Professional Upgrading Course of Study
Effective January 1, 1978, individuals may apply for admission to the Professional Upgrading Course of Study. To be eligible for admission, the applicant must:
1. be at least 21 years of age;
2. have significant learning and/or experience in a field related to the credit course or courses to which admission is sought;
3. have the written recommendation of the dean of the faculty offering the course;
4. not be currently registered in a degree program at Western University or elsewhere nor hold a degree. (See Special Student regulations)
Note: Admission to credit courses will be under Senate regulations governing standing without degree credit. Registration may, under those regulations, be granted either as Pass/Fail or as Audit.
Admission - Non-Degree Credit Students
Applicants who hold at least a three-year degree from an accredited university, the course content of which is not considered equivalent to that of Western University's fifteen-course degree and who wish to take additional courses for credit will be considered as Non-Degree Credit students.
Academic Handbook, Admission, Upgrading and Non-Credit