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Non-Credit Courses

Students may audit any Troy University course by indicating audit at the time of registration. No credit will be given, no hours attempted will be earned, and fees will be assessed based on the audit credit hour rate. Audit hours are not counted in maximum or minimum credit load limits, and no credit will be earned.

Students may change from audit to credit or from credit to audit within the designated drop/add period the first week of classes, a period allowing students flexibility to change classes without academic or financial penalty.

Credit Courses

TROY offers a wide variety of continuing education courses, majors, and degree plans including undergraduate majors and minors, master’s programs, and educational specialist programs.

For a complete listing of degree programs and majors, consult the Academic Programs web page, which also provides links to each degree program’s entry in the undergraduate or graduate catalog.

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