Did you know you can try out the REACH Adult Undergraduate Program as a Visiting Student? We offer the opportunity for you to take individual courses for credit or personal enrichment.
You can apply for a non-degree-seeking student status if you wish to take courses for credit, but do not presently wish to enroll in a degree program at REACH. You are allowed to take up to 6 hours of credit per semester.
You may audit courses for personal or professional enrichment if you do not wish to be enrolled in a degree program.
Please note that non-degree-seeking and auditing students are not eligible for financial aid.
The Annual Conference on Bioethics
This is a unique opportunity that is offered every July for students and a variety of professionals. The conference will provide learning about the challenges of bioethics in a variety of contexts. You will learn the latest information in the field of neuroscience, key developments in biotechnology, and various challenges in health care practices. You won’t want to miss this unique opportunity to gain academic credit as a visiting student or towards a degree. Professionals can also gain continuing education units for attending the conference.
Visit The Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity for conference details.