Non-degree Programs

Fall Off-Campus Courses

Geisinger Nursing Education Building

  • COLLEGE ALGEBRA - 109.91 (2898) — Wednesdays, 5-8 p.m.
  • INTRO TO BUSINESS - 101.91 (2892) — Mondays, 5-8 p.m.
  • Geisinger Woodbine Lane

  • MEDICAL ETHICS - 290.91 (1149) — Tuesdays, 5-8 p.m.
  • INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY - 111.91 (2912) — Mondays, 5-8 p.m.

  • How to Apply

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    •   Paper Application
    •   Search for courses
    •   Online Course Scheduling Form
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    Contact Information

    Department Secretary: Michelle Slusser

    Advisor: Elena Lockard

    Academic Advisement Center

    216 Warren Student Services Center

    Bloomsburg University

    Bloomsburg, PA 17815-1301

    Phone: 570-389-4271

    Fax: 570-389-4035

    Email: stadvise@bloomu.edu

    For teacher certification, please contact the College of Education

     

    Adults (without a degree)

    Adults who have not earned a bachelor's degree and desire to enroll part-time, because they're not ready or eligible to apply to be degree students.

    Applicants for this program will be considered Category 1 for admission purposes.

    Credential Requirements
    Completed application for non-degree admission, official high school transcripts or copy of GED scores. Students may take up to seven credits per semester.
    Credits from other colleges do not transfer into the non-degree program. Credits earned as a non-degree student will count when admitted to the university as a degree student, as well as transfer to other colleges.
    No financial aid is available. Scheduling is done through the coordinator of non-degree programs.

    Global Exchange Students

    Students from global partner institutions, wishing to enroll as nondegree students at Bloomsburg University (J1 students coming for one to two semesters).

    High School Students (ACE)

    Students attending high school who desire to enroll in Bloomsburg University courses prior to completing their high school graduation requirements.

    Senior Citizens

    Senior citizens who are retired, over 60 years of age, legal citizens of the U.S. and residing in Pennsylvania are eligible to apply for waiver of tuition through the School of Extended Programs. Students in this category may be admitted to classes on a seat available basis only.

    Credential Requirements

    Proof of age, retirement, United States residency, and a completed application for nondegree admission. Must submit evidence of high school graduation or GED completion prior to enrolling for a second semester or session.

    Students with bachelor's degrees

    Students with bachelor's degrees who desire to take undergraduate courses at Bloomsburg University.

    Applicants for this program will be considered Category 4 for admissions purposes.

    Credential Requirements
    Completed application for non-degree admission, official college transcript to graduate advisor. Students are advised by graduate advisor.
    Students may take up to 18 credits per semester. Scheduling is done through coordinator of non-degree programs and/or their graduate advisor.
    Financial aid may be available.

    Students with academic deficiencies

    Students who desire to pursue a program of academic recovery to qualify for undergraduate degree admission.

    Applicants for this program will be considered Category 5 for admissions purposes.

    Credential Requirements
    Completed application for non-degree admission, official high school transcript and official college transcript. Students may be advised by transfer admissions counselor.
    Upon request of transfer admissions counselor, students may take more than seven credits per semester. Scheduling is done through coordinator of non-degree programs.
    No financial aid is available.

    Students from other colleges

    Students enrolled at another higher education institution who desire to complete coursework at Bloomsburg University for transfer to their home institutions.

    Applicants for this program will be considered Category 2 for admission purposes.

    Credential Requirements
    Completed application for non-degree admission and official college transcript. Students should make certain coursework pursued at BU would satisfy course requirements at their home institution.
    Students may take more than seven credits per semester to transfer.

    Students seeking teacher certification

    Teacher candidates may apply to become certified to teach in Pennsylvania or other states through the College of Education. The teacher certification coordinator coordinates the PA application process and assists, as needed, with out-of-state forms requiring signatures. There are 10 programs offered for Instructional Level I certification.