Continuing & Professional Studies

We offer a variety of degree options for students in an array of disciplines to meet educational objectives: graduate; bachelors; associates; and certificates.

Jefferson Online

Engaging, relevant online learning experiences designed to help you achieve your personal and professional goals.

Creating Our Third Century

2024 Jefferson's Bicentennial

Our year-long bicentennial celebration, “Jefferson 200,” marks two centuries of excellence in higher education, healthcare and commitment to our community. Take a closer look at 200 years of milestones, community impact, how to get involved in volunteering and what we have in store for our next century of improving lives.

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Take a Virtual Tour

Experience an immersive virtual tour of our East Falls Campus — including inside looks at labs, campus academic buildings, program-specific videos, athletic fields and more.

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NASA Internship to Help Fuel Astronauts

A lifelong passion for food and nutrition inspired Gabrielle Zimmerman to pursue a career as a registered dietitian. This past summer, the MS in Nutrition & Dietetic Practice/RDN student took this interest to new heights, interning at NASA’s Nutritional Biochemistry Laboratory where she designed special meal plans for astronauts.

Celebrating First-Generation Students

First-generation college students often face unique academic and financial challenges—including, on average, lower post-graduation salaries than their continuing-generation peers. Recognizing these challenges and aiming to create programming that supports Jefferson’s first-generation students, the University hosted the First-Generation Celebration Luncheon, an inaugural campus-wide event for first-generation students.

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Visit Thomas Jefferson University

Our Philadelphia campuses are tradition-breakers and beautiful places to learn. We cross the city and the suburbs. From our vibrant Center City campus to our East Falls grounds and beyond, each location offers a unique learning environment.

Redefine Possible

To redefine humanly possible, we dare to ask the bold questions. But asking tough questions isn’t enough–we need to answer them. By converging people, ideas and perspectives, we find innovative solutions for real-world problems. We focus on our craft to drive progress and growth in architecture, business, design, engineering, fashion & textiles, health, medicine, nursing, science and social science.

Craig Griffen, RA, LEED AP
College of Architecture & the Built Environment

An Aggressive Advocate for Passive Construction

Craig Griffen, RA, LEED AP, professor of architecture in the College of Architecture & the Built Environment, focuses his research on applying passive energy strategies to the design of suburban and urban housing in ways that are more attractive and economical for today’s consumers.

Azra Dees began her clinical rotation with the New York Jets
Sidney Kimmel Medical College

Med Student Enters NFL Diversity in Sports Medicine Pipeline

Growing up, Azra Dees enjoyed dancing, playing basketball and volunteering at the hospital where her dad worked as an anesthesiologist. All these interests merged. When Sidney Kimmel Medical College was chosen to be part of the NFL Diversity in Sports Medicine Pipeline Initiative, Dees applied right away.

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Fashion Students’ Collections Shine at New York Fashion Week

Two Jefferson fashion design students were invited to showcase their work at the Designers’ Premier show as part of New York Fashion Week in February.

Eight teams of fashion merchandising and management students collaborated to put together the Nov. 29 pop-up shop in the Kanbar Performance Space
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Fashion Pop-Up Shop Teaches Students Real-World Skills

With Destiny’s Child and other turn-of-the-millennium artists blasting in the Kanbar Performance Space, Fashion Merchandising & Management students sold their original clothing designs and accessories while gaining real-world experience. Net proceeds benefited the Alzheimer’s Association Delaware Valley Chapter.