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Jefferson(Philadelphia University Thomas Jefferson University)East Falls CampusAcademic Catalog 2018-20194201 Henry AvenuePhiladelphia, Pennsylvania catalog1

Mission StatementJefferson (Philadelphia University Thomas Jefferson University) is a comprehensive, professionaluniversity with preeminence in transdisciplinary, experiential education, research and discovery. Wedeliver exceptional value for 21st century students with excellence in architecture, business, design,engineering, fashion, health, humanities, medicine, science and textiles. We improve lives by redefininghumanly possible.Anti-Discrimination PolicyThomas Jefferson University does not discriminate on any condition of ethnicity or ancestry, or on thebasis of creed, race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation ordisability in its admissions, education programs, activities or employment practices. This policy is inaccordance with state and federal laws, including Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.Responsibility to Keep InformedThe programs, policies, procedures, requirements, tuition and fees described in this catalog are subjectto change without notice, at the discretion of the University.Students are ultimately responsible for their own progress toward graduation; they are expected to usethe academic catalog as a reference handbook and to familiarize themselves with the principal policiesand procedures contained therein. The online version of this academic catalog( is updated annually. Students are responsible formonitoring the website concerning changes to policies and procedures that might affect their progresstoward graduation and for regularly checking campus mailboxes and University email as a means ofkeeping informed.AccreditationJefferson is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, 3624 Market Street,Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104 (267-284-5000). The Middle States Commission on Higher Education isan institutional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education and the Council forHigher Education Accreditation.2

A Brief History of the UniversityTwo Legacies Joined by One VisionUnifying two renowned legacies of innovation, education, research and professional excellence,Jefferson (Philadelphia University Thomas Jefferson University) has more than three combinedcenturies of history. Driven by this newly united and robust past, Jefferson delivers unique and highimpact professional education to our students in the areas of architecture, business, design,engineering, fashion, health, humanities, medicine, science and textiles.PHILADELPHIA UNIVERSITYPhiladelphia University’s roots trace back to the 1876 Centennial Exposition, when local textilemanufacturers noticed that Philadelphia’s textile industry trailed its rivals’ capacity, technology andability. In 1880, they formed the Philadelphia Association of Manufacturers of Textile Fabrics, withTheodore C. Search as its president. Search joined the board of directors of the Philadelphia Museum andSchool of Industrial Art (now the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the University of the Arts), thinking itthe perfect partner for his plans for a school, and began fundraising in 1882. In early 1884, Search taughtthe first classes at the Philadelphia Textile School, which officially opened on November 5, 1884.In 1942, the Philadelphia Textile School was granted the right to award baccalaureate degrees andchanged its name to the Philadelphia Textile Institute (PTI). In 1949, PTI moved to its present site in theEast Falls section of Philadelphia, and in 1961, changed its name to Philadelphia College of Textiles andScience. The College’s student population doubled between 1954 and 1964, and doubled again by 1978,with the addition of programs in the arts, sciences and business administration. In 1976, PhiladelphiaCollege of Textiles and Science offered its first graduate degree, the Master of Business Administration,and to better reflect the institution’s breadth and depth, it applied for and was granted university statusby the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 1999. It changed its name to Philadelphia University on July13, 1999.THOMAS JEFFERSON UNIVERSITYFounded in 1824 as Jefferson Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University is a story that includesintrigue, innovation and boldness, with the lead played by Dr. George McClellan. A prominentPhiladelphia physician, Dr. McClellan believed in teaching medical students by having them observeexperienced doctors treating patients and participate in supervised, hands-on care. His belief was thespur that created Jefferson Medical College and reshaped the way medicine would be taught nationally.In 1877, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital was established and Jefferson Medical College becamethe second medical school in the country with a separate teaching hospital. Joining Jefferson MedicalCollege in 1891 was the Jefferson Hospital Training College for Nurses, and in 1967 the College of AlliedHealth Sciences. The University was officially established in 1969, the same year the College of GraduateStudies was opened (now known as the College of Biomedical Sciences). In 1991, the NCI-designatedSidney Kimmel Cancer Center was established, thanks to a groundbreaking gift from the Sidney KimmelFoundation, and in 2006 the University had renamed and added the Schools of Nursing and HealthProfessions. Two years later, the Schools of Pharmacy and Population Health were formed. In 2014, theSidney Kimmel Foundation bestowed a 110 million gift to Jefferson – the largest gift in its history – andJefferson Medical College became Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University.3

