Non-degree Student or Alumni Registration

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The Master of Business Taxation (MBT) program allows individuals not admitted to the MBT program to enroll in MBT classes as non-degree candidates as long as they have met the prerequisites. This allows people who are considering the program or who want to take a specialized tax course to simply register for the course with approval from MBT program staff. Prior to admission, prospective degree candidates can take a maximum of ten MBT credits that can later be applied to their MBT program if admitted.

If you are not currently admitted to the MBT program, follow these steps to register for classes. To avoid cancellation of your registration, be sure to pay your tuition and fees in full by the first billing due date of the semester.

Use the Class Search tool at OneStop to find course details.  Classes are listed under the subject MBT.  

Complete the registration request for graduate credit form (pdf) and email the completed, signed form to Paul Gutterman ( for MBT approval. Once it's approved, it will be forwarded to the Office of the Registrar (OTR) within one business day.

Processing by OTR will take 3-5 business days. Confirmation will be sent to the email address listed on the registration form. The email will include information about next steps.

Visit the Non-degree graduate registration page for additional information.

Initiate your Internet ID after you have been contacted by University staff with your student ID number from step 2 that your record has been activated. Your Internet ID, which is different than your student ID number, gives you access to the University’s online systems, including University email and the student portal, MyU, where you can see your grades, and pay your bill.

After you initiate your Internet ID, log in to MyU. There you can update your personal information, verify the details of your registration, pay your bill, and get transcripts. Make sure that your personal information is up to date so that you do not miss out on mail or email notifications from the University.

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