Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University
Jefferson College of Health Professions
Department of Professional & Continuing Studies

Individual Course Registration

Registering

Students 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 fill out the appropriate registration form and fax or mail it to:

Online Application Instructions

  • Please be sure to read all instructions at the top of each screen before starting each section.
  • When asked to choose a Login ID, you may, but are not required to, use your social security number. This will help the Admissions Office match transcripts, letters of recommendation, personal statements and other materials accordingly. Otherwise you can create a Login ID of up to 9 alphanumeric characters. You may choose any six-digit number for the PIN number. Be certain to record your Login ID and PIN number.
  • There is a 5-minute inactivity timeout. After which, you will be prompted to re-enter your Login ID and PIN to continue with the application.
  • When entering a date in any section of the application, use the format MM/DD/YYYY, including the slashes.
  • When all sections are complete, select the Application Complete box before submitting the application. If you do not check the complete box, the application will not be submitted to the database.
  • If you receive an error message or have any problems when attempting to submit your application, please contact the Office of Admissions at tju.admissions@jefferson.edu or call (215) 503-8890.

Department of Professional and Continuing Students

Jefferson College of Health Professions
130 South 9th Street, Suite 530
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Fax: 215-503-0564

Questions? Contact us at 215-503-8414.

There is no cost to register before the first day of class on January 8th. Students who register on or after January 8th, 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.

Last day to add a course:

  • Full Semester: January 22
  • Accelerated I: January 15
  • Accelerated II: March 12

Grades are due to the Registrar:

  • Spring I - March 2
  • Full Semester and Spring II- May 6

JCHP Graduation - May 22

Spring 2018 Academic Calendar

Classes Begin

Full Semester January 8
Spring I January 8
Spring II March 5

Drop/Add

Full Semester January 22
Spring I January 15
Spring II March 12

Last date to withdraw with W grade

Full Semester February 23
Spring I January 22
Spring II March 19

Classes End

Full Semester April 27
Spring I February 23
Spring II April 20

(Please note: end dates include final exam days)

Last date to remove “I” grade from the Fall 2017 semester:

January 26

2018 Holidays

Martin Luther King Day January 15
Spring Recess begin February 26
Spring Recess ends March 5

Students who have not previously enrolled in Jefferson courses should complete and return the  SPRING 2018 Registration Form.

Spring 2018 Course Schedule

Key

Session

E = Entire Semester

ACC1 = First Accelerated

ACC2 = Second Accelerated

Day

M, T, W, R, F = Days of the week.  

OL = Online, no in-class sessions

/OL = On Campus and online

Section

01 = OT only

10 = Comprehensive Programs (Non-P&CS Students)

81 = Jeff-at-Night and Non-matriculating course

81L = Jeff-at-Night and Non-matriculating lab

(Sections correspond to CRN number)

Undergraduate Courses

CRN Course Number Sect. Course Title Credits Session Day Start End
60024 ART 101 81 Art Appreciation 3 E W 5:20 PM 8:20 PM
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 LAB 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 LAB 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 81L Microbiology Lab 1 E T 5:20 PM 8:20 PM
60027 CHEM 102 81 General Chemistry II 3 E W 5:20 PM 8:20 PM
60028 CHEM 102 81L General Chemistry II LAB 1 E W 8:25 PM 10:20 PM
80513 CMST 201 01 Technology App for Healthcare (OT) 3 ACCI OL OL OL
81524 CODP 100 81 Intro to Health Info and Data Quality 3 E W/OL 5:20 PM 8:20 PM
81110 CODP 201 81 Human Disease and Treatment 3 E R 5:20 PM 8:20 PM
81001 CODP 202 81 ICD-10 CM 3 E M/OL 5:20 PM 8:20 PM
81002 CODP 203 81 CPT Coding Concepts 3 E TR/OL 5:20 PM 7:00 PM
81670 CODP 210 81 Coding Professional Practicum 3 E PPE Day Day
61072 ECON 201 81 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 ACCI OL OL OL
60039 ECON 202 81 Principles of Microeconomics 3 ACCII OL OL OL
80182 EMS 101 81 Emergency Medical Tech-Basic (students registering for EMS 101 must also register at JeffSTAT) 3 E MTWR TBA TBA
60042 ENGL 102 81 Composition II 3 E R 5:20 PM 8:20 PM
80575 FIN 101 81 Principles of Finance 3 ACCII TR 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 ACCI OL OL OL
61111 HCA 350 81 Principles of Public Health & Epidemic 3 ACCI OL OL OL
80162 HCA 410 81 Medical Practice Management 3 ACCII OL OL OL
81000 HCA 412 81 Quality Measures & Outcome Analysis 3 ACCII OL OL OL
81120 HIST 111 81 United States History to 1865 3 E OL OL OL
81697 HMIS 311 81 Info Resources & Tech for Healthcare 3 ACCI OL OL OL
81698 HMIS 402 81 System Design 3 ACCII OL OL OL
61189 HMIS 410 81 Advanced Seminar 3 E M 5:20 PM 8:20 PM
61190 HMIS 411 81 Internship 3 E N/A N/A N/A
60952 MATH 101 81 College Algebra 3 E M 5:20 PM 8:20 PM
60599 MATH 301 81 Statistics 3 ACCII OL OL OL
80177 MGMT 101 10 Principles of Management & Org Behavior 3 ACCII TR 5:20 PM 8:20 PM
60630 MGMT 101 81 Principles of Management & Org Behavior 3 ACCII TR 5:20 PM 8:20 PM
61098 MGMT 304 81 Management & Org Theory in HSOs 3 ACCII TR 5:20 PM 8:20 PM
61110 MGMT 408 81 Program Plan & Evaluation in HSOs 3 ACCI OL OL OL
61112 MGMT 410 81 Leadership & Strategy: Ad Seminar 3 E M 5:20 PM 8:20 PM
61113 MGMT 411 81 Internship 3 E N/A N/A N/A
61109 NUTR 301 10 Current Concepts in Nutrition 3 ACCII OL OL OL
60940 NUTR 301 81 Current Concepts in Nutrition 3 ACCII OL OL OL
61078 PHIL 301 81 Healthcare Ethics 3 ACCI 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
60074 SOC 101 81 Introduction to Sociology 3 E M 5:20 PM 8:20 PM
80433 SOC 302 81 Introduction to Group Dynamics 3 ACCII OL OL OL

Graduate Courses

CRN Course Number Sect. Course Title Credits Session Day Start End
80515 IDSC 590 10 Nutrition 3 ACCII 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