noncredit

[non-kred-it]
adjective
(of academic courses) carrying or conferring no official academic credit in a particular program or toward a particular degree or diploma.

Origin:
1960–65; non- + credit

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The college also offers noncredit continuing education programs to enrich individuals' personal and professional lives.
Students taking noncredit courses do not earn college credit and do not pay education fees.
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