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ONLINE WINTER INTERSESSION
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EARN UP TO 3 CREDITS IN 3 WEEKS
Whether you are looking to fit that extra course into your schedule, boost your GPA, or simply make the most of your winter break, WVU's online Winter Intersession is an opportunity to further your academic goals in a flexible online environment. All Winter Intersession courses are offered 100% online in three intensive weeks. Enrollment is open to current, new, transfer or Guest Pass students. Courses for Winter Intersession are billed separately and are in addition to spring term charges. Cost per credit hour is $369, and grades will post as part of the spring term. Students will need to call WVU Online at 1-800-253-2762 for departmental approval.
Due to the accelerated format, students are not permitted to exceed 3 credit hours. Students who are registered for more than 3 credit hours will be administratively removed. If a student takes a Winter Intersession course and withdrawals from the Spring Term after March 22nd, he/she will lose the credit earned during Winter Intersession.
Who should participate in the online Winter Intersession?
- WVU undergraduate students in good academic standing in regards to Satisfactory Academic Performance.
- WVU undergraduate students who would like to get-ahead, catch-up or fulfill scholarship/financial aid requirements.
- WVU undergraduate students from the main campus, Potomac State College or the Institute of Technology.
- Guest students.
Who is eligible to register for the online Winter Intersession?
- Admitted WVU Undergraduate students and guest students.
- Students not currently enrolled in or previously enrolled in the course requested.
- Students with previous enrollment in an online course, is highly encouraged.
- Students with no outstanding holds or balances due on their accounts.
First day of Winter Intersession!
Last day to drop Winter course without a W (withdrawal) and with a refund. Course drops must be processed by 11:59pm.
WVU offices closed.
Last day to withdraw from Winter Intersession. Students will not receive a refund and will see a W on their transcript.
DEC 31-JAN 1
WVU offices closed.
Last day of Winter Intersession.
Winter Intersession courses are available to any admitted WVU undergraduate student for $369 per credit hour. A 3-credit hour course will cost $1107.
Students who register for Winter Intersession will automatically have their financial aid eligibility reviewed as part of their spring term aid package.
Registration is now closed.
December 28th is the last day to withdraw from Winter Intersession. Students who withdraw after Tuesday, December 18th will not receive a refund and will see a W on their transcripts. Students who wish to drop can do so via STAR.
Business Core 360: Supply Chain Management
The course acquaints students with a variety of production and operations management concepts and techniques. Productivity, competitiveness, operations strategy, capacity, location, layout, inventory, forecasting, and supply chain management are key concepts covered. * Restricted to only College of Business & Economics students.
Communication Studies 305: Appreciation of Motion Pictures
Evaluation of motion picture and television film as forms of mediated communication and as art forms involving communication and aesthetic principles. Emphasis on the feature length theatrical fiction film.
Engineering 140: Engineering in History
An introduction to the impact of engineering on society throughout history.
Film 101: The Art of Film 1
A survey of the history of cinema from its earliest forms and experimentation through the end of the monopoly of the "studio system" (c. 1960).
History 153: Making of Modern America: 1865-Present
Examines the basic political, economic, and social forces in the development of the United States since the Civil War.
Human Nutrition and Foods 126: Society and Food
Exploration on a global basis of interactions of man and environment as reflected in food production systems. Relation of food supply and use in development or maintenance of social and political institutions.
Human Nutrition and Foods 171: Introduction to Human Nutrition
Introduction to nutrient structure, metabolism, integrated function and their importance to human well-being during all stages of the life cycle. Current concerns and those of special interest to college students in meeting nutrient needs.
Humanities 101: Introduction to Western Civilization 1
Presents the high points of Greco-Roman and Medieval European civilizations: their art, architecture, philosophy, religion, literature and music.
LANG 393A: SPTP: Language Matters
Language Matters aims to encompass issues regarding language, culture, and “myths,” including the facts about language learning, cultural dynamics in relation to the use of language, and current cross-cultural issues in the aspect of language as a medium.
Library Instruction 101: Introduction to Library Research
Focuses on the concepts and logic of information access including using the libraries' online catalog, various databases and the Internet to find quality information. Incorporates hands-on practice with electronic resources for term paper preparation.
