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 May 13th. Students who register on or after May 13th 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 Summer 2019 Course Schedule

Last day to drop or add courses:

  • Full Semester: May 28
  • Accelerated I:  May 21
  • Accelerated 2: July 11

Summer 2019 Academic Calendar

Classes Begin

  • Full Semester: May 13
  • Summer I: May 13
  • Summer II: July 1

Classes End

  • Full Semester: August 20
  • Summer I: June 28
  • Summer II: August 20

(Please note: end dates include final exam days)

Drop/Add

  • Full Semester: May 28
  • Summer I: May 21
  • Summer II: July 11

 

Last date to remove "I" grade from the Spring 2019 semester: June 12

Last Date to Withdraw with "W" Grade

  • Full Semester: June 11
  • Summer I: May 28
  • Summer II: July 29

Summer Holidays

  • Memorial Day: May 27 (Monday)
  • Independence Day: July 4 (Thursday)

Summer 2019 Course Schedule

Key

Session

E Entire Summer
(May 13 – August 20)
Class 5:20 p.m. – 8:20p.m.
Labs 8:25 p.m. – 10:20 p.m.
(or otherwise noted)

ACC1 Accelerated I
(May 13–June 28)
Class 5:20 p.m. – 8:20p.m.
Labs 8:25 p.m. – 10:20 p.m.
(or otherwise noted)

ACC2 Accelerated II
(July 1– August 20)
Class 5:20 p.m. – 8:20p.m.
Labs 8:25 p.m. – 10:20 p.m.
(or otherwise noted)

OL Online
/OL On campus and online

Days of the week are marked MTWRF;
Some sections have special times indicated

SECTIONS correspond to CRN numbers.
Sections denote the following:

01 = OT only
10 = Comprehensive Programs (Non SCPS-CC Students)
81 = SCPS-CC and Non-matriculating

Double check the CRN number when you register.

Please note that there are additional laboratory fees and Jeff Connect fees, which you are able to view and opt out of in banner web.


Undergraduate Courses

CRN SUBJ COURSE SECTION TITLE Credits Session Day Start End
60262 BIOL 110 81 Human Anatomy & Physiology I 3 E 5:20 PM 8:20 PM
60308 BIOL 110 81L Human Anatomy & Physiology I Lab 1 E T 8:25 PM 10:20 PM
60316 BIOL 111 81 Human Anatomy & Physiology II 3 E R 5:20 PM 8:20 PM
60317 BIOL 111 81L Human Anatomy & Physiology II Lab 1 E R 8:25 PM 10:20 PM
60171 BIOL 315 81 Microbiology Lecture 3 E T 7:25 PM 10:20 PM
60390 BIOL 316 81 Microbiology Lab 1 E T 5:20 PM 7:20 PM
70489 CODP 205 81 IDCD-10 PCS 3 E TR 5:20 PM 8:20 PM
70664 CODP 207 81 Reimbursement Methodology 3 ACC II OL OL OL
60266 ENGL 101 81 Composition I 3 ACC I TR 5:20 PM 8:20 PM
70520 ENGL 102 81 Composition II 3 ACC II TR 5:20 PM 8:20 PM
70787 GNST 120 81 Medical Terminology 3 E OL OL OL
70521 HCA 350 81 Prin of Public Health & Epidem 3 ACC II OL OL OL
70593 HCA 410 81 Medical Practice Mgmt 3 ACCII OL OL OL
60448 HMIS 310 81 Manag Info Sys in Healthcare 3 ACC I OL OL OL
70523 HMIS 311 81 Info Res & Tech for Health Ser 3 ACC II OL OL OL
70404 HMIS 401 81 Network Management 3 ACC I OL OL OL
70524 HMIS 402 81 Systems Design 3 ACC II OL OL OL
70558 IDSC 590 81 Nutrition 3 ACC I OL OL OL
60258 MATH 101 81 College Algebra 3 E W 5:20 PM 8:20 PM
60194 MATH 301 81 Statistics 3 ACC I OL OL OL
70575 MGMT 102 81 Human Resource Management 3 ACC II OL OL OL
70819 MGMT 304 81 Mngmnt & Org Theory in HSOs 3 ACC I TR 5:20 PM 8:20 PM
70451 NUTR 301 10 Current Concepts in Nutrition 3 ACC I OL OL OL
60387 NUTR 301 81 Current Concepts in Nutrition 3 ACC I OL OL OL
60092 PSYC 101 81 Introduction to Psychology 3 E OL OL OL
70360 PSYC 361 81 Abnormal Psychology 3 ACC I 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