2024-2025 Academic Catalog 
    Jul 14, 2024  
2024-2025 Academic Catalog

Division of Graduate and Continuing Education


A.J. Lemheney, Ed.D., Vice President and Executive Director
Bruce D. Anderson, Ph.D., Dean, School of Graduate Studies
Michael B. Miller, Ed. D., Dean, School of Continuing Studies and Summer Study
Email: continuingstudies@muhlenberg.edu / graduatestudies@muhlenberg.edu
Phone: 484-664-3300

For over 150 years, Muhlenberg College has been educating students in the liberal arts tradition. Seeing a need for evening study in our community, the College began offering adult education courses in 1910. Over a century later, the tradition of quality continues.

The mission of Muhlenberg College Division of Graduate and Continuing Education is to provide lifelong learners the opportunity to continue and enhance their education and to do so in ways that recognize their experience, maturity, motivation, life circumstances, and capacity for independent scholarship.

Through positive, inclusive, and innovative approaches to learning, the mission of the Division of Graduate and Continuing Education is to transform people’s lives, build community and enhance society. Adult learners are very different from traditional-age full-time residential students.  Recognizing this, we offer innovative programs of study with distinct and specialized opportunities for graduate and undergraduate degrees and certificates.

The Division of Graduate and Continuing Studies office is located on the top floor of Fahy Commons and is open Monday through Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Fridays, and – during the academic year – by appointment from  9 a.m to noon on Saturdays. Zoom appointments are available for your convenience.

Graduate Studies

Academic Mission - School of Graduate Studies

In keeping with the College’s mission, graduate education continues the goal of developing each individual’s capacity for a life of leadership and service by challenging and strengthening mind, spirit, character, and community. The School of Graduate Studies contributes to intellectual life at the College by enabling graduate students to engage in scholarly study and research, and to prepare for professional work.

Graduate Programs Overview

The School of Graduate Studies offers graduate degrees with multiple pathways that provide flexibility for the adult learner to create their graduate experience. Degrees and certificates are taught in a synchronous online format, with instructor-led courses, class discussions and additional instructional components. 

  • Master’s degree programs are designed to give experienced professionals and more recent college graduates the skills and expertise to be highly successful in their field. Each degree program can be completed within two calendar years.
  • Graduate-level certificate programs allow professionals to hone in-depth knowledge in a particular field to expand their skills, gain a competitive advantage in hiring and promotion, transition to a new career, and earn credit that can be applied  to the corresponding master’s degree. Certificate programs can be completed within one calendar year (twelve months).

For both degree and certificate programs, a typical academic year includes two consecutive eight-week courses each fall and spring semester, and one eight-week course in the summer session.  In this hybrid model, students meet on campus 3 times during the 8 week sessions and 4 times in the 10 week sessions while other class meetings are virtual.

Complete information about graduate programs is available on the graduate studies website at www.muhlenberg.edu/graduatestudies. Current and prospective students are advised to consult the web version of the catalog and the website of the School of Graduate Studies for updated policies and additional program information.

Academic Objectives of Graduate Programs


  • Integrate knowledge and information from a range of disciplines and fields of knowledge
  • Develop knowledge and skills in leading and collaborating with colleagues of diverse backgrounds and capabilities
  • Explore and practice a field of study with global awareness and sensibilities in the context of personal, organizational, and societal ethics and values
  • Use analytical skills in decision-making and planning
  • Identify paths for strategic success and create value for organizations and their stakeholders
  • Prepare students for participation in public life and contribute to a functioning democracy

Degree Programs
Master’s in Applied Analytics for Organizations (MAA)  
Master’s in Applied Analytics for Organizations (MAA) 4+1 Program
Master’s in Organizational Leadership (MOL)  
Master’s in Medical Leadership (MML)  
Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)  
Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) 4+1 Program

Certificate Programs 
Applied Analytics for Organizations, Graduate Certificate  
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging, Graduate Certificate  
Medical Leadership, Graduate Certificate  
Nonprofit Leadership, Graduate Certificate  
Organizational Leadership, Graduate Certificate  

Admission Policies - School of Graduate Studies

Admission Requirements for Master’s Degree Programs   

Muhlenberg College admits applicants whose profile (a combination of prior academic performance, career accomplishments, community engagement through volunteerism, and other leadership activities) demonstrates the greatest potential for graduate study and contribution to both their profession and to a diverse and democratic society.