Marketing 485: Global Marketing
Evaluation and analysis of marketing strategies in a global environment, examination of the relationship between international buyer behavior and the elements of the marketing mix. *Major Restricted to Marketing Majors, General Business Majors and Management Majors.
Music 100: Fundamentals of Music Theory
The course focuses on basic musical concepts including notation of pitch and rhythm, intervals, scales and modes, and keys and key signatures.
Music 111: Introduction to Music
Introductory course designed to develop an appreciation and understanding of the significance of music as a fine art, and to help the student develop intelligent listening habits.
Music 116: Music in World Cultures
Examination of music from various cultures (e.g. Native America, South India, Japan, Africa) within their cultural contexts.
Native American Studies 200: Introduction to Native American Studies
Overview of the diverse social and cultural institutions of indigenous tribal societies in North America. Historical materials provide the background for understanding the range of issues affecting contemporary tribal groups.
Orientation 151: Choosing a Major and a Career
Provides guidance and clarity to students that are unsure about a major and career. Course addresses first time freshman undecided and those students that discover that their initial major or career choice does not match their personal and professional aspirations. Students will be guided through a formal assessment of their personal characteristics, consider possible career choices and identify associated majors.
Philosophy 130: Current Moral Problems
Current moral problems in society.
Physical Education 124: Fitness Walking
This course provides a supervised walking program in a safe, enjoyable environment. Classes meet ACSM guidelines for safe, effective classes. Includes warm-up, cardiovascular segment, cool-down, and stretch.
Physical Education/Teaching 175: Motor Development
Examines the changes in human movement behavior across the lifespan, the processes that underline these changes, and the factors that contribute to those changes.
Religious Studies 102: Introduction to World Religions
This course introduces students to five of the most widely recognized religions in the world today: Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism.
Sociology and Anthropology 101: Introduction to Sociology
Introductory course intended to individuals develop a perspective about the nature of social processes and the structure of society.
Sociology and Anthropology 221: Families and Society
Historical comparative approach to changing structure and functions of the family institution. Effect of economic, demographic, and cultural changes on relationships, gender roles, marriage, childcare; variations by socioeconomic status, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation.
Sport and Exercise Psychology 271: Sport in American Society
A comprehensive analysis of sport structures with a close view of who competes and the consequences of such competition.
Wildlife and Fisheries Management 150: Principle-Conservation Ecology
Overview of the science of conservation ecology with emphasis on the concepts of biological diversity, extension, habitat loss and fragmentation, establishment of protected areas, endangered species, and establishment and preservation of new populations.
Women and Gender Studies 150: Women in Movies
Through viewing popular Hollywood films, students analyze femininity across the life span. Critical thinking and cultural analysis will be practiced as we study heroines, working girls, motherhood, brides, cheerleaders, and old women on screen.
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- Select Spring 2019 Term,
- Select all Course Subjects,
- Select Web Based in schedule type, and
- Under Part of Term select: 3 Week Part of Term Online.
- Enter December 17, 2018 in the Earliest Start Date, Enter January 3, 2019 in the Latest End Date, and
- Click on Class Search button to pull course options.
Call WVU Online for DA Removal at 1-800-253-2762.
Students from WVU Beckley must submit a Dual Campus Form.
Students from WVU Keyser must submit a Dual Campus Form.
Students not currently enrolled at WVU must complete a Guest Pass Application.
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"This was a very positive experience. The teacher was very willing to work with me, even though Christmas break is a busy season. Winter Intersession allowed me to complete a class over break that helped me graduate on time."
"This was one of my best class experiences at WVU. I decided to take History 153 to lighten my load for the spring semester and so that I could graduate. The best part was that it was only 3 weeks and there were no exams."
"My Sociology 101 online class helped me learn how to be productive on my own time and stay very organized. Time management is an essential thing in nursing. I also loved that the teacher was so focused on my success."
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Service Desk Hours
December 17-21: 7:30am-5:00pm, EST
Closed: December 22-26
Open: December 27-28: 7:30am-5:00pm, EST
Closed: December 29-January 1
Open: January 2-3: 7:30am-5:00pm, EST