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Thank you for your interest in taking graduate courses at Binghamton University! We provide course information online:

  • You can browse our schedule of courses online to get a glimpse of typical semester offerings.
  • Please also see the University Bulletin for a complete listing of courses, programs, and other University information.

Courses may be taken on a non-degree basis for those interested in taking a few courses for professional development or general interest. To take non-degree courses, you will need to submit a non-degree application after reviewing the schedule of classes to see if those of interest are offered for the semester for which you are applying. A limited number of non-degree courses (varies by academic program) may be counted toward a degree. In order to earn a degree, you must formally apply, be admitted, and enroll in a degree program.

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Last Updated: 11/4/11