Intersession 2016

3 Credits, 3 Weeks, All Online

December 21, 2016 − January 7, 2017

Available Courses

CORE1500 Managing Change and Navigating Unstructured Problems
ENGL1003 Writing about Literature
EXSC3105 Nutrition
EXSC3205 Drugs & Society
EXSC4908 Internship in Health & Fitness
HIST1308 U.S. History I
HIST1401 World History I
HUMN3100 Intercultural Communication
HUMN3502 Ancient Cultures & their Heroes
INFO1001 Technology & Society
INFO2100 Internet
MATH1200 College Algebra
MATH2001 Functions and Pre-calculus
MATH2200 Statistics
MGMT3890 Managing Diversity in the Changing Workplace
PSYC1107 Human Growth & Development
PSYC3400 Abnormal Psychology
VTSC4902 Preceptorship Module IIb
Courses may be added to this list up until one week prior to the last day to register. If you don't see the course you want/need, please check back at a later date.
  • All courses are offered online.
  • Tuition is $420 per credit. (Total tuition for a 3 credit course is $1,260.)
  • The first day to register is October 17, 2016.
  • The last day to register is December 21, 2016.
  • Drop courses by December 23, 2016 for a full refund.
  • No refunds will be issued for courses dropped on or after December 24, 2016.
  • Withdrawal without a grade through January 6, 2017.
  • Students who receive financial aid may be able to have a portion of their Spring 2017 award cover the cost of intersession courses. Please contact your financial aid counselor for more information.

Registration

Traditional Undergraduate Studies students: Register for Intersession courses through Insite.

Adult Undergraduate Studies students: Register for Intersession courses by contacting your Academic Advisor.

Non-Becker students: Register for Intersession courses by contacting Ashley Ottman (ashley.ottman@becker.edu).

All students: To drop or withdraw from any Intersession course, you must email Ashley Ottman (ashley.ottman@becker.edu) by the deadlines listed above.

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