Professional and Graduate Courses

PaGE courses are open to all matriculated graduate and undergraduate students and to professionals seeking to increase their depth of knowledge and skill in a particular area of expertise. Courses are offered during the traditional fall semester and spring semester as well as during two summer sessions and an intensive winter session in early January.  There are limited scholarship opportunities available. See the Community Scholars Scholarship in Resources for Funding Your Education.

The institutes listed below are currently accepting applications for graduate courses.

Nonprofit Leadership and Social Entrepreneurship

Digital Innovation and Media

Global and Intercultural Leadership

Differentiated Instruction (for educators)

Search for Classes is available for anyone who wishes to browse the College's course offerings. Tips for using the Search for Classes

Applicants are advised to check with the registrar at their home institutions regarding course credit transferability. Also, please note that undergraduate students electing to take summer or January term courses through PaGE are not eligible for financial aid from the College, but in some cases, students may apply for federal aid or private scholarship support.

Note to current Mount Holyoke undergraduate students: the Office of the Registrar accepts credits from PaGE courses. For details, consult the Registrar's Office website. Undergraduate and graduate credits for these courses are awarded on a Mount Holyoke Professional and Graduate Education transcript.