- A submitted graduate application (for "Application Type" select "Non-degree (Visions)" and select "Bryan Prelude" for both "Program/Department" and "Concentration/Major"). The Application Fee is $25.
- An official undergraduate transcript, verifying that an undergraduate degree has been conferred, and that includes courses and grades (required). Applicants whose Grade Point Average (GPA) is below a 3.00 (on a 4.00 scale) must be approved by the program director. A combination of work experience and education could on rare occasion possibly substitute for GPA requirements. Applicants may provide an official transcript of graduate studies (optional).
- A personal statement of interest that explains your attraction to the program and how you plan on utilizing the course(s)*. Please clearly state which graduate program you are interested in.
- A current resume*.
The application deadlines are August 1st for the fall semester, December 1st for the spring semester, and April 1st for the summer semester.
Seating capacity for graduate business courses is limited. Applications for admission and course registrations are administered on a rolling basis.
- Unless otherwise noted, Bryan Prelude students are subject to the policies and procedures provided for Visiting and Non-degree Seeking Students found in The Graduate School Bulletin.
- A Bryan Prelude student who registers for a course in a subsequent term is required to resubmit the graduate application.
- Individuals who are permitted to enroll at the University as Bryan Prelude students may take courses numbered 100-749 that have not been restricted by the departments (see The Graduate School Bulletin and the Schedule of Courses). Note however, that only select, graduate-level courses will transfer.
- Should a Bryan Prelude student wish to apply for admission to The Graduate School, subject to the written recommendation of the major department and the approval of the Dean of The Graduate School, up to six (6) semester hours of such credit may be accepted toward a degree and up to three (3) semester hours of such credit may be accepted toward a certificate. Credit earned must fall within the timeline for completing the degree.
- Students receive academic credit and thereby produce an official transcript for courses taken as a Bryan Prelude student. Substandard coursework can diminish the possibility of admission to a graduate program at UNCG and earning satisfactory grades does not guarantee admission into a graduate program at UNCG.