Online and Evening Courses

Online Courses

Online courses are offered during the summer, fall, spring, and intersessions and accommodate students accelerating their degree program. To design the schedule that fits your lifestyle and goals, or help you determine whether online courses are right for you, please contact an academic advisor at ptadvise@fairfield.edu.

  • Credit Courses for undergraduate credit: Please refer to the course schedule for a list of courses and dates at Fairfield University. See below for logon instructions. Cost: $725 per credit (three credit courses = $2,175) plus $30 registration fee. Online courses listed below are three credits.

Online courses are especially effective for motivated students with an independent learning style.
Contact Sandy Richardson @ arichardson@fairfield.edu for more information or call (203) 254-4000 Ext. 2227

Important information for students enrolled in a credit online course:

  • Once you have registered for an online course, please click on the name of the instructor to receive a copy of the syllabus. It is essential to review syllabus, obtain books, and come prepared for the first online session.
  • Students must have reliable access to the Internet to participate in online courses.
  • Books should be purchased before the course begins. You can purchase books online or call (203) 255-7756.
  • Students will be contacted by their instructor prior to the course start date via their Fairfield University e-mail account. If you are a new student, you will need to claim your NetID Account prior to logging into student e-mail. Read information on NetID Accounts.
  • Log into your course on or before the course start date. Your instructor will notify you via e-mail when the course is available. All Blackboard courses are accessed through the My.Fairfield.edu portal. Refer to the grid below to determine which platform is being used for your course(s).
  • Technical Questions / Problems? Help desk - 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at (203) 254-4069, anytime at helpdesk@fairfield.edu or (203) 254-4000, ext. 3207 or mkleps@fairfield.edu 

 

Wintersession 2014-15 Online Courses

 Registration begins November 3, 2014 and ends December 18, 2014

CRNSubjCourseSecTitleStartEndInstructorFormat
10910 AH 11 1 Visual Culture Since 1400: Expression and Experimentation 12/22/14 1/28/15 Lauren Cesiro Blackboard
10893 BI 75 1 Ecology and Society 12/22/14 1/28/15 Thomas Cunningham Blackboard
10916 BI 75 2 Ecology and Society 12/22/14 1/28/15 Thomas Cunningham Blackboard
10894 CO 100 1 Human Communication Theories 12/22/14 1/28/15 David Gudelunas Blackboard
10895 CO 240 1 Intercultural Communication 12/22/14 1/28/15 Qin Zhang Blackboard
10898 EC 11 1 Introduction to Microeconomics 12/22/14 1/28/15 William Vasquez Mazariegos MyEconLab
10900 EN 101 1 Gateway to Literary and Cultural Studies This course is not eligible for Jan. 2015 graduation 1/1/15 1/30/15 Gita Rajan Blackboard
10919 EN 101 2 Gateway to Literary and Cultural Studies This course is not eligible for Jan. 2015 graduation 1/1/15 1/30/15 Gita Rajan Blackboard
10901 ENW 332 1 Business Writing 12/22/14 1/28/15 Maeve Lucey Blackboard
10902 MA 17 1 Introduction to Probability and Statistics 12/22/14 1/28/15 Robert Parisi Blackboard
10904 PO 133 1 United States Foreign Policy 12/22/14 1/28/15 Lucrecia Garcia Iommi Blackboard
10917 PS 78 1 The Nature of the Universe 12/22/14 1/28/15 Joachim Kuhn Blackboard

 