Admission decisions are based on many factors, such as:

  • Prior academic degree and official transcripts
  • A personal statement addressing personal characteristics, acquired skills, and intellectual abilities, including preparation in the desired field of study connecting graduate/professional goals with the academic program
  • Relevant work experience represented by résumé or curriculum vitae
  • Interview with our Vice President & Executive Director or Dean of Graduate Studies or other graduate program advisor
  • Optional: Performance on graduate entrance exams (GRE/GMAT)

Undergraduate students who wish to apply early will need to secure approvals from their academic advisor and the Dean of Graduate Studies before the end of their junior year.


Applicants for the Master’s in Organizational Leadership (MOL)  will typically have a minimum of two years of full-time work experience.  We also recommend that entering students have had some college or work experience related to leadership, such as in human resources, planning, management, public administration, and/or organizational psychology. College seniors or recent graduates may meet this requirement through appropriate professional experiences, such as internships, summer work, externships, athletics, creative activities and projects.

Applicants to the Master’s in Applied Analytics for Organizations (MAA)  should have completed coursework in statistics or possess relevant professional experience.

Applicants to Graduate Certificate Programs must have completed an undergraduate degree at an accredited institution.

Muhlenberg College juniors and/or seniors may enroll in the MAA 4+1 program in conjunction with their bachelor’s degree with certain graduate courses fulfilling both their undergraduate and graduate requirements. College seniors from other institutions are welcome to apply.  However, students from other institutions will need to check with their home institution if credit transfer is desired.

The Application for Admission is completed online. Application information and the form are available at https://www.muhlenberg.edu/graduatestudies/apply/ .

Applicants are prompted to provide the following documents and, if their application meets the criteria, to arrange a personal interview with the Vice President & Executive Director or Dean of Graduate Studies.

  • A statement, 450-750 words, that describes the applicant’s previous experiences, future professional goals, and how the program can help them in achieving their objectives
  • Current résumé or curriculum vitae
  • Unofficial transcripts of all previous undergraduate and graduate coursework are sufficient to complete the online application. Official transcripts in electronic PDF format are required after a student is admitted and should be submitted to the Dean of Graduate Studies by emailing them to graduatestudies@muhlenberg.edu. To be considered for acceptance to master’s degree programs, applicants must have completed an undergraduate degree at an accredited institution.
    • International credentials and academic records must be official documents issued by the institution, provided in the original language, and accompanied by a certified or notarized English translation.
  • Optional: GMAT/GRE test scores. While not required to submit with your application, having graduate exam scores can strengthen your application.
  • English language proficiency (see International Applicants)
  • Optional: Letter(s) of recommendation that speaks to the applicant’s professional and/or academic acumen. Students may upload letters as part of their application, or recommenders may email letters directly to the Dean of Graduate Studies at graduatestudies@muhlenberg.edu

An interview decision will be rendered within one business week after completed application material is submitted. Applicants will receive an email notification from the School of Graduate Studies to arrange an admission interview.

Admission decisions are made after the personal interview. Accepted students receive formal emailed notice of the acceptance, including links to accept the offer of admission and to pay a deposit fee of at least $100.  Muhlenberg College will match deposits up to $500, with any amount over $100 applied to the first semester’s tuition. The Dean of Graduate Studies will then provide enrollment information.

Provisional Admission

On rare occasions the School of Graduate Studies may recommend provisional admission for an applicant who does not meet the minimum admission requirements. This may occur, for example, if a student’s overall undergraduate GPA is deficient but other application materials suggest strong potential for academic success. Recommendations for provisional admission are to be determined by a committee of three faculty members in consultation with the Dean of Graduate Studies.

To continue in the program, students admitted provisionally must meet with the Dean of Graduate Studies at the start of the academic term, and must comply with any requests for additional meetings or communications. Students must successfully complete the two scheduled graduate courses during the Fall or Spring semester and earn a minimum GPA of 3.0 in order to be considered for regular admission. Three faculty members in consultation with the dean may approve regular admission if appropriate.  

