These short-term online classes will allow any student to acquire three hours of college credit over a four-week period between the fall and spring semesters.
Intersession dates are December 16, 2015, through January 12, 2016.
“We are pleased to be able to offer several general education courses during our Intersession,” said Shelli Allen, ECC vice president of student development. “The expansion of our efforts in online education and filling a need for students with these month long, intersession offerings is exciting.”
Courses on the Intersession schedule include Intro to Life Science, Oral Communications, English Composition I and U.S. Government.
To be eligible to enroll in an Intersession class, students must have completed nine credit hours with a minimum GPA of 2.5. Interested students from other colleges should consult with their home institution, which will determine course equivalency credit. Some prerequisite courses may be required.In-district students pay just $330 for class tuition and fees. The rate for out-of-district students is $435 per class. There is an additional charge for books.
For more information about Intersession courses, call 636-584-6547 or firstname.lastname@example.org.