School of Continuing and Professional Studies

Individual Course Registration

Students interested in our Center City Campus offerings who want to take courses or complete prerequisites before entering a degree program can register for individual courses. All Jeff-At-Night credits are transferrable to the appropriate degree programs.

To register for a course, browse our Course Schedule listed below, and follow the Apply Now link to register online.

Note about Fees

  • All students are charged a Jeff Connect fee, which you can opt out of via your Banner account.
  • There is a $50 laboratory fee.

Online Application Instructions

  • Please be sure to read the entire first page prior to registering for a course.
  • You should include your social security number on the first line, if you are a new student regardless of employment status. This will help the School match transcripts, and other materials accordingly. If you are a current or returning student, please self-register online at Banner Web.
  • When all sections are complete, please scan and email to the Center City Campus at DPCS@jefferson.edu.
  • If you receive an error message or have any problems when attempting to submit your registration please contact the Center City Campus at DPCS@jefferson.edu or call (215) 503-8414.

Apply Now

There is no cost to register before the first day of class on January 7th. Students who register on or after January 7th will be subject to a $25 fee which will be applied to your Banner billing account. If for any reason you are dropped from a course and need to re-enroll, you will be subject to a $50 fee which will be applied to your Banner billing account.

Download Spring 2019 Course Schedule

Last day to drop or add courses:

  • Full Semester: January 21
  • Accelerated I:  January 14
  • Accelerated 2: March 11

Spring 2019 Academic Calendar

Classes Begin

  • Full Semester: January 7
  • Spring I: January 7
  • Spring II: March 4

Classes End

  • Full Semester: April 26
  • Spring I: February 22
  • Spring II: April 19

(Please note: end dates include final exam days)

Drop/Add

  • Full Semester: January 21
  • Spring I: January 14
  • Spring II: March 11

Last date to remove "I" grade from the Spring 2019 semester: January 25

Last Date to Withdraw with "W" Grade

  • Full Semester: February 23
  • Spring I: January 21
  • Spring II: March 18

Spring Holidays

  • Martin Luther Day: January 14
  • Spring Recess begins: February 25
  • Spring Recess ends: March 4

Spring 2019 Course Schedule

Key

Session

E = Entire Semester
ACC1 = Accelerated I
ACC2 = Accelerated II

Day

M, T, W, R, F = Days of the week.  
OL = Online
/OL = On Campus and online

Section

01 = OT only
10 = Comprehensive Programs (Non-P&CS Students)
81 = Jeff-at-Night and Non-matriculating

Double check the CRN number when you register.
SECTIONS correspond to CRN numbers

