Winterim. Get one step closer to graduating one semester sooner.
Four-Week Winterim Session: January 2-26, 2018
Why Take Classes During Winterim?
- Catch up on your degree requirements.
- Take a class you couldn't fit into your schedule last semester.
- Get ahead and stay on track.
- Take advantage of small class sizes, more interaction with faculty, close collaboration with your classmates, and fewer distractions.
Here are the Details:
- Winterim courses are available to current students, students attending other universities during the year, or interested non-degree seeking students.
- Winterim courses are available online and in-person.
- Registration begins on October 2, 2017, and ends January 4, 2018 (without Dean's approval).
- Earn up to four credits in January (you can take the equivalent of one credit per week).
- Click here for information on how to apply and to search all available courses; you can also search by subject.
Take Your Winterim Classes OnlineDon't want to venture out into the cold? Nearly half of the Winterim classes are available online. You don't even have to get out of your pajamas.
Tuition + Fees
- Tuition and fees are on a "per credit" basis. For additional information, Blugold Central has a complete listing of tuition and fees. Check under Tuition / Fee Schedule: Fall 2017 / Winterim 2018 / Spring 2018 for Undergraduate, Graduate, and Master of Business tuition.
- NOTE: Be sure to check the "special course fees." Online courses, as well as others, may charge additional fees.
- Newly admitted degree-seeking undergraduate students and transfer students are required to make a $100 enrollment deposit. This is refundable up until the day before the first day of classes. No PAC is required for Winterim enrollment, although students are encouraged to meet with an adviser.
- FULL PAYMENT is due on January 2, 2018, to avoid finance charges. Balances remaining after the due date are subject to a $15 administrative service fee, in addition to finances charges.
Winterim Financial Aid
Please watch your email for more information available in October.
A few of the courses offered are below. For a list of all courses offered, click here. See the Catalog for course descriptions.
- ACCT 201 - Principles of Accounting I
- AIS 101 - American Indian History and Culture
- BIOL 306 - Infectious Disease Ecology
- BSAD 305 - Legal Environment
- CHEM 150 - Survey of Biochemistry
- CJ 307 - Small Group Communication
- ENGL 348 - Topics in American Literature: 1865-Present
- FLTR 250 - Classic Mythology
- GEOL 122 - The Future of Global Energy
- HIST 542 - Recent US History
- KINS 117 - Weight Training
- MATH 113 - Trigonometry
- MUSI 111 - Global Roots of Music in the U.S.
- NRSG 220 - Language of Health
- PSYC 100 - Intro to Psychology
- SOC 316 - Sociology of Family
- SW 424 - Alcohol and Drugs
- WMNS 260 - Masculinity Studies and Feminist Theories