Geneva College

 

 

Fall 2012 Schedule

Bridge Course Offerings– Fall Semester 2012

Starred courses (*) meet Geneva’s core requirements.

Session 1 August - October

Day Course Title Incl. Dates Location
Monday ACE 116 Oral Communications 10/29/12 - 12/3/12 Main Campus

Tuesday *HUM 118 Classical & Christian Cultures 10/30/12 - 12/18/12 Main Campus

Wednesday BIB 112 Intro to Old Testament 9/5/12 - 10/24/12 RPTS

Session 2 October - December

 Day Course Title Incl. Dates Location
Monday *CHM 140 Fundamentals of Chemistry 9/10/12 – 10/22/12 Main Campus

Tuesday PSS 313 Abnormal Psychology 9/4/12 – 10/23/12 Main Campus

Wednesday BIB 113 Intro to New Testament 10/31/12 - 12/19/12 RPTS

A note about the OL (online) courses:
Everyone enrolled in online courses will attend two face-to-face classes; generally these are for the first and the last dates indicated for the course. Attendance at these two sessions is required since the first session will orient students to the online course, including details of access to the course, and the additional session will also include part of the grading requirement.   Except for these two sessions, all other coursework will be online.

The courses are to be completed within the specified dates.  Individual instructors will establish the timing guidelines for week-by-week required postings.  These assignments may include online discussions, follow-up on hyperlinks, posted papers and responses to the work of others.  However, students will not be required to log on at specific times each week; the log on times may be determined by each student’s schedule.


FINANCIAL AID IS AVAILABLE TO THOSE WHO QUALIFY

Class enrollment is limited.
Classes are subject to minimum and maximum enrollment.

Call today 1-800-576-3111 and ask about the Bridge Program and how it can work for you!


 

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