Taking a UD credit course
You don’t have to become formally admitted to the University of Delaware in order to register for credit courses, including distance learning courses.
You can register for University of Delaware undergraduate and graduate credit classes as a Continuing Education student simply by completing registration forms and paying the appropriate tuition. Courses offered in the evening, off-campus, and through distance learning may be of particular interest to Continuing Education students, but all students may register for day-time courses as well.
Admission to the University of Delaware is competitive. Taking courses as a Continuing Education student before you apply for admission can strengthen your application. Click here to explore the University’s degrees, majors, and requirements.
Some courses may have restricted enrollment. Any prerequisites or restrictions are listed with the course description. Typically, Continuing Education students may register for up to 7 credits (2 courses) per semester.
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If you would like assistance with choosing a course or an educational program, consider taking advantage of academic and career advisement services provided by the Professional and Continuing Studies ACCESS Center at no cost. Visit the ACCESS Center, write to firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 302-831-7600.
If you are considering entering a UD degree program, we recommend that you seek academic advisement, free of charge, through the ACCESS Center. This will ensure that your coursework will have the greatest applicability to your degree.