Definitions

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  • adj. Not of or pertaining to an academic degree.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ degree

Examples

  • The most independent programs, mainly nondegree executive-education courses, still pay 3.25% of their expenses to the university, but skip the processing fee.

    Business Schools Pay Dues—and Then Some

  • The school has 31 nondegree programs on the calendar for 2012, up from 17 in 2007.

    Business Schools Pay Dues—and Then Some

  • Six years ago, with a $35 million gift from German software magnate Hasso Plattner , co-founder of SAP AG and a onetime IDEO client, Mr. Kelley founded the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford—dubbed the d.school—a nondegree program that draws students from all seven of Stanford's graduate schools.

    Innovation 101

  • Due to statutory restrictions, the gainful employment proposals will apply to all degree and nondegree programs at for-profit colleges (except liberal arts programs) but only to nondegree vocational programs at public and nonprofit colleges.

    Should the Bar Be Higher for For-Profit Colleges?

  • Continuing education programs, also called adult education or community outreach, offer nondegree classes that are generally conducted in the evening for a modest fee.

    10 ways to learn new skills on the cheap « 10 Dots

  • Just wondering, but if we're going to spread the wealth around here to nondegree holders, wouldn't the value of the M.B.A. decline?

    Robert Teitelman: On the Matter of the M.B.A. Oath

  • We have about 1,000 people come through our nondegree education program each year, so we get to know all those people.

    A Business School Specializes

  • In addition, culinary schools across the country are starting to offer wine classes in degree and nondegree programs.

    A Year of Wine

  • It is all part of an elite advanced management program, an intensive, nondegree course of study that caters to experienced executives across industries.

    It's Intense at the Top

  • Both partnerships—Stanford with Unext Learning Systems, Deerfield, Ill.; and UCLA with OnlineLearning.net, Los Angeles—develop online, nondegree versions of top-tier courses, yet neither company has degree-granting authority.

    E-COMMERCE

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