Students who are provisionally admitted to a graduate program are not eligible for federal, state, or institutional funds but could apply for a private student loan here. This policy is based upon federal regulations requiring a student to be fully admitted to a degree program as a condition of aid eligibility.

A provisional graduate student is subject to the retention and dismissal guidelines for all graduate students.


All admitted students who wish to enroll are required to make a deposit of $100, which will be fully applied to their student account. Should a graduate student need to withdraw their acceptance and cancel their enrollment, they can petition the Dean of Graduate Studies for a partial or full refund.


Application material should be submitted by July 20 for the fall semester; and by December 1 for the spring semester.

International Applicants

International applicants for graduate programs must have completed a bachelor’s degree in the United States or an equivalent foreign degree. Those whose native language is not English, or who did not receive a bachelor’s or higher degree in an English speaking country, must meet the minimum English language proficiency requirements by submitting IELTS (International English Language Testing System) or TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) scores. United States citizenship or permanent resident status does not determine the need for English language proficiency.

Subsequent Admission to Master’s Degree Program

Candidates for admission to a master’s program who have completed the corresponding graduate certificate with a final cumulative GPA of 3.00 may receive preference for admission to a master’s program. They should schedule a personal interview with the Vice President & Executive Director or Dean of Graduate Studies and follow the application procedures for the master’s degree.

General notices

The satisfaction of minimum entrance requirements does not guarantee admission.  Academic performance is not the sole criterion for admission to the College. The College takes a holistic approach to each application, including professional and life experience that make the applicant an excellent candidate.

All documents submitted to the School of Graduate Studies Admissions become the property of Muhlenberg College and will not be returned.

2024-2025 Graduate Tuition and Fees


Graduate courses are typically awarded one unit, the equivalent of four semester hours. Master’s degrees range from 10-12 total course units, depending upon the program. Graduate certificates are 3-6 units.

  • MOL, MAA, DEI, MAT: $3,400 per 1 unit course ($850 per credit hour)
  • MML: $4,700 per 1 course unit ($1,175 per credit hour)
  • Graduate tuition rates include all textbooks and the following fees:
    • technology, laboratory, library, career center, orientation, commencement, parking permits, graduate student activities, and unofficial transcripts.
  • Tuition rates are guaranteed for the duration of the degree program
    • An exception is made for a Leave of Absence (LOA). Upon return from the LOA, tuition will be at the current rate with a new guarantee in effect for a subsequent two-year period.

Tuition and fees must be paid consistent with established due dates to avoid late payment charges, typically two weeks before the start of the semester (see Billing and Payment Due Dates for the appropriate dates). Students with outstanding obligations will not be permitted to register, change enrollment status, have transcripts released or participate in commencement exercises until all commitments are met.

Tuition deferment is available to students whose employers offer tuition reimbursement. Otherwise, tuition and fees will be billed and must be paid prior to the start of class.   

Financial Obligations

Muhlenberg College accepts cash, checks, and credit cards. Students who have outstanding account balances, including tuition, parking and library fines, will not be able to register for an upcoming term.  Payment can be made in-person or online.

By federal law, students for whom the Veterans Administration has not yet paid tuition and fees for their veteran’s benefits under the Post 9/11 GI Bill® (Chapter 33) or Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment Services (Chapter 31) are not subject to the College’s usual holds, restrictions, or late fees for such monies. GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website at www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.

Veterans who want to apply for benefits under the current GI Bill® should discuss their eligibility and application process with their academic advisor. See the Veterans Portal for more information.

Funding Graduate Education

A dedicated Financial Aid Administrator is available to provide graduate students with financial aid options, including loans and scholarships, for funding their degree.  In addition to the federal student loan program, there are many competitive alternative loan resources to choose from.

Many area companies have tuition reimbursement plans for their employees.  We provide tuition payment deferment for students who are using employer benefits.

Outside scholarship and grant search sites include Scholly, Unigo, Scholarship America, and FastWeb.

