Other Online Courses

Occasionally, we receive calls from students looking for either continuing education credits or additional courses that they may take concurrently with a program at a different university. As a "Lifelong" student, all of our online courses are transcriptable and may be used at other institutions. Below is a list of other courses currently not affiliated with any of our certificate programs. These courses may also be taken in addition to the post-baccalaureate certificate programs. For registration assistance, please feel free to contact our Curriculum Assistant at 517-884-3483, or via email stewa150@msu.edu.

BLD 815 - Cell Biology in Health and Disease I (2 credits)
Principles and theories of cell biology and biochemistry are presented with a focus on applications to clinical pathology. This course is offered Spring semester.

BLD 816 - Cell Biology in Health and Disease II (2 credits)
Prerequisite: BLD 815 - This is a continuation of BLD 815. This course is offered Summer semester.

Textbook: Human Molecular Biology (This text is used for both BLD 815 and BLD 816)
Author: Epstein
ISBN: 9780521644815
Edition: 1st

BLD 811 - Fundamentals of Scientific Research (1 credit)
Best practices for the research enterprise. Ethical conduct of research. Critical evaluation of scientific literature. This course is offered Spring semester. (There is no textbook for this course)


Cost of the Course

Registration fees are paid on a per-credit hour basis and will be billed to your account at the time registration. This course is two credits. For the 2017 - 2018 academic year (August - May) the fees are as follows:

  • Michigan Residents Status: $776.50/credit or $1,553.00* (per course)
  • Non-Michigan Resident Status: $931.00/credit or $1,862.00* (per course)

*Course fees are subject to change with approval of vote by Board of Trustees and some additional fees for international students may be applicable. Current list of fees.


Registration for lifelong education student to take courses.


Need More Information?

Contact our curriculum assistant 517-884-3483 or via email at stewa150@msu.edu.