Non-Degree Graduate Programs
A person holding a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited college or university who wishes to take courses for credit while not pursuing a degree may apply as a non-degree student. To be considered for Non-Degree Graduate admission, please submit the Application for Non-Degree Graduate Admission, a personal statement letting us know what classes you would like to take, and an official transcript from each college or university attended, mailed directly from the issuing institution. The institution must be a regionally accredited college or university and the transcript must indicate the date the degree was conferred. International students must hold a degree from an institution recognized by the government or educational ministry within the country. If you are a Butler graduate, you do not need to request a copy of your transcripts.
Additional requirements are needed for the License Mental Health Counselor Certificate (LMHC), Alternative Special Education Licensure Program, Hinkle Academy for Wellness Certificate, Visually Handicapped Certificate, and Graduate Secondary Content Area + ENL Licensure Project
Additional Requirements by Program
Two letters of recommendation (for non-Butler graduates), official graduate transcripts, a resume, and a personal statement addressing how you will continue to infuse the College of Education's Core Values. Learn more.
Two letters of recommendation, a personal statement, and all official college transcripts; you must have a 3.0 cumulative grade point average or GRE or MAT Score. Successful completion of the CASA exam or one of the following: ACT score of 24 (Math Reading, Grammar and Science), SAT score of 1100 (Critical Reading and Math), GRE Score of 301, or a Master’s degree from an accredited institution. Learn more.
Two letters of recommendation, a personal statement, and all official college transcripts; undergraduate grade point average must be a 2.5 or higher. Learn more.
A personal statement and all official college transcripts. Learn more.
Two Letters of recommendation, a personal statement, all official college transcripts, Master’s degree from an accredited institution. Learn more.
One letter of Recommendation, a personal statement, resume, all official college transcripts. Learn more.