This winter break, from Dec. 30 to Jan. 17, Fort Hays State University students will have the opportunity to take classes for credit as part of the Intersession program.
The 11 Intersession classes are designed specifically for the three-week period. Classes are: Theory and Practice of Personal Finance, School-Community Relations, Trends and Practices in Educational Administration, Personal Wellness, Issues in Health Education, Curriculum Development In Adventure Education, Comparative Justice Systems, Introduction to Business, Marketing Principles, General Psychology and The Effective Classroom.
The classes are for currently registered FHSU students to progress further toward their degrees, to fulfill a requirement for their major or simply to take a class. The program is open for graduates and undergraduates. The application for admission deadline for graduate students is Nov. 25 and Dec. 2 for undergraduate students. Students may enroll in no more than 3 credit hours.
For more information, contact Dr. Jim Barrett, chair of the Department of Advanced Education Programs, at 785-628-4413 or email@example.com.