Sep 17, 2021  
Widener University Catalog System 
Widener University Catalog System

Widener University Catalog System

About the Academic Catalog and Handbooks

The University Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog, Student Handbooks provide information related to study at Widener University. The Undergraduate and Graduate Catalogs include descriptions of the Colleges/Schools, departments and programs.  It is the student’s responsibility to complete the curriculum prescribed in the University catalog in effect, or as modified, in the summer of the academic year when they matriculate.  The University catalogs are updated every academic year and will show “previous edition” for current or past academic years.  Academic advisors and department faculty advisors provide students with assistance in developing an academic program of study, choosing courses consistent with this program, and discussing career options.  Use the information from your catalog when meeting with your advisor.

What Catalog should I use?

  • The requirements specified in each Catalog apply to students who began their studies at Widener University during the academic year listed on the Catalog, and who remain in continuous enrollment until they graduate.
  • Academic program requirements may change at University discretion.  Students will be notified of any changes by their academic department or program, and will be advised of their options based on those changes.
  • Students unsure of which catalog to use should consult with their Academic Advisor.
  • The Catalog and University web site does not take the place of academic advising!  Students must meet with their advisor regularly to ensure that they are meeting current program and major requirements for completion and graduation

Where do I find my catalog?

  • To find an interactive catalog for the specific academic year catalog academic years between 2019/2020 - 2022-2023 use the drop down menu above to find the Undergraduate or Graduate catalog or choose the catalog name below.
  • To find a pdf of the University Catalog between 2011/2012 - 2018-2019 use link on the left hand Navigation bar.
  • Catalogs labeled “Edited Edition” are for an upcoming academic year and subject to change on a regular basis and may be accessed by the website for curriculum information.







Pandemic or Other Disruptions

COVID-19 or other pandemics or epidemics may impact the learning experience in unpredictable ways. The university reserves the right at all times to cancel, suspend, or de​lay all or any classes or programs provided by the university, to transition all or any classes or programs to an online or hybrid format, closing campus facilities, or to take any other measures that the university deems necessary to protect the health and safety of university community members and/or to comply with health and safety laws, orders, ordinances, regulations, and health and safety guidance issued by local, state, and national public health officials.

My Portfolio and Catalog Icon Guide

Students may want to save courses or program requirements to a Portfolio. You can save your Portfolio to retrieve during a later visit by creating a simple login account. If you do not create a login account, everything in your Portfolio will be discarded when you close your browser. To save your Portfolio, simply provide an e-mail address and password below, and you may then retrieve your Portfolio whenever you like.


New Programs 

Chemistry, BA

Green Chemistry, BS

Flexible, cross-disciplinary education with research opportunities to prepare you for a range of professions.

Supply Chain Management, BSB


Managing Supply chains is an ever more critical need in our economy. Customize your path in our Management Major.

African and African-American Studies Minor

The freshly organized AFAS minor is primed to not only engage students in meaningful discussion around topics of race in the classroom, but to prepare them to become humble and curious leaders able to comfortably work with a diversity of people.

Environmental Health & Sustainabilty Management, BA

Explore the powerful and unique intersection of environmental health and sustainability management within this science-focused major that will prepare you for an array of career opportunities in rapidly growing industries.

Speech-Language Pathology, MS

Pursue your goal of becoming a speech-language pathologist at Widener. Here, you’ll engage with expert faculty and undertake high-quality community and clinical experiences.


Organizational Development and Leadership Graduate Certificates

Organizational Equity and Inclusion Graduate Certificate

Innovation in Organizations Graduate Certificate

Human Resources Leadership Graduate Certificate

Robotics, MSE

Be a part of an expanding and accelerated industry, including aeorospace, automotive, defense, electronics, health care, homeland security, pharmaceutical, and transportation.


Counselor Education: Clinical Track MEd

The Counselor Education programs strive to create and sustain communities of informed and critically self-reflective practitioners who function in a variety of institutions. This program’s clinical track blends counseling, research, foundations, and field experience courses with added clinical-focused courses and is aligned with CACREP.