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Core Courses

Looking for the core courses for our graduate programs? Here's where to find them:

Global Inclusion and Social Development, MA

Global Inclusion and Social Development, PhD

Rehabilitation Counseling, MS

Vision Studies, MEd

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the deadlines, and how can I avoid late fees?

From the Office of the Registrar:

Registration begins at the beginning of November for the spring semester and the beginning of April for the fall semester. Check the academic calendar for the exact date.

Students are assigned starting dates based on the number of earned credits so that not all students begin on the first day of registration. All continuing active students must register prior to January 1 for the spring semester and June 1 for the fall semester or they will be assessed the late fee.

Students are emailed an invitation to register before each registration period. The email details the date they can begin their registration and it will also include the late registration date.

Learn more about deadlines and fees.

Can I register for a course after the semester has started?

From the College of Advancing and Professional Studies:

Generally following the start of a course, permission of the instructor is required in order to register until the Add/Drop deadline of that particular session. No registrations will be accepted after the Add/Drop Deadline.

Learn more about registration for returning and new students.

What if I'm not taking a course this semester, but still want to work toward my degree?

From the Office of the Registrar:

Each degree-seeking graduate student must maintain continuous registration until the degree sought by the student has been formally awarded. If in any semester, for any reason, the student does not register for course, thesis or dissertation credits, he/she may maintain continuous registration by registering for the program fee (CAS 600).