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All Courses One-Graduate Credit
All Courses $179
View the Summer 2013 Course Schedule
Fall 2013 session:
October 7- November 1
Are you interested in a convenient and affordable way to earn graduate credit? Would you like to study from the comfort of your home or anywhere at all? If the answer is yes, you've come to the right place. Earn 22.5 professional development points (PDPs) for each graduate credit you receive. Study with educators from other districts and regions. Online learning is easy and convenient. Framingham State University provides all the technical support you need by email or call 866.361.8970, our free round-the-clock telephone help line.
Course Credit Note:
1.00 Course-credit is equivalent to 4.0 credits (or semester hours)
0.75 Course-credit is equivalent to 3.0 credits (or semester hours)
0.50 Course-credit is equivalent to 2.0 credits (or semester hours)
0.25 Course credit is equivalent to 1.0 credit (or semester hour)
A PDF of the registration form is also available. Please mail or fax to:Nancy Proulx
Office of Continuing Education
Framingham State University
100 State Street PO Box 9101
Framingham, MA 01701
Here's what our students are saying about our online courses:
"I wanted to thank you for the great course you taught this summer. I have been using my SmartBoard every day, so far, in my classes, and I am becoming more and more enthusiastic about it. Of course, I spend almost two hours every evening creating lessons, but I learned the basics this summer and I have continued to expand my skills and knowledge. I can honestly say that I learn something new every day! I'm finding it to be challenging and fun to explore different SmartBoard elements, and my students are also engaged and excited (as much as can be expected) by the lessons.
Your course gave me the basics and the confidence to utilize this new, previously unfamiliar piece of technology. Thank you."
- Renee D., Summer 2011 student in an email to her instructor
Withdrawal Policy: In order to officially drop or withdraw from one or more courses, credit or non-credit, you must drop/withdraw online. Log in to my.Framingham.edu, select the Academics link at the top of the page and, from the Registration channel, select the add/drop option. If you stop attending class, or inform your instructor that you are dropping a class without officially withdrawing, you are subject to a failing grade. The University reserves the right to cancel any course which has insufficient enrollment, to restrict registration, reschedule or change instructors when necessary.
Refund Policy: Full refund prior to the start date of the course. No refund thereafter.
Any questions please contact:
Nancy Proulx, Director
Professional and Workforce Development