Take a Class (GCAP Program)
You don't need to be a graduate student to take Tufts graduate courses.
The Graduate Career Advancement Program (GCAP) was created for people who
want access to superior graduate-level courses but don't need or want a graduate
degree. GCAP students take the same classes as our graduate students and may
enroll, for either credit or audit, in up to four undergraduate or graduate
courses per semester.
As a GCAP student, you may enroll in any of the 2,000-plus graduate and
undergraduate-level courses offered on the Medford campus (except studio art,
engineering management, or courses offered by the Fletcher School of Law and
Diplomacy) during the fall and spring semesters, as long as there is space
available. Courses are offered through the
Summer Session as well.
Classes meet in the morning, afternoon, and evening, and information on the types
of courses offered can be found by clicking
For more information on the Graduate Career Advancement Program (GCAP),
Please note: A bachelor's degree is required for admission into the GCAP
program. If you have not earned an undergraduate degree, call 617-627-2000 to
learn more about the R.E.A.L (Resumed Education for Adult Learners) Program.
Apply to Take A Class