Winter Course Registration Opens Nov. 2

Winter Course Registration Opens Nov. 2

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Fairfield University is offering more than 45 undergraduate and graduate online courses during the 2020-21 winter break.

Fairfield University is encouraging undergraduate and graduate students to take advantage of the winter break and “sled ahead” in their studies by registering for one of the University’s online Winter Intersession courses. Registration for more than 45 four-week and two-week courses will begin Monday, November 2, and continue through December 21, 2020 at my.fairfield.edu.

Each Winter Intersession course is geared toward current Stags and visiting college students who are home for the holidays and want to accelerate their degree programs. Intensive, three-credit undergraduate courses in art history, business, sociology, and studio art are being offered in a concentrated two-week format beginning January 4, 2021. More than 30 four-week undergraduate courses – December 23, 2020 through January 18, 2020 – are being offering in a variety of disciplines, including anthropology, biology, communication, economics, English, math, and marketing.

Convenient online graduate courses will also be available in a wide range of programs, including accounting, business analytics, communication, finance, management, marketing, and public administration.

Detailed winter course descriptions and registration information are available online at www.fairfield.edu/winter.

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

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