Registration Now Open for Winter Break Courses

Registration Now Open for Winter Break Courses

Fairfield University is offering more than 30 accelerated and online courses during the 2019-20 winter break.

Fairfield University is encouraging undergraduate students to take advantage of the winter break and “sled ahead” in their studies by registering for one of the University’s upcoming Winter Intersession courses. Registration for more than 30 online and one-week intensive courses is available now through December 18, 2019, at my.fairfield.edu.

Each undergraduate Winter Intersession course is geared toward current Stags and area residents who are home for the holidays and want to accelerate their degree programs. Intensive, three-credit courses are available on campus in a concentrated one-week format and encompass a variety disciplines including art, business, communication, music, and sociology. All one-week courses require pre-work that must be completed prior to the start of classes, which run January 2-8, 2020.

Convenient five-week online courses are also available in a wide range of disciplines, including anthropology, biology, communication, economics, English, ethics, finance, information systems, math, marketing, music, politics, physics, psychology, religious studies, and more. These courses run December 20, 2019 through Friday, January 24, 2020. Detailed course descriptions and registration information are available online at fairfield.edu/wintersession.

For more information, contact Program Coordinator Sandy Richardson at arichardson@fairfield.edu or 203-254-4000 ext. 2911.

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