If time got away from you and you weren’t able to enroll in classes for the spring 2012 semester, Northeast State is offering a second chance to enroll in mini-mester courses to earn college credit.
Northeast State developed mini-mesters to help students who have work or family responsibilities that make it difficult to attend classes during a long semester, which are typically 15 weeks. A mini-mester course can be completed in fewer weeks and students receive the same quality instruction and credit hours.
The College offers 35 courses this spring in history, mathematics, humanities, English, computer applications, industrial technology, reading, and speech. Depending on the course, the mini-mester may run three weeks or seven weeks.
The first section of courses runs from Feb. 6 through Feb. 24 and students may enroll in history and mathematics. The second group of courses is scheduled March 12-30 and includes humanities and mathematics.
The third section runs from March 12 through April 30 and includes English, computer applications, industrial technology, mathematics, reading, and speech. The final spring mini-mester is slated for April 9-27 with humanities and mathematics offerings.
All courses are located on the main campus, 2425 Highway 75, adjacent to the Tri-Cities Regional Airport. For a listing of spring mini-mester offerings, visit www.NortheastState.edu.
Students interested in mini-mester courses may contact the office of Admissions and Records at 800.836.7822 or e-mail admissions@NortheastState.edu.