Spring 2015 Online Courses

CRNSubjCourseSecTitleStartEndInstructorFormat
34054 AE 291 CCC Business Ethics 2/2/15 3/20/15 Lisa Sticca-Conrad Blackboard
31929 AE 291 D Business Ethics 3/23/15 5/8/15 Lisa Sticca-Conrad Blackboard
32051 AE 291 E Business Ethics 1/20/15 4/30/15 Jeffrey  Yoder Blackboard
34037 AH 11 1 Visual Culture Since 1400: Expression and Experimentation 2/2/15 3/20/15 Lauren Cesiro Blackboard
32133 BI 78 1 Introduction to Marine Science 2/2/15 3/20/15 Thomas Cunningham Blackboard
33388 EN 102 1 Introduction to Contemporary World Literature 3/23/15 5/8/15 Sally O'Driscoll Blackboard
33989 EN 163 A Literature of Illness & Healing 1/20/15 4/30/15 Jacqueline Rinaldi Blackboard
33743 EN 216 A The Victorian Epoch 1/20/15 4/30/15 Gita Rajan Blackboard
31884 MA 17 1 Introduction to Probability & Statistics 2/2/15 3/20/15 Robert Parisi Blackboard
33430 PS 78 1 The Nature of the Universe 3/23/15 5/8/15 Joachim Kuhn Blackboard
33389 PY 111 1 Developmental Psychology for Non-Majors 3/23/15 5/8/15 Judith Primavera Blackboard
34039 RS 101E 1 Exploring Religion-People of the Book: Sacred Texts 3/23/15 5/8/15 Jeremy Sabella Blackboard
32882 RS 252 1 Contemporary Moral Problems 2/2/15 3/20/15 TBA Blackboard
34040 SO 11 1 Introduction to Sociology 3/23/15 5/8/15 TBA Blackboard

 

Evening Courses

The evening sections listed below are reserved for part-time and visiting students. These courses are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. However, there are additional courses and time slots that may be available to you.

Cost: $725 per credit (three credit courses = $2,175) plus $30 registration fee.

Please e-mail Sandy Richardson at arichardson@fairfield.edu for more information or call (203) 254-4000 Ext. 2227

Spring 2015 Evening Courses

The Spring 2015 semester begins on Tuesday, January 20, 2015. The full semester courses listed below are three credits unless otherwise noted.

CRN

Subj

Course

Sec

Title

Day(s)

Time

Instructor

33961 AE 265 AAA Ethics in Education Tues./Thurs. 5 pm - 6:15 pm Robert Liftig
33331 AE 291 BBB Business Ethics Tuesday 6:30 pm - 9 pm  Scott Ventrella
34055 AH 11 FFF Visual Culture Since 1400: Expression and Experimentation  Tuesday 6:30 pm - 9 pm Philip Eliasoph
34056 AH 192 AAA The History, Theory and Practice of Museums Monday 6:30 pm - 9 pm TBA
33337 AY 110 AAA Biological Anthropology Wednesday 6:30 pm -  9 pm Gary Aronsen
34057 AY 111 BBB Cultural Anthropology Mon./Wed. 6:30 pm - 7:45 pm TBA
34058 CO 101 EEE Argument and Advocacy Monday 6:30 pm - 9 pm Thomas Larkin
33340 CO 130 DDD Mass Media and Society Thursday 7 pm - 9:30 pm Luiz Duarte
34059 EN 111 AAA International Short Fiction Tuesday 6:30 pm - 9 pm Lenka Pichlikova-Burke
34060 EN 162 AAA Irish Women Writers Mon./Wed. 5 pm - 6:15 pm Marion White
34061 FTM 101 AAA American Cinema: History & Analysis Mon./Wed.

Mon. 5-6:15 pm

Wed. 5-7:30 pm

 David Lerner
34062 HI 10 NNN Origins of the Modern World Since 1500 Monday 6 pm - 8:30 pm  Patricia Behre
34063 HI 263 AAA Inventing Themselves: African-American Women in U.S. History  Thursday 5 pm - 7:30 pm  Elizabeth Hohl
34064 MU 101 AAA History of Jazz Wednesday 5 pm - 7:30 pm John Fumasoli
34065 PH  101 GGG Introduction to Philosophy Mon./Wed. 6:30 pm - 7:45 pm Juniper Alcorn
34066 PH 101 LLL Introduction to Philosophy Mon./Wed. 6:30 pm - 7:45 pm Phillip Stambovsky
34067 PY 101 DDD General Psychology Tues./Thurs. 6:30 pm - 7:45 pm Michael Amico
34068 RS 101E DDD Exploring Religion: Peoples of the Book, Sacred Texts and their Communities Mon./Wed. 5 pm - 6:15 pm David Spollett
33348 SO 11 DDD  Introduction to Sociology Wednesday 6:30 pm - 9 pm Rose Rodrigues