form. Courses covered under the University of Rochester's tuition benefits package must be completed with a satisfactory grade in order for the course to be paid for by the University.
Courses that are not dropped prior to the first day of classes will be paid for by the student according to the University's refund schedule.
In addition, taking an incomplete in a course will result in the course not being paid for until the course is complete - late fees and account holds may result. UR tuition benefits are limited to courses completed within six months after the end of the course.IMPORTANT NOTICE RE: TAXATION FOR UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER FACULTY/STAFF enrolled in Graduate CoursesFor taxable tuition assistance benefits received under the Tuition Benefits Plan, applicable Federal and State income taxes and FICA taxes (approximately 42.42% of the taxable tuition amount) will be deducted from your paycheck when the waiver is approved. In addition, the taxable income will be reflected on your W-2 for the calendar year when the actual tuition benefit is posted to your student account. If you wish to manually calculate how much tax will be withheld from your paycheck(s), please see the Graduate Tuition Assistance Benefits Taxation Worksheet available online at www.rochester.edu/benefits/tuition. (Ordinarily, employer-provided graduate tuition assistance benefits that exceed $5,250 are taxable wages, while benefits up to $5,250 are not taxable. However, certain job-related education is not taxable over $5,250. Please visit www.rochester.edu/benefits/tuition for detailed information including a flow chart that may assist you in determining whether graduate tuition assistance benefits are taxable.)