Non Degree Tuition

Non-degree Students

A non-degree student takes credit-bearing course(s), but is not degree-seeking. Non-degree students register for classes on a space available basis. Non-degree students must demonstrate course pre-requisites and may need approval from the Dean of the respective program. Except as otherwise noted below, the non-degree course fee for the 2016-2017 academic year is $1,088 per credit plus a non-refundable $100 per semester enrollment fee.

Non-degree Certificate Students

Saybrook University’s certificate programs offer a variety of topics relevant in today’s world. These certificates are available to non-degree students (although degree seeking students also have the option of completing them as part of their existing coursework without additional cost). Tuition and fees are due in full before the start of the semester. Some courses offered through the College of Integrative Medicine and Health Sciences include a residential component which costs an additional $300 per course. All tuition and fees are subject to change. The tuition for the 2016-2017 academic year is $1,088 per credit plus a non-refundable $100 per semester enrollment fee.

College Social Sciences Certificate Program Offerings

(16 credits, except as noted)

  • Arts and Self-Expression for Health and Wellbeing
  • Applied Consciousness Studies
  • Building a Sustainable World
  • Clinical Hypnosis (10 credits required)
  • Community Health and Development
  • Creativity Studies
  • Death, Loss, and Meaning
  • Dream Studies
  • Foundations in Existential-Humanistic Practice
  • International Psychology
  • Peace and Conflict Resolution
  • Socially Engaged Spirituality
  • Stress Management Education
  • Transpersonal Psychology

College of Integrative Medicine and Health Sciences Certificate Program Offerings

  • Biofeedback & Neurofeedback (10 credits)
  • Clinical & Applied Hypnosis (10 credits)
  • Health & Wellness Coaching (10 credits)
  • Nutrition, Clinical or Life Sciences (7-10 credits – based on course selection)
  • Integrative and Functional Nutrition (16 credits)