Important Academic Details
- A normal semester lasts approximately 15 weeks during the academic year. Freshman College courses cover the same amount of material in 4 weeks. One day of class during Freshman College is the equivalent of one week of class during a regular semester. The coursework is designed to be challenging and the pace is fast!
- You will attend class for 4 ˝ hours a day, Monday through Friday. Morning classes are scheduled from 9:15 AM to 11:30 AM and afternoon classes from 1:00 PM to 3:15 PM.
- Registration for both Freshman College and fall semester courses occurs during participants’ New Student Orientation. All Freshman College participants attend the same orientation session.
- Freshman College courses offer students a smaller class setting. As such, seating is limited and your first choice could already be full when you register. Approach registration with an open mind and remember that all of our courses and instructors are exceptional. Each course will offer you a valuable learning experience and you will have ample opportunities to enroll in other classes during the regular academic year.
|ANTH 1102||Introduction to Anthropology|
|BIOL 1103||Basic Concepts in Biology|
|HIST 2111||American History to 1865|
|HIST 2302||History of Western Society Since 1500|
|POLS 1101||American Government|
|PSYC 1101||Elementary Psychology|
|SOCI 1101||Introductory Sociology|
You will register for three hours of elective credit from the following selection:
|UNIV 1102||Learning to Learn (3 hours)|