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More Choices. More Opportunities with Our Academic Calendar.

Seize New Possibilities at the Erie Campus

Four-year and graduate programs at the Erie campus consist of two 14-week sessions, and a one-month January term, as of Fall 2013. The new 4-1-4 term system is a change from the University's prior trimester academic year.

Extra Advantages of a January Term

The January term offers exciting opportunities for students in the School of Health Professions and Public Health. Hands-on, engaged learning opportunities abound.

Internships, study abroad, research projects, and in-depth studies with one focus will give students an extra edge in hands-on experience. Exploration of cutting-edge issues is now more possible.

Incoming students are required to complete 121 credits for four-year degrees, and generally 10 courses a year.

Full details and frequently asked questions and answers are found here

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Reach Goals Faster at North East Campus

One and two-year programs at North East campus consist of fall and spring semesters plus summer, as a new academic calendar starting Fall 2013. The fall semester starts concurrently with Erie campus, at the first week in September. Spring semester begins in mid-January.

Finals and Graduation Day are held generally the second week in May and in late August.

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Excel in Graduate Programs

Master of Science, Exercise Science 

Due to the clinical focus of our program, the program is completed in a calendar year and is five consecutive terms of classes. Students begin in summer session, in June, complete the traditional academic year with three trimesters (Fall, Winter and Spring), and then complete a second summer term.

Master of Science, Physician Assistant Studies

The 24-month program begins in June 2014.

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