The University TodayThe new Jefferson was established on July 1, 2017, as a result of the merger of these two renowneduniversities. Through a shared and unique approach to education, Jefferson is nationally andinternationally recognized for many historical “firsts” including the first surgical use of anesthesia inPhiladelphia; the blending of quail feathers and wool to create the Army’s ubiquitous olive drab as analternative to dark blue and light-colored khaki military uniforms; the first successful open-heartoperation using a heart-lung machine; and the first bifurcated aortal graft using knit fibers needed forartificial blood vessels.Today, we are a professional university that defies convention and dedicates itself to collaborative,transdisciplinary and interprofessional approaches to learning that offers a vibrant and expandableplatform for education. Through this unique model, we are preparing our students for current and yetto-be-imagined careers – setting tomorrow’s standards by breaking today’s.4

The East Falls CampusThe 50 buildings on the University’s 100-acre campus range from historic Victorian mansions tocontemporary classrooms, library and residential facilities. In January 2013, the University opened theDEC Center: a new, innovative academic building housing the Kanbar College of Design, Engineering andCommerce built specifically to foster interdisciplinary collaboration.Along with The Gallagher Athletic, Recreation and Convocation Center, the Kanbar Campus Center, a72,000-square-foot social hub for the campus community, has helped transform our main campus and ismaking a dramatic impact on the academic and social environment for all members of the Universitycommunity. The Gallagher Athletic, Recreation and Convocation Center is home to three regulation-sizebasketball courts, a state-of-the-art fitness center, aerobics studio, a racquetball court and an elevatedjogging track, as well as a 251-space underground parking garage. In addition, athletic facilities oncampus include a baseball field, softball field, tennis courts, and soccer and lacrosse fields.The University is located close to beautiful countryside, urban life, concert venues, galleries andmuseums, great restaurants and theaters. The tree-lined East Falls Campus is located on the edge ofPhiladelphia’s Fairmount Park in the beautiful residential area of East Falls, just 15 minutes from historicCenter City Philadelphia. Most students live in on-campus housing, including co-ed and single-sexresidence halls, townhouses and two- or three-bedroom apartments. One of our highlighted housingfacilities is the recently opened Residences at Falls Center; apartments in the complex include state-ofthe-art kitchens, spacious bathrooms and beautiful views of the city of Philadelphia. The facility has anauditorium, studio and lounge space, and convenience store.The East Falls Campus is wireless and provides for a highly sophisticated technology environment.5

Alphabetical List of East Falls Campus Undergraduate Degree,Concentration, Certificate and Minor alizationCertificateAccountingAnimation & eArchitecture / RealEstate DevelopmentArchitecturalEngineeringArchitectural StudiesBehavioral and ychologyBuilding TechnologyBusinessBusiness AdministrationBuying andMerchandisingBusiness for NonBusiness MajorsBusiness ManagementChemistryChildhood nabilityExercise ScienceFashion MSMCer(UnitedWayonly)MBSBSEMBSMMBSM6

Fashion IndustryManagementFashion Merchandisingand ManagementFashion Value Chain &InnovationFinanceGeneticsGeographic InformationSystemsGlobal Brand StrategyGraphic DesignCommunicationHealth SciencesHealth Sciences/AthleticTrainingHealth Sciences/Community TraumaCounselingHealth Sciences/Occupational TherapyHealthSciences/PhysicianAssistant StudiesHealth and HumanServicesHealth and HumanServices – RadiologicTechnologyHealth ServicesManagementHealth ServicesManagement: BusinessHealth ServicesManagement:PsychologyHistorical PreservationHuman ResourcesManagementIndustrial DesignIndustrial & SystemsEngineeringInfluencers of ChildhoodDevelopmentInformation SystemsInformation TechnologyInterior DesignMBSSBSMMMSBSBSMBS/MSBS/MSBS/MSBS/MSAABSBS (Onlineonly)BS (Onlineonly)MBSBSMCBSBSMMM7

