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Winter and Spring Courses

Download the undergraduate evening/online schedule for Wintersession and Spring 2020.

Download the graduate course schedule for Wintersession and Spring 2020.

Note: both winter and spring courses are listed under the Spring 2020 term in Class Search.

The first step in taking a class at Salem State is to choose the option that best fits your needs, then think about next steps depending on who you are.

Visiting or Considering Us

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If you are at Salem State for a short time, such as the summer or winter term, the course enrollment process is a little different, but rest assured — you’ll receive the same level of support.

 

Visiting Undergraduate

Taking a class or classes here to count toward a degree elsewhere.

 

Considering an Undergraduate Program

Trying a class or two to see if Salem State is right for you.

 

Visiting Graduate

Stopping by Salem State to take classes for your professional degree.

 

Considering a Graduate Program

Try classes in your field before applying to graduate school.

Personal and Professional Development

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You’re invited to pursue a longstanding interest or get better at a crucial workplace skill. From teacher licensure to business analytics, our classes will fulfill your needs.

Certificates and Licensure
Take the next step in your career with a teacher licensure program or a graduate certificate.

 

Personal Enrichment

Planning to take a class for fun or to grow personally and intellectually.

 

Professional Development

Ready to develop professional skills or want to help employees?

Students Earning a Degree

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Enroll for next semester's classes, whether you're earning your bachelor's degree full-time or part-time.

Traditional Undergraduate

Earning an undergraduate degree full-time

Part-Time Undergraduate

Taking 12 credits or fewer this semester.

Master's Degree Students

Choosing your classes for your graduate degree at Salem State

 

Have a Question?

You have many course options, and we can help you make a decision. Drop by our Student Navigation Center, and we’ll get you on the right path.

 

Student Navigation Center Hours

Monday-Thursday: 8:30 am-5 pm
Friday: 10 am-5 pm
Central Campus, Second Floor, Classroom Building

Contact Us

Email: navcenter@salemstate.edu
Phone: 978.542.8000
Fax: 978.542.8520

 

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