Degree Requirements

Academic Requirements

Students enrolled in master’s degree programs are expected to maintain a minimum GPA of 3.00 and satisfactory academic progress toward the completion of their degree. No final course grade lower than C may be counted toward a graduate degree. No graduate degree student who receives more than four final course grades below B- may continue in the program.

Graduate programs may include additional conditions based upon completion of specific course syllabus requirements, including but not limited to oral and/or written examinations, written papers and presentations, and research. 

Continuity of registration (including summer term) must be maintained until all requirements for the degree have been completed, with the exception of approved leaves of absence. Under normal circumstances, a master’s degree will be completed in two years and will not exceed five years from the initial course enrollment.

Students in graduate certificate programs are encouraged to maintain a 3.00 GPA, which will give them an advantage if they later apply for enrollment in the corresponding master’s degree program. A graduate certificate will be completed in one year or less and will not exceed three years from the initial course enrollment.

Culminating Capstone Experience

Master’s degree students complete a culminating capstone experience.  For research in which human beings participate as subjects conducted under the auspices of Muhlenberg College, by its faculty, students, and staff: such research is subject to review by the College’s Institutional Review Board (IRB). The IRB is the body charged with reviewing, prior to its commencement, all research, and experimental activities in which human beings participate as subjects as well as research by external researchers seeking to use Muhlenberg College students or personnel as research subjects.

Graduate Academic Policies

Academic Standing

Graduate degree students are expected to maintain satisfactory academic progress and a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00 in their primary program of study in order to remain in good standing. 

A student whose end-of-semester record does not meet degree standards will be notified that they have been placed on academic probation and will be allowed two additional courses to raise the GPA to 3.00 and avoid dismissal. If the student achieves a 3.00 within that period, they are returned to and expected to remain in good standing. If the GPA falls below 3.00 a second time, the student will be dismissed. Graduate students can be placed on academic probation only once during the degree program.  

Graduate students who have been dismissed for unsatisfactory scholarship may petition the Dean of Graduate Studies, in writing, for readmission after one term away. If approved, the student will be readmitted on probation and may be dropped again with any additional final course grade below B-. No student may be readmitted more than once.

If a petition for readmission is denied, the student may submit a written appeal for reconsideration to the Vice President and Executive Director, Division of Graduate and Continuing Education, who will convene a committee of administrators and faculty to hear the appeal and render a final decision. The decision of the committee is not eligible for further appeal. 

Class Attendance

Graduate students are responsible for class attendance. Faculty members are not obligated to review class material, grade assignments submitted after the due date, give makeup examinations or make special arrangements to accommodate absences. Individual faculty members may state in the syllabus a maximum number of absences allowed before a student fails a course.

Credit for Work Elsewhere

Acceptance of any credit for prior learning in lieu of courses in a degree program will be at the discretion of the Dean of Graduate Studies and the department chair. All credit for prior learning will be considered transfer credit and is subject to the same conditions as traditional college transfer credit. The Dean of Graduate Studies will forward to the Office of the Registrar original score reports or official ETS transcripts along with an Advanced Standing Form that provides the equivalent course and grade.

Transfer Credit

Students may transfer up to three graduate courses towards their Muhlenberg degree where an equivalency in the degree program is found and in consultation with the program faculty and with the approval of the Dean of Graduate Studies. Students from programs that are designed as GCE partnerships may be allowed to transfer in a higher number of graduate courses (up to a maximum of 50% of the program requirements). Courses must be completed with a grade of B or higher. It is the student’s responsibility to obtain from the transferring institution all necessary credit and course information, which may include transcript, course description, syllabus, and learning outcomes.

Graduate Course Load

Full-time status is indicated for graduate students who register for a minimum of 5 units (20 credit hours) in an academic year or 2 units (8 credit hours each semester) and 1 unit (4 credit hours) in each summer session.  Graduate students enrolled in fewer will be considered part-time status.

Graduate Credit and Grades

Muhlenberg College uses a course system (units) to emphasize the mastery of subject matter in contrast to the credit system that measures achievement in terms of time spent in class. Each course listed in this catalog should be assumed to be one course unit unless an alternate value is given.

