ALP Course Information
Whether you’re an ALP Certificate Student/Intern or a student simply interested in taking advantage of the diverse and practical ALC course offerings, the following links will provide information and answers to many questions. If you need additional assistance, please contact the ALP office.
All online courses are highlighted in green.
ALP Spring 2019 Course Listing and Descriptions (PDF) 11.02.18
Online Course Listings through ESM Registrar
If you wish to repeat an ALP course and did not fail it the first time, you must get the instructor’s approval in advance to be enrolled. You will be able to repeat the course as long as registration is complete and the course has not reached its enrollment limit (or if the instructor is willing to exceed that limit to accommodate you).
For students who have failed an ALP course and wish to repeat, the policies are listed here:
Repeating failed courses
Per the Eastman Registrar, there is no official policy for grad students on repeating courses after failure. But typically courses are only repeated if the course is required for your degree or certificate program.
All graduate students can take ALP courses for free by registering at the ALC 400 level. Graduate students in certain instances may also wish or be required to register for other than the ALC 400 level and pay regular tuition charges. Visit our Graduate Policy on ALP Course Credits page to find further details on whether or not a course may be used to fulfill certificate, diploma, or degree requirements.
Auditing course policy: The IML does not generally allow for auditing of ALC courses. Special request should be directed to the IML Assistant Director in the IML Office.