Winter Session

Picture this: You’re sitting in front of the fire, snow is falling outside your window, and you’re sipping a cup of hot chocolate, all while getting ahead on your degree. Marist’s Winter Session allows you to continue learning in an online format throughout your winter break, to help you stay on track with your degree and offers you the flexibility you need to enhance your Marist experience. 

Details

Winter Session courses are priced at $770 per credit and will run from December 17, 2022 through January 13, 2023. Registration begins on November 3 at 10:30 a.m. All students attending Marist Winter Session courses held online pay the Professional Studies tuition rate of $770.00 per credit as listed for the 2022-2023 academic year and must pay a $100 deposit fee before registering.

 

By taking advantage of Winter Session courses, you have the opportunity to accelerate your academic career. By completing your undergraduate studies faster, it can ultimately save you money and enable you to enter your desired field ahead of schedule.

Register

By taking advantage of Winter Session courses, you have the opportunity to accelerate your academic career. By completing your undergraduate studies faster, it can ultimately save you money and enable you to enter your desired field ahead of schedule.

Register

Interested in fitting more experiences into your four years at Marist? Taking Winter Session courses is a great way to free up space in your schedule to incorporate new things! Now you'll have the opportunity to do things like:

  • Add a second major
  • Add a minor or concentration
  • Register for that fun elective you've had your eye on
  • Complete an internship
  • Study abroad

Register

Interested in fitting more experiences into your four years at Marist? Taking Winter Session courses is a great way to free up space in your schedule to incorporate new things! Now you'll have the opportunity to do things like:

  • Add a second major
  • Add a minor or concentration
  • Register for that fun elective you've had your eye on
  • Complete an internship
  • Study abroad

Register

All students taking an online course through the School of Professional Programs are required to complete iLearn orientation. Refer to your Online Student Welcome Kit for additional information. Registration will open concurrent with the Spring 2023 registration schedule in November.

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
  • Current Marist students: Winter session is a great way to catch up on credits. You can register through the myMarist portal concurrent with spring registration.

Image of Marist campus in winter

All students taking an online course through the School of Professional Programs are required to complete iLearn orientation. Refer to your Online Student Welcome Kit for additional information. Registration will open concurrent with the Spring 2023 registration schedule in November.

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
  • Current Marist students: Winter session is a great way to catch up on credits. You can register through the myMarist portal concurrent with spring registration.

Winter Session 2023 - Online: December 17, 2022 - January 13, 2023

Add/Drop Available: December 19 - December 21

Course Title Instructor
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 Julin Sharp 
CMPT 105N721 Excel (1 Credit) Meghan Tomaskovic
COM 211L721 Fundamentals of Public Relations Theory & Practice Jennifer Robinette
COM 302L721 Persuasion Wenjing Xie
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 Lisa Neilson
ENG 240L721 American Short Fiction Stephen Mercier
ENSC 101L721 Introduction to Environmental Issues Chris Bowser
FASH 100L721 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
MUS 242L721 Popular Music in America Michael Napolitano
PHIL 200L721 Ethics Sasha Biro
PSYC 101L721 Introduction to Psychology Emma Frederick
REST 209L721 World Religions John McPhee
REST 355L721 Marriage & Family Ross Enochs
SOC 101L721 Introduction to Sociology Kim Mazza
SOC 336L721 Social Inequality Paul LoBianco

 

 

 

 

 

Winter Session 2023 - Onground:

January 5 - January 7, 2023: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

MDIA 190N111 ST: Adobe Photoshop Certification #10034 (1 Credit)

  • In an accelerated, three-day format, students will learn PhotoShop image-editing skills including managing layers, image repair, import/export, Web images vs. print, raster vs. vector, masks and filters, and batch automation. Class time will be a combination of lecture/demonstration and hands-on exercises. Students will then sit for a certification exam, with a passing score earning the Adobe Certified Professional certificate. Pre-requisite: familiarity with computers and director navigation using file paths.

 

January 11 - January 14, 2023: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

MDIA 191N111 Avid Media Composer Certification #10035 (1 Credit)

  • In an accelerated format, students will cover all material from the Avid Media Composer 110 course including advanced project management, media management, and effects. Class time will be a combination of lecture/demonstration and hands-on exercises. Students will then sit for the MC 110 exam, with a passing score earning the Avid Certified user certificate. Pre-requisite: completion of the MC 101 course and a passing score on the MC 101 exam.

 

Questions?

For general inquiries, contact the School of Professional Programs by calling (845) 575 - 3202 or emailing ProfessionalPrograms@Marist.edu.