Registration for Matriculated Students
Matriculated Antioch University students register for classes using the online registration system through AUView. Students can log in using the AUDirect landing page. Click here for the Student Guide to Online Registration.
Contact your academic department for your required courses.
Registration for Non-Matriculated Students
For a complete description of how to enroll as a non-matriculated student, please read the Non-Matriculated Student Enrollment Instructions and Form. The classes listed on this page are available for the following programs:
- Try Us Out (for first-time non-matriculated students)
- Matriculated Student Free Elective
- Non-matriculated Student
FAQs for Non-Matriculated Students
Can I take a class without enrolling in a graduate program?
Yes! You can register for a course as a non-matriculated student. Please note: Only six (6) credits taken as a non-matriculated student can be applied to a degree program, subject to approval.
How do I apply for non-matriculated student status?
A: For a complete description of how to enroll as a non-matriculated student, please read the Non-Matriculated Student Enrollment Instructions and Form.
What classes can I take as non-matriculated student? How do I register?
Courses are offered on a space available basis in education, environmental studies, management and psychology. Spring 2017 classes open to non-matriculated students include:
- Applied Psychology
- PY 6120: Issues of Addictions Recovery, 3 credits, sections A & B
- PYB 5660 Behavior Technician Competencies, 3 credits, section A
- PYB 5650, Fundamental Elements of Behavior Change, 3 credits, section A
- PYB 5640: Behavioral Methods Lab, 1 credit, section A
- PYB 5610, Ethical Considerations in Behavior Analysis 2, 1 credit, section A
- PYI 5600: Identification of the Problem, 2 credits, section A
- PYI 5440, Educational Interventions for ASD I, 1 credit, section A
- PYI 5540: Counseling Theories -Models & Approaches 1, 3 credits, sections A & B
- PYB 5260.NE: Human Development – Lifespan & Systems, 3 credits, section A
- PYC 6750: Crisis & Trauma Informed Interventions, 3 credits, section A
- PY 5750: Special Topics: Psychodrama and Drama Therapy, 3 credits, Section A
- PYB 5900: Research and Evaluation in Counseling and Therapy, 3 credits, Section A
- PYG 6040: Group Work Dance Movement Therapy & Counseling, 3 credits, Section A
- PYB 5140: Psychomotor Assessment of Adults, 3 credits, Section A
- PY 6180A: Dance/Movement Therapy With Adults, 3 credits
- PYI 5520: Career & Lifestyle Counseling, 3 credits, section A
- PYI 5180: Human Sexuality and Sex Therapy, 3 credits, Section A
- PY 5760: Postmodern Approaches to Family Therapy, 3 credits, section A
- PYB 5190: Family Studies Seminar, 3 credits, Section A
- EDP 5600: Business Planning for Nature Preschools and Forest Kindergartens, 2 credits, Section A
- EDC 5610: Creative Bookbinding, 1 credit, Section A
- EDC 5050: Discipline As Learning, 1 credit, Section A
- EDC 6480: Early Childhood Education Pre-K-3rd, 2 credits, Section A
- EDP 6630: Education Advocacy and Leadership, 3 credits, Section A
- EDC 6590: Living and Healing Arts, 1 credit, Section A
- EDL 6400: Mindful Leadership, 3 credits,) Section A
- EDT 6220: Mindfulness Practice for Educators, 1 credit, Section A
- EDC 6380: Place Based Theater, 1 Credit, Section A
- EDP 6160: Real World Sustainability, 3 credits, Section A
- EDP 5900: Teaching Exceptional Children, 2 credits, Section A
- EDT 5460: Teacher Facilitation in a PBL Classroom, 3 credits, Section A
- EDP 5580: Working with Parents & Community, 1 credit, Section A
- Environmental Studies
- ES 5260: Advocacy: Applied Methods, 3 credits, section A
- ES 5700: Climate Change: Resilience, Adaptation and Mitigation, 3 credits, Section A
- ESE 5110: Community & School-based Sustainable Food Systems, 2 or 3 credits
- ES 5080: Conservation Psychology Theory & Application, 3 credits, section A
- ESE 5440: Curriculum Design, 3 credits
- ES 5170: Diversity, Justice, and Inclusion, 3 credits, section A
- ESPE 5600: Energy & Materials Sustainability, 3 credits
- ESAF 5000: Financial Administration, section A
- ES 5100: Geographic Information System (GIS), 3 credits, section A
- ES 6100: Geographic Information System (GIS): Advanced Applied Spatial Analysis, 3 credits, section A
- ES 5620: Natural Resources Inventory – Wildlife, 3 credits, section A
- ESF 5140: New England Flora, 3 credits, section A
- ESE 5140: Program Planning and Design, 3 credits, section A
- ESS 5730: Soil Ecology, 3 credits, section A
- ESE 5170: Urban Environmental Education, 2 or 3 credits
- MNMD-5000: Developing People & Performance, 3 credits
- MNS-5250: Strategy, Innovation & Resilience, 3 credits
- MNMD- 5030: Operations & Value Chain Management, 3 credits
- MNFE- 5040: Finance for Socially Conscious Leaders, 3 credits
If you’d like to register for a class from the Academic Catalog that is not on the list for non-matriculated students, you should contact the academic department to request permission to take the course. The catalog lists all courses that are currently considered Active. These classes are not taught every semester, but are normally offered during the academic year.
Are there any requirements for non-matriculated students?
You must submit an application to the Office of the Registrar. Your application must be approved by the department chairperson. This faculty member will screen your application to see if your educational background and professional experience meet the prerequisites of the course. If approved, and space permits, you will be admitted to the course. Some of the academic programs restrict entry to their classes to matriculated degree candidate students only. Those classes are noted in the course descriptions under Restrictions.
Non-matriculated students should also be aware that all enrolled students are required to have computers with Internet access. Many courses will make extensive use of Internet communication, and library services will be provided electronically. Therefore, it is highly recommended that you have regular Internet access.