Visiting Degree Students


  • The student must have a BA or BS degree; and
  • The student only wishes to enroll for a few courses.

(NOTE: Students who are not pursuing a degree at Durham Tech are not eligible for financial aid.)


  • Many students come to Durham Tech after completing their undergraduate degree. Typically, they need a few courses to prepare for admission to graduate school or professional school.
  • The most commonly needed courses are Anatomy and Physiology (I and II), Microbiology, Statistics, Pathophysiology, Psychology, and Sociology.
  • We want to facilitate the process for students who have a degree and need only a few courses. Therefore, we created an admission code (T90990PB) so that students will be assigned an advisor and will be able to enroll in the courses they need in a timely manner.

Steps for visiting students with a bachelor's degree who wish to take classes at Durham Tech without pursuing another degree:

  1. Complete the Enrollment Application (necessary to be assigned a student number.) Mark the box for post-baccalaureate student with the codeT90990PB
  2. Submit official transcripts from your college(s) by the following dates:
    • March 15 for summer classes
    • June 15 for fall classes
    • October 15 for winter classes
  3. Post-baccalaureate students who have submitted their official transcripts by the above dates, will be eligible to add classes to their schedule during the second round of early registration (at the same time as DTCC program students with 17+ college credit hours.) 
  4. If you are unable to submit your official transcript by the above dates, you will miss early registration. Please be aware that science classes fill quickly. You may still enroll (although not on a priority basis) if you bring an official, sealed transcript after the above dates to one of the following individuals:
  5. Jairo McMican ( is the official advisor for post-baccalaureate students who wish to take some classes but not to pursue a degree.
  6. T909PROF coded students are not eligible for financial aid.
  7. Post-baccalaureate students often request the following courses for graduate or professional school applications:
  8. Students must meet prerequisites in order to register for any courses.