Reasons to Take A Winter Course at Fairfield University

Reasons to Take A Winter Course at Fairfield University

At Fairfield this winter, you can choose from more than 45 undergraduate and graduate online courses to “sled ahead” in your academic career. Whether you’re a current Stag or visiting college student home for break, classes are open for all scholars looking to make the most of their winter recess.

1.  It's a Short Winter Term With a Long-Term Pay Off

Winter courses at Fairfield are offered in both four-week and two-week modules depending on the topic. In this concentrated timeframe, students are able to narrow their focus on the subject at hand without having to juggle a full course load. So what you learn now during this short time commitment will provide long term value in your professional life ahead.

2.  You Could Become The Ideal Summer Internship Candidate

Internships provide students with practical skills and the beginning of a professional network. The courses you take this winter won’t only boast your self-discipline, but could also help you stand out from the remaining pool of applicants. Industry professionals seek students who have a finger on the pulse of their field and are bringing the best of themselves to the role.

3.  You Can Refocus on Something You're Passionate About

Have any niche interests? Taking winter courses at Fairfield will help you hone in on topics you love and prepare you for ways to apply them in the professional world. “History of Music,” “Principles of Marketing,” and “Introduction to Drawing” are just a few of the exciting classes available during the 2020-2021 Winter Break.

What are you waiting for? Sled ahead!

Last Modified: 12-03-2020 12:41 PM

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