Interior Design /Sustainable DesignInternational BusinessLandscape ArchitectureLandscapeArch/GeodesignLandscape DesignLandscape PlanningLaw and SocietyLaw EnforcementLeadershipLeadership in EmergencyServicesLeadership in HomelandSecurityManagementMarketingMechanical EngineeringMultimedia andVisualizationOccupational yPhysician AssistantStudiesPre-MBAPre-Medical ation andEmerging ology/ CommunityTrauma CounselingPublic HealthReal Estate DevelopmentSocial SciencesSustainable DesignTextile DesignTextile ABSMBS/MSMBSCBS (Onlineonly)BSMBS/MSBS/MSBSMMMMC8

Textile MaterialsTechnologyValue Chain andInnovationVisual StudiesWeb Design andDevelopmentBSBSMSMM9

Alphabetical List of East Falls Campus Graduate Degree ProgramsDEGREE PROGRAMSClinical Doctorate in Occupational TherapyDoctor of Philosophy in Textile Engineering and ScienceDoctor of Management in Strategic LeadershipDoctorate of MidwiferyInternational Master of Science in Fashion Design ManagementMaster of ArchitectureMaster of Business Administration (Innovation MBA – Hybrid program; Innovation MBA Online; orStrategic Design MBA)Master of Science in ArchitectureMaster of Science in Athletic TrainingMaster of Science in Community and Trauma CounselingMaster of Science in Construction ManagementMaster of Science in Disaster Medicine and Management – Hybrid programMaster of Science in Global Fashion EnterpriseMaster of Science in Geospatial Technology for GeodesignMaster of Science in Industrial DesignMaster of Science in Interior ArchitectureMaster of Science in MidwiferyMaster of Science in Modeling Simulation and Data AnalysisMaster of Science in Occupational TherapyMaster of Science in Physician Assistant StudiesMaster of Surfacing ImagingMaster of Science in Real Estate DevelopmentMaster of Science in Sustainable Design (Online option)Master of Science in TaxationMaster of Science in Textile DesignMaster of Science in Textile EngineeringMaster of Science in User Experience and Interaction DesignOTHER DEGREESCombined Degrees:10

B.S. / M.S. ProgramsB.S. in Health Sciences/M.S. in Physician Assistant StudiesB.S in Health Sciences/M.S. in Occupational TherapyB.S. in Health Science/M.S. in Community and Trauma CounselingB.S. in Health Science/M.S. in Athletic TrainingB.S. in Psychology/M.S. in Occupational Therapy B.S. in Psychology/M.S. in Community and Trauma Counseling4 1 Option: B.S./MBA Programs B.S. Interior Design /M.S. Sustainable Design B.S./M.S. Programs BLA/M.S. Geospatial Technology for Geodesign1 1 Option: M.S./M.S. Sustainable Design & Construction ManagementGRADUATE AND POST-GRADUATE CERTIFICATE PROGRAMSAdvanced Studies in Trauma CounselingBusiness and Organizational ContinuityChildhood Trauma StudiesDisaster Medicine and ManagementMidwifery – Hybrid programReal Estate DevelopmentSustainable Practices11

