ACADEMICS

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    Whether your goal is to try a class before choosing one of our undergraduate or graduate programs or take a single course for professional or personal enrichment, you’ll find options at Worcester State University that fit your needs throughout the year.

    Undergraduate Day & Evening Courses
    If you are looking to take an undergraduate course during the day, you can find available options by searching our WebAdvisor online database that lists current and upcoming semester course offerings.

    You also will find our offerings for undergraduate evening courses and online courses through WebAdvisor.

    Graduate Courses
    If you are considering a graduate program, you can check out our available graduate courses in your area of interest on WebAdvisor as well. You can take up to 2 graduate courses before being accepted into a program.

    Leadership and Management Courses
    If you are a working professional, underemployed, or unemployed and looking to take a class to advance your career, you can sign up for a course in our Center for Business and Industry's Leadership and Management Certificate Series.

    Additional Information
    We have 2 registration periods, depending on whether you are a returning, degree-seeking undergraduate student, a non-matriculated, part-time undergraduate student, or a graduate student.

    • Returning, degree-seeking undergraduate students. Your course registration takes place during the semester before the courses run. Check our academic calendar for dates.
    • Non-matriculated, part-time undergraduate students. Your registration period for our evening and online courses happens 6-7 weeks before a session begins.
    • Graduate students. Your registration period for all classes begins 6-7 weeks before the first day of a session.

    We offer courses during the fall and spring semesters as well as winter and summer sessions.

    If you are interested enhancing your professional skills or exploring topics of special interest, consider our non-credit, personal enrichment offerings.