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|Winter Intersession: January 3 - 17, 2023|
An intersession is a short session that happens in the three weeks before the full fall and spring semesters. Intersession classes are intense, because they deliver a full semester class in a very short time frame. Because of the intensity, students can only take one class (up to four credit hours) during an intersession.
Because of the short time period, classes are intense and require a significant amount of work outside the classroom. Many students find that being immersed in a single subject they are studying every day helps them learn and retain better.
Yes. The January intersession is considered part of spring semester, so any class you take then will be part of your spring semester hours for enrollment and financial aid purposes. For example, if you take three hours in the intersession and twelve hours in the regular full session, you will have 15 hours for spring.
There are many reasons to take an intersession course. Students may have fallen behind or switched majors and need an extra class to stay on track for timely graduation. They may want to reduce their course load the following semester so they have more time to focus on each class. They may have had difficulty passing a course, and want to retake it in an immersive atmosphere without the distraction of 3–5 other classes.
Tuition is included in full-time tuition provided you are within the 12-19 hour window the following semester, but there is a $20 per credit hour course fee, so a 3-credit intersession course costs $60, which is folded in to your charges for the following semester. If you are on financial aid, be sure to speak to a financial aid counselor about your options for intersession courses.
ENG 491 - Secondary English Practicum
ENG 627 - Intro to Publishing
FSC 141 - Intro to Forensic Science II
KIN 302 - Exercise Testing and Prescription
KIN 470 - Methods of Strength and Conditioning
MLS 411/511 - Coagulation
MLS 411L/511L - Coagulation Laboratory
ACC 692 - Special Problems in Accounting
AEC 101 - History of the Built Environment
ENG 203 World Literature
GHY 101 - World Geography: Dynamics of a Changing Earth
NFS 362 - Nutrition
NUR 601 - Theory Development in Nursing
PSY 110 - General Psychology
PSY 360 - Introduction to Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences
SHS 432 - Language Disorders II
SOC 101 - Understanding Society: Principles of Sociology
SPA 502 - Spanish Reading for Research II
SPE 804 - Research in Special Education
THY 451 - Neurological and Pathological Foundations in Kinesiotherapy