A course as a unit of instruction may include a combination of lecture, discussion, recitation, computer work, group projects, and laboratory work. Courses scheduled for instruction each week also include additional instructional activities (e.g., supplemental workshops, participation in lectures and performances, service learning, field work). The course is the entire learning experience, not merely the time spent in the classroom. Such an approach delegates to students greater responsibility for their own education and encourages active learning. Each course unit is of equal value and should be considered the equivalent of four semester hours for conversion purposes.

All graduate courses are assigned a letter grade.  However, graduate internships will be graded on a Pass/Fail basis.

Quality points are assigned to each traditional letter grade by course unit. A student’s grade point average (GPA) is the sum of quality points divided by the total attempted course units. Grades are made available to students via Workday.

Quality points assigned to each traditional letter grade by course unit:

Grade Quality Points for 1 course unit
A+, A 4.0
A- 3.7
B+ 3.3
B 3.0
B- 2.7
C+ 2.3
C 2.0
F 0.0
I Incomplete.  An incomplete may be assigned when the student presents a compelling reason for the inability to complete course requirements by the end of the term.  Incompletes will not be calculated in the GPA until such time as they are converted into a traditional letter grade.  Completion of the work must be arranged with the instructor and a grade submitted to the Registrar no later than 35 days after the deadline for submitting final grades for the semester.  An incomplete grade not assigned a traditional letter grade in 35 days will be recorded as “F”.
VF Academic Integrity Code Violation (no course unit awarded, treated as failing for GPA calculation).
VW Academic Integrity Code Violation Withdrawal (no course unit awarded, no GPA calculation).
W Withdrawal (no course unit awarded, no GPA calculation)

Leave of Absence

A leave of absence indicates the student’s intention to return to the graduate program.

A student considering a leave of absence from the graduate program is strongly encouraged to meet with the Dean of Graduate Studies before completing a Leave of Absence Request. Upon approval, the student may take a leave of absence for up to one year, with an additional year possible by request. Students who need more than two years away from the graduate program will have to apply for readmission.  

The Leave of Absence Request is completed in Workday, the College’s Student Information System and should be submitted prior to the beginning of the semester when the leave would take effect. After the start of classes, the student requesting a leave of absence will also submit a request to drop the course and may be responsible for a prorated course fee.

Leave of Absence and Withdrawal - Medical

Unforeseeable medical issues may occur during the course of the semester which may impact a student’s ability to meet the academic expectations of a particular course. The College, therefore, encourages students to consider carefully their situation, to clarify their objectives, and to consider whether they should temporarily interrupt their study. Students considering a course withdrawal should confer with their advisor and the Dean of Graduate Studies.

Leave of Absence - Military

A graduate student who is called to active military duty should report the obligation for military service in writing to the Dean of Graduate Studies as soon as reasonably possible after receiving the orders. The student will be granted a military leave of absence from the graduate program and will be readmitted with the same academic status achieved when last attending. The length of absence cannot exceed five years.

Readmission/Return After Leave of Absence, Academic Dismissal or Withdrawal from the College

A graduate student wishing to return from an approved leave of absence should contact the Dean of Graduate Studies before registering for classes.

Students who for any reason have not been enrolled for one or more calendar years must petition the Dean of Graduate Studies for readmission. 

Students who have been dismissed for unsatisfactory academic performance are ineligible to enroll for the next term. After one term away, they may petition the Dean of Graduate Studies for readmission. If approved, the student will be readmitted conditionally and may be dismissed again if a final course grade is below a B-.

A student who was either voluntarily or unofficially withdrawn from the College may petition the Dean of Graduate Studies for readmission after one term away.

Repeated courses

Graduate students may retake a course in which they earned a grade of C+, C, or F. Courses in which the student earns a B- or greater cannot be repeated. A student may repeat a course only once. Withdrawal from a course counts as an attempt.

When a course is repeated, only the most recent grade is included in the calculation of the cumulative grade-point average and in the average in the major or minor. A passing grade in a repeated course counts only once for credit toward the course units required for graduation. Both grades, however, appear on the permanent record, with a symbol next to the original grade indicating that the course was later repeated.

