Continuing Education Courses
Marlboro’s continuing education courses give students the opportunity to increase their knowledge in a specific subject or to “test drive” a degree or certificate program. For those who’ve been out of the classroom for a long period of time, continuing education courses also offer a way to ease back into the student routine.
Courses may be taken for credit or audited for no credit. Most courses are 3 credits; a maximum of 9 credits may be earned without matriculating as a degree student. Until that threshold is met, there are no admissions requirements for continuing education courses, which are offered on a space-available basis. If you decide to pursue a degree program after taking one or more continuing education courses, your course credits can be applied toward your final degree in most cases.
Costs vary by course – between $445 and $745 per credit and a flat fee of $500 for audited courses. An enrollment deposit of $250 guarantees your spot in the course and is applied to the total payment.