Winter session registration starts Nov. 12

Registration for winter session, offered through the College of Extended Learning, will be open Nov. 12 through Dec. 20. Students can earn up to four units of academic credit and no formal application is necessary.

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The College of Business offers some of the most popular winter session courses. Registration opens Nov. 12.

Upper division courses and courses offered in impacted majors are the most popular during intersessions. “Winter session allows students to really immerse themselves in a single course,” said Kathy O’Donnell, associate dean of the College of Business. “Students have the opportunity to pay individual attention to a subject, perhaps a particularly difficult one, or concentrate on a prerequisite that will get them closer to their degree.”

Winter session courses are available both online and in-person. Online courses begin as early as Dec. 23 while in-person courses begin Jan. 3. All intersession courses conclude Jan. 22, the week before instruction begins for the spring 2014 semester.

The Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management will once again offer one of its most popular upper division courses. “Food Wine and Culture falls under segment three requirements, so students from any department are welcome,” said Colin Johnson, professor and chair of hospitality and tourism management. “It’s offered online, and last year I accepted as many students as wanted the course."

Registration is open to the public beginning Nov. 12. Fees must be paid to the College of Extended Learning five days after registration and before the first class session.

For more information, the full class schedule and to register for courses visit:

-- Gianna Devoto