Time to Complete Degree

Graduate degrees can be completed either full-time or part-time.  Under most circumstances, a master’s degree will be completed within two years of the initial enrollment and will not exceed five years without the approval of the Dean of Graduate Studies. A graduate certificate will be completed in one year or less and will not exceed three years from the initial enrollment.

Non-Degree Options (Non-Matriculating Students)

Interested students may take up to three graduate units without matriculating in a graduate program.  Students taking a graduate course without having been admitted must have an earned baccalaureate degree, meet course prerequisites, and approval of the Dean of Graduate Studies

Withdrawal from the College

A voluntary withdrawal indicates the student will terminate the graduate program. A student wishing to withdraw from the program must meet with the Dean of Graduate Studies and complete a Request for Institutional Withdrawal in Workday. Students who have withdrawn from a program may apply for and be considered for readmission after a period of one semester.

Adult Undergraduate Programs

Accelerated Programs

The School of Continuing Studies offers accelerated degree completion programs specifically for adult students in the following: Bachelor of Business Administration, major in Business Administration  with optional concentration areas in Business Analytics , Healthcare Management , Human Resources Leadership , Marketing, Project Management  and Supply Chain Management ; and Bachelor of Information Systems, major in Information Systems Management  or Cybersecurity .  Students learn collaboratively in a feedback-intensive program that prepares them for leadership in their chosen field and graduate level academic study.  The curriculum is designed for immediate application to the workplace and develops communication, leadership, and problem-solving skills.

Students in these programs complete 16 modules of study in an online experiential learning environment.  Courses meet synchronously online once a week for a four-hour instructor-led class.  Additional virtual meeting times may be required to complete collaborative projects.   The program concludes with a culminating capstone project.  This project is completed in cooperation with a local not-for-profit or for-profit organization whereby the students act as a consulting group to the organization.  The students then present their findings to a panel of their instructors.

Students who complete the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) or Bachelor of Information Systems (BIS) degree with a cumulative grade-point average of 3.700 or higher (within the accelerated degree program) will have the honor “With Distinction” added to their diploma and their transcript.

Liberal Arts Programs

Adult students with flexible schedules have the option to enroll in traditional undergraduate majors during the day.

Continuing Studies students may also earn the Associate of Arts degree in selected majors or enroll in courses for their own enrichment.  Additionally, the School of Continuing Studies oversees a highly regarded Teacher Certification Program and on-site workplace learning opportunities. See www.muhlenberg.edu/continuingstudies for more information.

Associate of Arts Degree

For some students, completing an associate degree may meet the need for a college degree, as an end in itself or on the way toward a higher degree.

The Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree requires the completion of 16 course units (11 units as Degree Requirements  and 5 units in a concentration). Current concentrations available include  Accounting, Business Administration, Computer Science, and Psychology.

Complete the Pathways for Discovery Curriculum of 11-12 courses

I. Academic Skills
   A. First-Year Seminar - 1 course (FY)
   B. Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning - 1 course (RG)

II. Explore Core
   A. Representations and Creative Expression - 1 course (CE)
   B. Humans, Histories and Social Structures - 1 course (HS)
   C. Meaning and Value - 1 course (MV)
   D. Intercultural Communication - 1 course (IC)
   E. Natural and Physical World -1 course (NP)
   F. Race and Power in the American Experience - 1 course (RP)
   G. Global Perspectives - 1 course (GP)

III. Depth and Integration
   A. Integrative and Experiential Learning (IL) one experience; may be satisfied with two specially approved linked courses or one course approved as intentionally integrative or experiential in nature
   B. If one course will fulfill the Integrative and Experiential Learning requirement, the student will take one additional course in their major or as a general elective.

Complete one of the following four concentrations, five courses each


ACT 101 - Financial Accounting  
ACT 201 - Accounting Information Systems  
ACT 224 - Cost/Managerial Accounting   
ECN 101 - Principles of Macroeconomics  
ECN 102 - Principles of Microeconomics  

Choose MTH 119 Statistical Analysis as “RG”.

Business Administration

ACT 101 - Financial Accounting 
BUS 236 - Management  
BUS 239 - Marketing  
ECN 101 - Principles of Macroeconomics  
ECN 102 - Principles of Microeconomics  

Choose MTH 119 - Statistical Analysis  as “RG”.

