Areas of Study and Courses
The course unit system is the method for determining progress. Each course is equal to one unit of credit, unless otherwise noted. Each course unit is equivalent to the following credits or semester hours:
000 to 400-level undergraduate courses are equivalent to four credits.
500 to 800-level graduate course are equivalent to three credits
900-level undergraduate Accelerated Degree Program courses are equivalent to three credits.
The fall and spring semesters are 14 weeks in length, with an additional one week final exam period. The Accelerated Degree Program uses a continuous term calendar. The January Interim semester runs for approximately three weeks. Interim course offerings are listed in a separate brochure.
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- Lifestyle Options
- Assistance and Supervision
- Living Expenses
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- Social Regulations
- Sexual Harassment Policy
- Alcoholic Beverage Policy
- Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs
- Judiciary Process
- Degrees and Graduation
- General Studies
- Combined Majors
- Education and Teacher Certification Programs
- Individualized Study
- Interdisciplinary Majors
- Minors (Special Programs)
- Pre-Professional Programs
- January Interim
- Writing Across the Curriculum
- Experiential Learning and Career Development Center (ELCDC)
- Study Abroad / Off-Campus Study
- International Study
- Domestic Study
- Faculty-Led Research
- Undergraduate Research
- Honors Program
- Higher Education Council of Berks County
- Summer Program
- Albright College School of Professional Studies
- Albright Lifelong Learning
Albright College reserves the right to amend the administrative policies, academic policies and disciplinary regulations described in this catalog without prior notice. Information about expenses, fees and other charges are for the current academic year. All fees and charges are subject to change.
Albright College is committed to a policy of equal opportunity and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, veteran status, marital status or disability. This policy extends to all educational services and employment programs of the College.
Students with questions or concerns should contact the office of the assistant dean of academic support, disability support services and minority retention at 610-921-7662 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Faculty, administrators, staff and student employees should contact the director of human resources and affirmative action coordinator at 610-921-7629 or email@example.com.