: not being, leading to, or required for an academic degreea nondegree programnondegree courses
Examples of nondegree in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebExecutive education, and other forms of nondegree education, have become a substantial and growing part of the content economy.
Tom O'toole, Forbes, 13 May 2022 Evidence from Ohio shows that those who started with a nondegree credential and went on to earn another credential saw more than $9,000 in additional earnings each year.
Lindsay Daugherty, Fortune, 5 Apr. 2022 In addition to degree programs, TCUs offer an array of nondegree programs and services such as childcare, GED preparation, health care, job training, economic development, and language and cultural programming.
Susan C. Faircloth, The Conversation, 11 June 2021 By the last count, there are over 720,000 nondegree certifications and credentials available right now in the U.S. alone.
Jonathan Finkelstein, Forbes, 20 May 2021 Degree-holders with no debt have more than twice as much saved as nondegree-holders with no debt.
Demetria Gallegos, WSJ, 10 Sep. 2017
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