Evening and Online Courses
Evening and Online courses are offered during the summer, fall, spring, and intersessions and accomodate 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 email@example.com.
- Credit Courses for undergraduate credit. Please refer to the course schedule for a list of courses, dates, and descriptions. See below for logon instructions. Cost: $700 per credit during the fall and spring semesters. $650 per credit for the wintersession
Online courses are especially effective for motivated students with an independent learning style.
Check out the Fall 2013 College of Arts & Sciences Evening Courses
Click here to browse through a list of all course offerings at Fairfield University
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. Online courses are run on a variety of platforms (i.e. Blackboard, Mentor, Faculty Web Pages). 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or (203) 254-4000, ext. 3207 or email@example.com
|37366||AH||10||01||Origins & Transformations in Western Art||3/25/2013||5/10/2013||Alison Poe||Blackboard|
|36502||BI||78||01||Introduction to Marine Science||3/25/2013||5/10/2013||Thomas Cunningham||Blackboard|
|38383||EC||12||01||Introduction to Macroeconomics||3/25/2013||5/10/2013||William Vasquez Mazariegos||MyEconLab|
|38360||EN||102||01||Introduction to Contemporary World Literature||2/4/2013||3/22/2013||Sally O'Driscoll||Blackboard|
|36503||ENW||332||01||Business Writing||2/4/2013||3/22/2013||Mauve Lucey||Blackboard|
|3144||PS||87||01||Fundamental of Astronomy||3/25/2013||5/10/2013||David Heiden||Blackboard|
|36542||PY||148||01||Fundamental of Social Psychology||3/25/2013||5/10/2013||Dorothea Braginsky||Blackboard|
|38363||PY||163||01||Developmental Psychology for Non-Majors||3/25/2013||5/10/2013||Judith Primavera||Blackboard|
|38532||RS||250||01||Contemporary Morality: Basic Questions||3/25/2013||5/10/2013||Rosemarie Gorman||Mentor|
|38361||RS||252||01||Contemporary Moral Problems||2/4/2013||3/22/2013||Rosemarie Gorman||Mentor|