Non-Matriculated Student Policy
Non-matriculated students are students who take courses with non-degree related objectives. Non-Matriculated students are not required to apply for admission to the university. Non-Matriculated students register directly for courses. Virscend University allows non-matriculated students to register for fall, spring and summer classes (upon availability and meeting the Non-Matriculated Student Criteria). However non-matriculated students will not be granted a Degree/Diploma and the credits earned cannot be counted towards a degree as indicated on the student’s transcript. Only matriculated students may receive a degree/diploma from Virscend University. If non-matriculated students decide to pursue a degree, they must apply for admission and credits earned under non matriculated status may be applied towards the degree. This applies to both the BS and MBA programs. Note that the 8-year (B.S. program)/ 5-year (MBA program) Validity of Coursework policy applies.
5.1 Non-Matriculated Student Admission Criteria
5.1.1 Students to take courses offered by Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
This is a new program that Virscend University plans to start in the fall of 2021. This program is designed for students with an Associate Degree that are looking to receive a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. Please read the information below and contact The Admissions Department for further information at (909) 502-6252 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
High School Diploma
Prerequisite of coursework (if applicable for the desired course taken)
TOEFL (for international degrees): minimum score 500 (ppb) or 61 (ib) or meet one of the listed English Proficiency Requirements (See International Degrees & English Requirements)
5.1.2 Students to take courses offered by Master of Business Administration
Bachelor’s Degree (Accredited Institution)
Prerequisite of coursework, (if applicable for the desired course taken)
TOEFL(for international degrees): minimum score 525 (ppb) or 71 (ib) or meet one of the listed English Proficiency Requirements (See International Degrees & English Requirements)
5.2 Non-Matriculated Student Application Process