Computer Science

One course chosen from CSI 102 - Computer Science I: Introduction to Game Programming  or CSI 106 - Computer Science I: Introduction to Multimedia Computing  or CSI 109 Computer Science I: Introduction to Data Analytics  
CSI 111 - Computer Science II  
CSI 220 - Data Structures & Algorithms  
Two approved CSI electives

Choose MTH 121 - Calculus I  as “RG”.


PSY 101 - Introductory Psychology   (will also fulfill HS)
PSY 103 - Psychological Statistics   (prerequisite of MTH 119)
PSY 104 - Research Methods in Psychology  
PSY elective (chosen in consultation with advisor)
PSY elective in different content area (chosen in consultation with advisor)

Choose MTH 119 - Statistical Analysis  as “RG”.


The School of Continuing Studies offers major certificates in every major offered by the College.  Students pursue certificates to prepare for future graduate study or to upgrade or learn new skills.

Continuing Studies students can also opt to complete a non-credit certificate in Project Management. Courses for this program are eight weeks long. If the student’s knowledge of Project Management is limited, we strongly suggest starting with WPM 101 - Project Management Theory and Practice .

WPM 101 - Project Management Theory & Practice
WPM 201 - Managing Relationships with a Fully Automated and Integrated System
WPM 203 - Earned Value Budgeting
WPM 205 - The Project Management Office 

Summer Study

Muhlenberg College offers a variety of day, evening, and online courses during a series of summer sessions.  These courses, typically offered in an accelerated format, incorporate pedagogy appropriate for full-time undergraduate students.  All course units and grades earned through summer study at Muhlenberg are attributed to the total program of the student and influence the cumulative grade point average and academic standing of the student accordingly.  Summer study schedules are available through the School of Continuing Studies in January.

Veteran Education

The Division of Graduate and Continuing Education is proud to support military personnel and veterans seeking to continue their education.  Our advisors can help veterans explore majors, understand their benefits, register for classes each semester, and provide ongoing assistance from orientation to graduation. 

Honorably discharged veterans who served on Active Duty may be eligible for education benefits offered by the Department of Veterans Affairs. For example, the Post-9/11 GI Bill® provides financial support for educational and housing expenses to individuals with at least 90 days of aggregate service after September 10, 2001, or individuals discharged with a service-connected disability after 30 days.

Members of the military who are currently serving may be eligible for funding offered through the Department of Defense Tuition Assistance Program. 

Spouses and children of a service member who is serving on active duty Title 10 orders in the pay grades of E1-E5, O1-O2, or W1-W2 may be eligible for financial assistance from the Department of Defense for education, training, and/or the occupational license and credentials necessary for a portable career.  Additionally, spouses and children may be eligible for the transfer of the service member’s Post 9/11 GI Bill® benefits.

Yellow Ribbon Program

‌Under the Yellow Ribbon program tuition and fees are fully covered for veterans with 100% eligibility under the Post 9/11 GI Bill®.

Muhlenberg College has partnered with the US Department of Veterans Affairs in offering this scholarship which covers the difference between the cost of tuition and the reimbursed amount provided by the Post 9/11 GI Bill®, thereby covering 100% of the tuition for eligible veterans.

**The Yellow Ribbon scholarship increases the amount of tuition benefit available, please be aware however, that it does not extend the amount of time available beyond the 36 month period allocated by the Post 9/11 GI Bill®.

GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government Web site at www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.

2024-2025 Continuing Studies Undergraduate Tuition Rates

$1,955 per evening or summer course. 
       Audit rate is $977.50
$4,330 per daytime course.
       Audit rate is $2,165
$     25 technology fee per course (up to $100 per semester)
$2,040 per module for Accelerated Degree Programs (includes books & technology fee)
$   825 per course for non-credit Certificate in Project Management (includes books & technology fee)
$   850 per course for non-credit Foundations of DEIB


Continuing Studies Accelerated Degree Completion Program

Non-Credit Continuing Studies Certificate

Master’s Program

Graduate Certificate


Continuing Studies Accelerated

Project Management Non Credit Certificate


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