Winter Session

Winter Session Courses

Offering a variety of courses online, winter session is a great way to catch up on credits and get closer to your degree.

Dates

4-week online: December 12, 2020 - January 15, 2021

Online courses at Marist are conducted through iLearn, a web-based collaborative learning portal.

Orientation

All students taking an online course through the School of Professional Programs are required to complete an iLearn orientation. Be sure to refer to your Online Student Welcome Kit for additional information.

Registration

Registration will open in November and is concurrent with the spring registration schedule.  There is a deposit fee of $100 with all registrations.  Any registrations after the deadline will require full tuition payment at the time of registration.

Select your student type from the following list and follow the instructions:

  • Non-Degree / Visiting Undergraduate Students:  Please follow the instructions for the Non-Degree / Visiting Undergraduate Application
  • Currently enrolled Marist students: Winter session is a great way to catch up on credits.  You can register through the myMarist portal concurrent with spring registration.  Instructions on how to register can be found on the Office of the Registrar website.

For Questions

For general inquiries, contact the School of Professional Programs at 845-575 - 3202 or at Toni.Constantino@marist.edu

Tuition Information

Tuition for  the Marist Winter Session is priced at $500.00 per credit.  This is a savings of $230 per credit.  Tuition bills are due in early December.

Courses

The 2020-2021 Winter Session courses run for five weeks from December 12, 2020 through January 15, 2021. Registration begins on Tuesday, November 10, at 10:30 a.m. and remains open through November 30. Click here for important details concerning advising and course registration for the Winter 2020 and Spring 2021 semesters.

Course ID Course Name Instructor
ACCT 204N721   Managerial Accounting Carol Friedman 
ACCT 330N721 Financial Statement Analysis John Finnigan
ANTH 101L721  Introduction to Physical Anthropology Kerry Dore
ART 220L721 History of Photography Wayne Lempka
BIOL 101L721 Topics in Biology Mike Mahoney
BUS 301N721 Human Resource Management William Brown
BUS 302N721 Organizational Behavior Ken Sloan 
BUS 320N721 Financial Management Kavous Ardalan 
BUS 340N721 Marketing Principles Ismay Czarniecki 
CMPT 103L721 Technology for the 21st Century Maureen Black 
CMPT 105N721 Excel (1 credit) Nisa Albert
COM 101L721 Public Presentations Jennifer Robinette
COM 211L721 Fundamentals of Public Relations Theory & Practice LoriBeth Greenan
COM 350L721 Sex & The Media Joanna D’Avanzo 
CRDV 100N721 Employment Practicum (1 credit) Rosa Emory
ECON 103L721 Principles of Microeconomics Della Sue
ECON 104L721 Principles of Macroeconomics Della Sue
ENG 220L721 Literature & Gender Stephen Mercier 
ENG 255L721 Introduction to Literature Lisa Neilson 
ENSC 101L721 Introduction to Environmental Issues Chris Bowser
FASH 100N721 Fashion Culture & Commerce Stephanie Conover
FASH 455N721 Global Merchandising Strategies Rebecca Brown 
HIST 220L721 History of NY: Empire State Thomas Hafer
HLTH 225L721 Topics in Nutrition Jennifer Cauthers
MATH 115L721 Calc. with Management Applications Theresa Powers 
MATH 130L721 Introduction to Statistics Joy Sebesta
PHIL 200L721 Ethics Sasha Biro
PSYC 101L721 Introduction to Psychology Tom Killian
REST 209L721 World Religions John McPhee
REST 335L721 Marriage & Family Karen Scialabba
SOC 101L721 Introduction to Sociology Susan Onderwyzer