Graduate-Level Courses: Non-Degree Students
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Graduate-Level Courses for Non-Degree Students

Take a graduate-level non-degree course at the MGH Institute for Health Professions. 

Whether you're just out of college, changing careers, or are a practicing clinician looking to advance in your career, MGH Institute has a course that's right for you.

View our currently available list of courses in communication sciences and disorders, nursing, physical therapy, health professions education, mind body spirit health, and health care informatics.

With the majority of faculty working as practicing clinicians, our curriculum provides a powerful integration of clinical and academic learning aiding in the development of both critical thinking and leadership skills.

  • Registration for all Graduate-Level Courses for the upcoming semester is now open, and closes on the first day of classes.
  • Courses offered onsite and online.
  • Onsite courses held at the Charlestown Navy Yard campus, readily accessible by car, harbor ferry, and public transportation.

Registration Instructions

Registration Criteria

All Non-Degree courses are a part of the Center for Interprofessional Studies and Innovation.

Information about Pre-Requisites for the Health Care Professions.

    Non-Degree Coordinator

    Laura Stengle    
    Non-Degree Coordinator
    Office of Student Affairs
    Building 39, Room 118
    Phone: (617) 643-2126
    Fax: (617) 724-3849

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