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You are eligible to take graduate-level courses if:
Most graduate courses are offered four times a year in January, April, July and October. Graduate courses offered by the School of Business and Management are offered six times a year in January, March, May, July, September and November. A typical course load is 6 credits per term and degrees may be earned in 18 months or less. Online courses are guided by mentors, most of whom have practical experience and earned doctoral degrees. All online courses are delivered through myEdison®, - the University’s online course management system that utilizes the Moodle platform. Students are expected to have experience and proficiency using a computer, browsing the Web and sending and receiving email. Upon acceptance, students will be sent a seven digit College ID number and password. Graduate students in the W. Cary Edwards School of Nursing should refer to the information on online nursing courses in previous sections of this publication.
You may register for courses in several ways during scheduled registration periods (see the Academic Calendar for exact registration dates). Please note that no registrations will be accepted by mail during late registration periods.
The following options require the use of a paper Graduate Registration Form, which may be accessed at www.tesu.edu/current-students/student-forms.
Please note that after April 1, 2017, we cannot process your credit or debit card information in-person, by mail, fax or phone. Please use Online Student Services (OSS) for registration payments using your debit card, credit card or via electronic check.
Late registration for all courses will take place following the close of regular registration. Only online registrations will be accepted during this period. All late registrations must include the late registration fee. Students who mail in registrations postmarked after the close of the regular registration period will not be processed and will be contacted.
Graduate students are eligible for Federal Direct Student Loans. Detailed information may be found in the Financial Aid Packet, which may be accessed through the Thomas Edison State University website or by contacting the Office of Financial Aid at (609) 777-5680 or firstname.lastname@example.org.