Student LifeThe Division of Student Life offers comprehensive programs and services that foster an educationalenvironment conducive to the holistic development of students. By building bridges between thecurricular and co-curricular experiences, Student Life educators provide opportunities for students tobecome successful, competent, lifelong learners. Information on specific programs and services follow.In support of the University mission, the Division of Student Life supports Jefferson graduates To thrive in multiple, varied and diverse environments. To construct an understanding of self to inform decisions. To employ their influence to improve the greater community. To develop skills and knowledge for personal and professional advancement.12

he Department of Athletics and Recreation affords students opportunities to participate in a challengingand competitive varsity sports program and engaging recreation and wellness activities. The ultimategoal is to enrich students’ lives in college and enhance their preparation for full and rewarding lives aftercollege. All programs are designed to enhance physical and emotional health and to complementacademic success. The varsity sports program complies with the principles of fair play and amateurcompetition as defined by the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference and National Collegiate AthleticAssociation (Division II).Program Learning GoalsThe Department of Athletics achieves its mission by establishing the following learning goals forstudents: To construct a greater understanding of self through their experiences in athletics.To demonstrate the ability to perform as a collaborative unit.To engage in experiences to enhance community relations.To challenge the viewpoints of themselves and others to expand awareness of difference.To choose behaviors, skills and habits that support their overall health and well-being.The University offers 17 intercollegiate sports competing at the NCAA Division II level: baseball, men’sand women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s soccer, men’s andwomen’s track, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s golf; and women’s lacrosse, rowing,softball and volleyball. The University holds membership in the National Collegiate Athletic Association(NCAA) and the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC). Athletic scholarships are available, andinterested students should contact the Department of Athletics at 215.951.2720 for more information.Physical Education is an optional elective course, available through the Department of Athletics andFitness and Wellness Center.Recreation Program215.951.2723The Department of Athletics organizes and promotes structured and competitive recreational, fitnessand wellness activities that are open to full-time students, faculty and staff. The Recreation Programprovides an opportunity for everyone to participate in enjoyable physical activity and to develop anappreciation for the benefits of physical exercise. Activities are offered in league/tournament format,fitness programs, instructional programming, informal recreation, club sports and special recreationevents for student organizations.13

Fitness and Wellness215.951.2906The Fitness and Wellness program promotes health through all dimensions in order to enhancelongevity and the quality of life to all students, faculty and staff. We offer programs such as groupexercise, personal training and “lunch and learn” seminars. Our Fitness Center features state-of-the-artexercise equipment, including Life Fitness cardiovascular and resistant machines, and Hammer Strengthmulti-racks and Olympic bars. Each year, the department holds the annual Wellness Fair, where theUniversity has the opportunity to further its education and knowledge in an ever-changing fitness field.FacilitiesJefferson hosts athletic events in The Gallagher Athletic, Recreation and Convocation Center, as well asthe Alumni Field and Ravenhill Athletic Field. The campus also features six tennis courts, a softball field,a state-of-the-art fitness center, a racquetball court, an aerobics studio and an elevated track. Offcampus facilities include the Legacy Indoor Tennis Center, Penn Charter High School turf field, the ACEGolf Club and the Crescent Boat Club (Boathouse Row), home of our Women’s Rowing Crew program.Check out Athletics at RAMS!MARIANNE ABLE CAREER SERVICES CENTERThe Career Services Office is located in the Kanbar Campus Center, Suite collaboration with internal and external partnerships, the Career Services Center provides centralizedand comprehensive career exploration, professional development, and internship and job searchassistance.Consistent with the University’s multi-disciplinary, professionally focused education, the Career ServicesCenter strives to assist students and alumni in defining and achieving their individual professional goals,connecting with industry partners through experiential education and professional opportunities.ServicesThe Career Services Center offers all students and alumni with career and professional developmentassistance, along with opportunities to develop skills for a meaningful career. Career Services providesindividual advising by qualified counselors, as well as opportunities to connect with employers via onlinejob listings, employer networking receptions, career seminars and on-campus recruiting.Starting freshman year, students can work with counselors to identify their skills, values and interests tohelp them develop a solid, individualized career plan.14

