Continuing & Professional Studies
How will Jefferson make a difference for you?
Thomas Jefferson University is uniquely prepared to help you advance your education. At Jefferson, we offer a variety of programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels highlighting leadership and management skills for advancing professionals.
We also offer specialized and practical certificate programs in medical coding and healthcare management and the opportunity to complete prerequisite courses.
With accelerated courses, hybrid and online classes, and individualized advising; a degree or certificate is within your reach.
As a student in our undergraduate program, you may transfer in up to 87 credits for previous education. We award Associates Degree Scholarships and Employee Discounts making your educational degree affordable.
We have a diverse population of students from a variety of different backgrounds, ages, and professions. Visit Jefferson’s Diversity and Inclusion website to learn more about our commitment to diversity and inclusion. Be part of a diverse and inclusive community at Jefferson!
Contact us to learn more about enrolling in one of our degree programs and certificates.
"Earning my degree at Jefferson has helped empower me to close the gap between who I am and who I want to be."
We offer a variety of degree options for students in an array of disciplines to meet educational objectives: graduate; bachelors; associates; and certificates. We have individual course offerings for students seeking to complete prerequisite courses.
We offer online degrees in many of our programs, from Accounting to Organizational Leadership, so that you can plan your path wherever you are. In our online courses, you'll still feel connected to our welcoming community.
Certificate & Non-Credit Programs
We offer certificate programs for credit and non-credit courses to provide in-demand options that will help you stay ahead of the curve.
Interested in Completing Individual Courses?
Jefferson offers you the opportunity to complete courses as a non-degree student to fulfill your educational goals: expanding your knowledge in a topic; or complete prerequisite courses for a new degree.
The options are yours.