Undergraduate Courses

CRN

SUBJ

COURSE

SECTION

TITLE

CREDITS

SESSION

Day

Start

End

60024

ART

101

81

Art Appreciation

3

E

W

5:20 PM

8:20pm

60669

BIOL

110

81

Human Anatomy & Physiology I

3

E

T

5:20 PM

8:20 PM

60670

BIOL

110

81L

Human Anatomy & Physiology I

1

E

T

8:25 PM

10:20 PM

60441

BIOL

111

81

Human Anatomy & Physiology II

3

E

R

5:20 PM

8:20 PM

60442

BIOL

111

81L

Human Anatomy & Physiology II

1

E

R

8:25 PM

10:20 PM

61068

BIOL

315

81

Microbiology Lecture

3

E

T

8:25 PM

10:20 PM

61069

BIOL

316

81

Microbiology Lab

1

E

T

5:20 PM

8:20 PM

60027

CHEM

102

81

General Chemistry II

3

E

M

5:20 PM

8:20 PM

60028

CHEM

102

81L

General Chemistry II

1

E

M

8:25 PM

10:20 PM

80513

CMST

201

1

Technology App. for Healthcare

3

ACC I

OL

OL

OL

80469

CMST

201

81

Technology App. for Healthcare

3

ACC I

OL

OL

OL

81524

CODP

100

81

Intro Health Info & Data Quality

3

E

W/OL

5:30 PM

8:00 PM

81110

CODP

201

81

Human Disease and Treatment

3

E

R

5:20 PM

8:20PM

81001

CODP

202

81

ICD-10 CM

3

E

W

5:20 PM

8:20PM

81002

CODP

203

81

CPT Coding Concepts

3

E

TR

5:20 PM

7:20PM

81111

CODP

206

81

ICD-10 Prin Application

1

E

R

5:20 PM

8:20 PM

81670

CODP

210

81

Coding Profess Practicum Experience

3

E

OFFSITE

OFFSITE

OFFSITE

61072

ECON

201

81

Principles of Macroeconomics

3

ACC I

OL

OL

OL

60039

ECON

202

81

Principles of Microeconomics

3

ACC II

OL

OL

OL

60042

ENGL

102

81

Composition II

3

E

T

5:20 PM

8:20 PM

80575

FIN

101

81

Principles of Finance

3

ACC II

MW

5:20 PM

8:20 PM

60927

GNST

120

81

Medical Terminology

3

E

OL

OL

OL

60936

HCA

300

81

Health Services Del & Org

3

ACC I

OL

OL

OL

80741

HCA

302

81

Hlth Care Class Systems

3

ACC II

OL

OL

oL

80484

HCA

303

81

Business and Healthcare Law

3

ACC II

OL

OL

OL

61111

HCA

350

81

Prin of Public Health & Epidemiology

3

ACC I

OL

OL

OL

80162

HCA

410

81

Medical Practice Management

3

ACC I

OL

OL

OL

81000

HCA

412

81

Qual Meas & Outc Analysis

3

ACC II

OL

OL

OL

61108

HIST

112

81

 United States History to 1865

3

E

OL

OL

OL

81697

HMIS

311

81

Info Res & Tech for Health Services

3

ACC I

OL

OL

OL

81698

HMIS

402

81

Systems Design

3

ACC II

OL

OL

OL

61189

HMIS

410

81

Advanced Seminar

3

E

M

5:20 PM

8:20PM

80750

IDSC

590

10

Nutrition

3

ACC II

OL

OL

OL

80515

IDSC

590

81

Nutrition

3

ACC II

OL

OL

OL

80173

MATH

101

10

College Algebra

3

E

W

5:20 PM

8:20PM

60952

MATH

101

81

College Algebra

3

E

W

5:20 PM

8:20PM

61257

MATH

301

10

Statistics

3

ACC II

OL

OL

OL

60599

MATH

301

81

Statistics

3

ACC II

OL

OL

OL

80177

MGMT

101

10

Prin of Mngmnt & Org Behavior

3

ACC II

TR

5:20 PM

8:20 PM

60630

MGMT

101

81

Prin of Mngmnt & Org Behavior

3

ACC II

TR

5:20 PM

8:20 PM

82099

MGMT

102

81

Human Resource Management

3

ACC II

OL

OL

OL

81393

MGMT

304

10

Mngmnt & Org Theory in HSOs

3

ACC II

TR

5:20 PM

8:20 PM

61098

MGMT

304

81

Mngmnt & Org Theory in HSOs

3

ACC II

TR

5:20 PM

8:20 PM

82295

MGMT

350

81

Professional Leadership & Career Mgmt

3

ACC II

Hybrid/

OL

5:20 PM

8:20 PM

80721

MGMT

407

81

Financial Mgmt of HSOs

3

ACC I

OL

OL

OL

61110

MGMT

408

81

Program Plan & Eval in HSOs

3

ACC II

OL

OL

OL

61112

MGMT

410

81

Leadership & Strategy: Ad Semin

3

E

M

5:20 PM

8:20PM

61109

NUTR

301

10

Current Concepts in Nutrition

3

ACC II

OL

OL

OL

60940

NUTR

301

81

Current Concepts in Nutrition

3

ACC II

OL

OL

OL

61172

PHIL

301

10

Healthcare Ethics

3

ACC I

OL

OL

OL

61078

PHIL

301

81

Healthcare Ethics

3

ACC I

OL

OL

OL

60067

PSYC

101

81

Introduction to Psychology

3

E

OL

OL

OL

81264

PSYC

102

81

Developmental Psychology

3

E

OL

OL

OL

82294

PSYC

350

81

Psychology of Adjustment

3

ACC I

OL

OL

OL

60074

SOC

101

81

Introduction on to Sociology

3

E

M

5:20 PM

8:20PM

80519

SOC

322

81

Victim Women & Child

3

ACC II

OL

OL

OL


Challenge Examinations

A challenge examination is equivalent to a comprehensive test of the subject matter covered in a semester-long course, and may be taken to test out of a course. Selected challenge examinations must be passed at the level of academic achievement equal to a grade of B. Exams may be taken only one time.

To register for a challenge exam, contact the Department of Professional & Continuing Studies at 215-503-8414.

Course Title
ANTHROPOLOGY 101: Cultural Anthropology
BIOLOGY 101: General Biology I (4 credits)
BIOLOGY 102: General Biology II (4 credits)
BIOLOGY 110: Human Anatomy & Physiology I (4 credits)
BIOLOGY 111: Human Anatomy & Physiology II (4 credits)
BIOLOGY 315: Microbiology (4 credits)
BIOLOGY 402: Human Pathology
CHEMISTRY 101: General Chemistry I (calculator required)
CHEMISTRY 102: General Chemistry II (calculator required)
CHEMISTRY 304: Biochemistry (calculator required)
COMPUTER STUDIES 101: Essentials of Computing
ECONOMICS 202: Principles of Microeconomics
ENGLISH 101: Composition I
ENGLISH 102: Composition II
GENERAL STUDIES 120: Comprehensive Medical Terminology
HEALTHCARE ADMINISTRATION 300: Healthcare Delivery in America
IDSC 302: Understanding Research Principles and the Scientific Method
MANAGEMENT 102: Human Resource Management
MANAGEMENT 304: Management and Organizational Theory in Health Services Organizations
MATHEMATICS 101: College Algebra (calculator required)
MATHEMATICS 301: Statistics (calculator required)
NUTRITION 301: Current Concepts in Nutrition (calculator required)
PHYSICS 301: Introduction to Physics (3 credits) (calculator required)
PSYCHOLOGY 101: Introduction to Psychology
PSYCHOLOGY 301: Educational Psychology
SPANISH 101: Elementary Spanish I
SPANISH 102: Elementary Spanish II