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Non-degree (-seeking) students are those who have not gone through the process of being admitted as degree-seeking students---a process which, for international students, not only includes the TOEFL (or completion of the university's intensive English program) but also transcripts from the student's home-country. Thus, it's easier to be admitted as a non-degree-seeking student, which means the person can take any class for which he meets the pre-requisites, but, as long as he's classified in this way, he won't be eligible for a degree.
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