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Visiting Students

If you are not currently enrolled at UMKC but interested in taking Bloch School courses, this page provides information for you as well as information for current UMKC students (not Bloch students) interested in taking Bloch courses.

I am a:

Community Member

You may enroll in certain courses at the Bloch School without applying for admission to a degree program. This type of course enrollment does not constitute admission to UMKC or the Bloch School.

Undergraduate

Applicants who have the appropriate prerequisite courses may take up to nine (9) credit hours of Bloch courses. Students who are preparing for the CPA may take undergraduate accounting courses with approval from the department chair and completion of appropriate prerequisite courses.

Executive Education
The Bloch School’s Executive Education Center provides high-level non-degree leadership and development programs for local and global organizations and individuals.

The non-credit CFP (Certificate in Financial Planning) Board Registered Program is also available through Bloch Executive Education.

Entrepreneurship Scholars Program
Got an idea for a new product or business? Check out the EScholars program.

Graduate Non-degree Programs

Individuals with a related master’s degree may enroll in graduate business, accounting or public administration coursework provided they have met the prerequisite requirements for each course. Students must provide evidence of their degree.

Community students may take select graduate public affairs courses as a workshop for a fee (earning no credit). Students seeking to earn credit must provide proof of completion of an undergraduate degree and are limited to six (6) credit hours that must be taken from courses in the following programs:

Visiting/Community Students wishing to take graduate-level accounting courses will work through Bloch Student Services by submitting to them transcripts and/or other appropriate credentials. Only students with a bachelor's degree are eligible to take graduate-level accounting courses. Upon receipt of credentials, Bloch Student Services will obtain permission to enroll from the Department of Accountancy chair and the appropriate faculty.

With formal approval, Visiting/Community Students may take up to 9 credit hours; however, no more than 6 of these hours may be applied to a degree program should the Visiting/Community Student subsequently decide to pursue a graduate degree.

Get Started

  1. Begin by filling out a visiting student application through UMKC Admissions.
  2. The student must provide proof that he/she meets all prerequisites for the course and/or completed a bachelor's degree or a related master’s degree, usually by submitting a transcript. This can be emailed directly to the Bloch School. Unofficial transcripts can be used.
  3. Once the student receives approval to take the course, the student is responsible for enrolling in and paying for the course online through Pathway, UMKC’s records and registration system, or in person at the UMKC Registrar’s Office.

Student From a School Other Than UMKC

A visiting student is a student that currently seeks a degree at an institution outside UMKC but wishes to take Bloch School classes.

  • Undergraduate students are limited to a total of nine (9) credit hours of Bloch School courses.
  • Graduate students are limited to a total of six (6) credit hours of Bloch School courses. Proof of admission to a graduate program will be required.
  • MGT 100, ENT 215, MIS 202, ACTG 210, ACTG 211, PA 310 and PA 455 are open to all undergraduate students who meet the prerequisites.
  • Before enrolling in/paying for a course, students may wish to obtain something in writing from their home institution that insures the student that the Bloch School course will count toward their degree program.

Get Started

  1. Begin by filling out a visiting student application through UMKC Admissions.
  2. The student must provide proof that he/she meets all prerequisites for the course by submitting a transcript. This can be emailed directly to the Bloch School. An official transcript would be accepted.
  3. Once the student receives approval to take the course, the student is responsible for enrolling in and paying for the course online through Pathway, UMKC’s records and registration system, or in person at the UMKC Registrar’s Office.

Current UMKC Student

Students that are not Bloch students, but wish to take Bloch courses have the following options:

Undergraduate

  • Students in the Bachelor of Information Technology program (BIT) may take the required courses provided you meet the prerequisites.
  • Students in the Business Minor or Entrepreneurship Minor may take up to thirty (30) credit hours of specified Bloch courses provided you meet the prerequisites, and after meeting with a Bloch School academic advisor.
  • Students not in the BIT or Business Minor programs, but who meet the appropriate prerequisite courses may take up to nine (9) credit hours of Bloch courses after meeting with a Bloch School academic advisor.
  • MGT 100, ENT 215, MIS 202, ACTG 210, ACTG 211, PA 310 and PA 455 are open to all undergraduate students who meet the prerequisites. If you wish to take these courses you do not need to meet with a Bloch advisor.

Graduate

  • Students in medicine or pharmacy must have an undergraduate degree, or have completed hours equivalent to an undergraduate degree, or be at the professional level in the program. Enrollment approval from Bloch Student Services is required.
  • Students in the Urban Affairs B.A./M.P.A. program may take approved graduate courses in Public Administration. You must also meet with a Bloch School academic advisor.
  • Students in all other graduate programs at UMKC may take courses at the Bloch School. You are limited to six (6) credit hours, and must meet course prerequisites. Enrollment approval from Bloch Student Services is required.

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