Career Services partners with faculty from all schools to present meaningful instruction on varioustopics, including résumé writing, interview skills, internships, and job-search strategies and networking.All students and alumni may post résumés and apply for positions through HireJefferson, the CareerServices Center’s online job posting system.Career Services manages the academic internship program, and provides support and resources tostudents for securing an internship position and academic credit for the experience. Students who areinterested in learning about earning academic credit for an internship experience should visit theInternships section of the Career Services website. Employer networking receptions, Career Fairs, DesignExpo, Employer Portfolio Development Sessions, career panels, mock interviews, on-campus interviewsand other activities allow students to interact personally with employers and alumni to learn moreabout career opportunities in a more personalized setting.The most important factor contributing to student success in entering the job market is studentengagement in the career-development process. The Career Services Center encourages students tomeet one-on-one with a counselor early on for career planning and throughout their academic careersto learn the latest job search strategies that contribute to a student’s ability to secure meaningful careerpositions and acceptance into graduate programs.COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAMSThe Office of Community Service Programs is located in the Office of Student Engagement in The KanbarCampus Center, Room 301.215.951.2856Jefferson believes that community service initiatives are a central part of the undergraduate experience.Accordingly, the Office of Community Service Learning works to increase student access to thecommunity service opportunities, serves as an informational resource about community agencies,supports students' civic engagement and promotes service as a tool for learning.The goal of the Office of Community Service Learning is to develop students into community-consciousleaders who have an active and engaged relationship with the city of Philadelphia, surroundingneighborhoods and the broader context of society. Participation in community service projects andinitiatives provides opportunities for students to relate classroom theory to real-world experiences.Students will gain a better understanding of the world around them and the importance of acting asagents of positive change.There are several ways in which students can take advantage of these opportunities. Students can enrollin SERVE-101: Learning and Serving in Philadelphia. Students have two enrollment options: earn a freestanding credit or use the course to satisfy one or both of their PE graduation requirements. SERVE-101is designed to create an opportunity to understand the reciprocal nature and responsibility of citizenshipthrough both practical applications and critical reflection. Additionally, annual service-based traditionson campus include the Habitat for Humanity, AIDS Walk, Relay for Life and the Red Cross Blood Drive.15

Students interested in finding a way to serve in the community can contact the Office of CommunityService at, and the staff will help connect students with localorganizations meeting their areas of interest.COMMUTER SERVICESThe Office of Commuter Services is located in the Student Engagement Office in The Kanbar CampusCenter, Room Services provides resources, programs and information to meet the needs of off-campus andcommuting students as well as potential off-campus students. We provide a range of engagement andinvolvement opportunities that assist in their connection to the campus community and one another.Whether it is welcoming new commuters to Jefferson, assisting students in finding off-campus housingand/or roommates, or continuing to build the commuter community, the Associate Director of StudentActivities and Commuter Leaders are dedicated to serving the needs of commuting and off-campusstudents.What makes Jefferson commuter services stand out?Commuter Cash (C-Cash)C-Cash is an incentive program to promote campus connection and involvement for first-year studentswho live off-campus. Students can earn C-Cash for attending campus events, turning in good grades andparticipating in campus life. At the end of the semester, students can use C-Cash to win various prizes.Commuter Leaders (CLs)Commuter Leaders are upper class, off-campus students who serve as resources and guides for first-yearcommuters. A CL’s primary responsibility is to help introduce new commuters and off-campus studentsto Jefferson and to assist them in their transition into college life. First-year commuters are assigned aCL before the academic year begins according to the first letter of their last name. Commuter Leadersare the main tool in connecting new commuting students with the campus community and one another.COUNSELING SERVICESThe Office of Counseling Services is located in The Kanbar Campus Center, Suite 323.215.951.2868Counseling for personal concerns—including anxiety, adjustment to college, depression, stress, misuseor abuse of alcohol or other drugs, and other issues—is available to all full-time students at no charge.Counseling is provided on a short-term basis by licensed professionals who understand the special needsof University students. Referrals to area agencies and practitioners are made for those who need morespecialized or long-term care. Students are encouraged to make appointments in advance by calling ext.2868 or sending an email to experiencing more urgent concerns are directed to use the Drop-In Hour, 4 to 5 p.m. eachweekday during the regular academic year. All information shared with counselors is held in strictconfidence, as long as there is no clear and imminent danger to the student or others.16

DINING SERVICES215.951.2924diningservices@PhilaU.eduThe Ravenhill Dining Hall provides students with a large variety of meal selections, including manyhealthy choices, with unlimited seconds for students dining in. It features creations from all over theworld at Bravisimo, fresh dough pizzas from Pepperazzi’s, delicious fresh salads and mouth-wateringsandwiches from the Deli, as well as fresh-stock soups and favorite home-cooked foods.The dining hall is open regular hours during the day Monday through Friday, serving breakfast from 7:15to 10:15 a.m., continental breakfast from 10:15 to 11 a.m., lunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., lite lunch from2 to 5 p.m. and dinner from 5 to 8:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday and until 7 p.m. on Fridays. On theweekends, it is open for brunch from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., lite lunch from 2 to 5 p.m. and dinner from4:30 to 7 p.m. Saturday and 8:30 p.m. Sunday. Ravenhill operates Sunday to Thursday as a retail LateNight option and lounge from 8:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. offering “On-the-Go!”, pizza, street foods andsweets.The Kanbar Campus Center offers a variety of dining options, including The Common Thread, TheCommon Thread Express and Ted’s.The Common Thread, located on the lower level, offers fresh burgers and hand-cut french fries,Philadelphia cheesesteaks and other favorites at the grill. The deli offers whole roasted turkey and roastbeef along with other deli favorites and sides. Homemade fresh-stock soups, baked pastas and entréescooked to order also are available. Common Thread is open from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday throughThursday, and 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Friday.The Common Thread Express is our convenient online ordering system. Place your order for your freshlymade grain bowl, or salad pick up at your designated time. The pick-up window is adjacent to CommonThread and open Monday-Friday 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.Ted’s, located on the main level, offers “On-the-Go!” and convenience items in the store, as well asfresh dough pizzas, hot subs, Starbucks coffee, ice cream and fresh-baked products. Ted’s is opencontinuously Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to midnight, and noon to midnight on Saturdaysand Sundays.The Tuttleman Cafe, located in The Tuttleman Center, offers coffee and lite fare. It is open 7:45 a.m. to6:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 7:45 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Friday.All students living on campus, with the exception of those residing in the townhouses or apartments, arerequired to purchase a meal plan. Commuting, townhouse and apartment students may purchase ameal plan or use the dining facilities on a cash basis.THE OFFICE OF STUDENT ACCESSIBILITY SERVICESThe Office of Student Accessibility Services is located in The Kanbar Campus Center, Suite 102.17

215.951.6830Jefferson does not discriminate on the basis of disability, in accordance with the Americans withDisabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. The University providesaccommodations for students with disabilities, who are eligible for accommodations and who seekaccommodations. All students interested in receiving accommodations must contact AccessibilityServices by email ( or by phone (215.951.6830) or by visiting our office(Kanbar 102D). Students must follow the process for accommodations, which includes: Intake,Documentation Requirements, Eligibility Determination and Faculty Notification. Information onservices can also be obtained at: rvices.Students requesting accommodations in the classroom must present a current accommodation letterfrom the Accessibility Services to the instructor before accommodations may be provided. TheUniversity works with students with disabilities regarding equal access to all services and programs.Requests for accommodations may be made at any time (although accommodations are notretroactive). The University encourages all students who have any inquiries to contact disability services.Further information on documentation requirements and services is available yservices.INTERNATIONAL AND EXCHANGE STUDENT PROGRAMSThe Office of International and Exchange Student Programs is located in The Kanbar Campus Center,Suite ationalservicesThe University has a long history of educating students from all over the world, representingapproximately 30 different countries. The Office of International and Exchange Student Programsimplements two orientation programs per year for undergraduate and graduate international students.The Office also provides ongoing support in terms of immigration advising, work permission

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