Continuing Education - How to Apply
Rider offers flexible pathways for adult learners aged 25 or over, including veterans and active duty military personnel, that allow you to earn your bachelor's degree or take courses for personal enrichment. Non-matriculated or visiting students should apply using the Continuing Education application.
Continuing Education Financial Aid Resources
Learn more about financial aid, tuition and the various options we offer to make your college education affordable.
University Partner Educational Benefits
Are you the employee of a Rider University partner organization? You may qualify for discounted tuition. Search our list of university partnerships.
The certificate program welcomes students who graduated from Rider or students who are not presently enrolled and possess a bachelor’s degree. A minimum GPA of 2.5 is required. Students who have completed a degree from Rider may re-enroll through the registrar. Students who have not previously attended Rider may complete the Continuing Education online application.
Current undergraduate Norm Brodsky College of Business students majoring in Accounting or Computer Information Systems may choose a concentration on Fraud and Business Forensics. The concentration credit requirements are the same as the Certificate in Business Forensics. Norm Brodsky College of Business students who want to declare this concentration through the Undergraduate Academic Coordinator in the Dean's Office in Sweigart Hall a semester prior to beginning coursework.