Dual Enrollment Program
University courses for high
school juniors and seniors
» Program Information
» Application Spring 2014
» Course Selection Guide
Lifelong Learners Program
» Lifelong Learning Lecture Series
» Saturday Scholars
» Apply for a Graduate
Framingham State University offers online courses in 18 subject areas. You will be supported by dedicated faculty, quality course design and strong administrative support. Our online students describe their educational experience as interactive, challenging and collaborative.
We are here to help you be successful in your online learning experience! Below are some answers to common questions that will help kick start your journey here at Framingham State.
Who do I contact about online programs? For Graduate Studies programs, contact Terri Anne Bynoe at 508-626-4941. For Continuing Education programs, contact Scott Greenberg at 508-626-4557.
What online and hybrid courses are being offered? For upcoming undergraduate, graduate, and certificate program online course offerings, click Current Courses Offerings. Then, click the current semester’s online course offerings (PDF) link.
For upcoming online professional development courses for educators, go to the Online Professional Development Course Schedule page.
How do I search for online and hybrid course offerings? To conduct a detailed search all of the Graduate Studies and Continuing Education online and hybrid course offerings, go to Course Schedule. Select the term (such as Fall 2013) and then select options to narrow your search.
How do I register? If you are ready to register, click Register Now. From the Register Now page, review the registration options. For example, if you have taken a course at Framingham State in the past year, log on to myFramingham to register. If you are new to Framingham State, you need to create an account first.
How do I become a successful online student? We recommend that you review the following: