School of Professional and Continuing Studies

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Why Fordham School of Professional and Continuing Studies?

Our wide-ranging professional and continuing studies programs won’t just shape your career – they’ll offer a transformative experience.

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Fordham University’s School of Professional and Continuing Studies (PCS) is dedicated to meeting the academic interests and practical needs of working adults. By delivering a prestigious Fordham University education at a competitive, affordable price, we bring college graduation and professional dreams to life.

We offer Bachelor’s degrees, master’s degrees, professional certificates, and a pre-med program, designed for the working professional. 

  • Evening, weekend, and online classes are available at three campus locations, the Bronx, Lincoln Center, and Westchester.
  • Ranked as a top Military-Friendly Yellow Ribbon University by Military Times. We offer unlimited Yellow Ribbon seats to veterans.
  • Classes have 10 to 20 students, on average, so you’ll know your teachers and classmates and receive the support you need.
  • Flexible transfer credit opportunities for our undergraduate programs: We accept up to 75 credits and offer multiple ways to receive credits including life experience.

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Flexible Schedule Classes meet once a week, in the evenings, on weekends, online.

School of Professional and Continuing Studies

We offer students a wide variety of rigorous academic programs geared toward the interests and needs of the adult learner. As a Fordham student, you'll get an education that is flexible, personal, comprehensive, and affordable.

PCS News

Alumni Aid in the Renovation of John F. Kennedy International Airport Terminal

Alumni Aid in the Renovation of John F. Kennedy International Airport Terminal

John F. Kennedy International Airport Terminal One in 2018. Embedded photos courtesy of Anthony Pastore Thanks to connections made at Fordham’s School of Professional and Continuing Studies, faculty and alumni …

Real Estate Grads Work On Renovation of JFK Airport Terminal

Real Estate Grads Work On Renovation of JFK Airport Terminal

John F. Kennedy International Airport Terminal One in 2018. Photos below courtesy of Anthony Pastore Thanks to connections made at Fordham’s School of Professional and Continuing Studies, faculty and alumni …

Fordham Real Estate Institute to host Dec. 2nd Panel of Affordable Housing Experts

Fordham Real Estate Institute to host Dec. 2nd Panel of Affordable Housing Experts

NEW YORK (Nov. 18, 2022) – Amid a housing crisis in NYC that is disproportionately affecting low-income households, Fordham Real Estate Institute (REI) will host a panel of experts on …

Marine Corps, Fordham, and Determination Pave Path for Immigrant Kevin Flores, Recently Selected as Prestigious White House Fellow

Marine Corps, Fordham, and Determination Pave Path for Immigrant Kevin Flores, Recently Selected as Prestigious White House Fellow

NEW YORK (Nov. 11, 2022) – Kevin Flores, a Fordham University 2015 alumnus who attended the School of Professional and Continuing Studies after serving in the Marine Corps for six …

Fordham Women’s Summit: Change Catalysts Highlight Importance of Paying it Forward, Finding Purpose

Fordham Women’s Summit: Change Catalysts Highlight Importance of Paying it Forward, Finding Purpose

Photos by Chris Taggart The sixth annual Fordham Women’s Summit, held at the Lincoln Center campus on Oct. 19, featured women leaders who were “firsts” in a variety of fields—the …

Health informatics is the future and Fordham is at the forefront

Health informatics is the future and Fordham is at the forefront

June 2021 In the mid-1980s, John Chelsom was an engineer studying for his Ph. D., working on a project to use Artificial Intelligence to manage the care of critically ill …

Local university offers tuition reduction to adult learners in the Bronx

Local university offers tuition reduction to adult learners in the Bronx

A college campus, particularly that of a private school, can often feel like a world apart. After all, students spend many hours living, studying, playing, and working in a handful …

Immigrant Advocate Shares Challenges of Helping Influx of Asylum Seekers

Immigrant Advocate Shares Challenges of Helping Influx of Asylum Seekers

Photo by Patrick Verel In late April, Murad Awawdeh, PCS’19, knew something was wrong. It was around then that the New York Immigration Coalition, where he is executive director, started …

Inflation and rising interest highlighted at real estate forum

Inflation and rising interest highlighted at real estate forum

As seen in the Westchester & Fairfield County Business Journals By Peter Katz Fordham University’s Real Estate Institute and The Business Council of Westchester joined in hosting a virtual forum …

Exploring the Lincoln Center Neighborhood and Denzel Washington’s Fordham Roots

Exploring the Lincoln Center Neighborhood and Denzel Washington’s Fordham Roots

Fordham students, staff, faculty, and friends in the Manhattan garden where actor Denzel Washington, FCLC ’77, studied theater with a former professor. Photos by Taylor Ha In a walking tour …