CC/SEAS Visiting & Exchange Students
In addition to the undergraduate divisions, there are 16 graduate/professional divisions within (or affiliated with) Columbia University (full list here). CC/SEAS Visiting & Exchange Students may have the opportunity to enroll in some of these courses. Interested students should contact their Advising Dean for specific enrollment procedures.
Following is a list of schools and programs that allow undergraduates to register for courses, with their policies regarding the enrollment of Columbia College/Visiting Students.
Courses may be taken by qualified undergraduates with the permission of the director of undergraduate studies in the department in which the course is taught.
Students from other departments who wish to take courses within the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation will need the approval of the Office of Admissions & Student Affairs. Permission to register in a course is not granted by the instructor. Cross-registration for GSAPP courses will take place during the first and second week of classes only.
Interested students should first consult the list of open courses posted on the first day of class outside of the Office of Admissions & Student Affairs (400 Avery Hall). Registration for these courses is immediate, and can be done via paper ADD/DROP form (available from 4th floor reception desk). Please note that all studios and visual studies courses are not open to non-GSAPP students. (see cross registration web page here.)
Graduate courses may be taken on a space-available basis by qualified undergraduates.
While courses are not guaranteed, Visiting students may apply to take a limited number of courses at the Columbia Business School. Please find instructions for cross-registration HERE.
School of Professional Studies (Select Business Courses)
A select number of business courses offered through the School of Professional Studies Business Certificate Program may be available to CC/SEAS Visiting and Exchange Students. Students may request to take a maximum of 2 of these courses each semester. We cannot guarantee placement in these courses. Registration is based on availability. These courses are not available via SSOL. You will receive more information regarding how to register for these classes during orientation.
- BUSI K4001. Introduction to Finance. 3 pts. (select Section 001)
- BUSI K4003. Corporate Finance. 3 pts.(Section 001)*
- BUSI K4008. Options and Futures. 3 pts. (Section 001)*
- BUSI K4009. Financial Accounting. 3 pts. (Section 001)
- BUSI K4010. Managing Human Behavior in the Organization. 3 pts. (Section 001)
- BUSI K4020. Introduction to Marketing. 3 pts. (Section 001)
- BUSI K4025. Marketing Strategy. 3 pts. (Section 001)*
*These course require proof of prerequisite
Non-SIPA students are permitted to register for a maximum of 9 credits per semester. Undergraduates must receive instructor permission to register in "open" courses at the 6000 level and above. Find registration request form and a list of available and restricted classes HERE.
Cross registration in the School of Journalism is primarily available to graduate students (with top priority given to IMC SIPA students). However some courses may be open undergraduate students on a space-available basis. For more information about the cross registration policies and procedures, click here.
Columbia undergraduate students interested in taking public health courses must petition the Dean of Students. The petition should include the following: a) A written request detailing their interest in a public health course, and why they should be approved; b) an official transcript for review; c) and written permission of the instructor. The student must then complete the steps outlined for non-mailman students found here. Materials should be submitted to Dean of Students, Mailman School of Public Health, 722 W. 168th Street, suite 1014. Please call 212-342-3128 with any questions. The student will be contacted with the decision by the dean of students office.
Courses may be taken on a space-available basis. To request a course in the school of Social Work, complete the cross registration form found here. Cross-registration cannot be guaranteed. If space is available in the requested course/section, and you meet any necessary prerequisites, you will be registered by the Office of Student Services, and your registration will be confirmed via email. Once registered, the course will appear in your schedule via Student Services Online (SSOL). If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.