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Summer and January Wintersession

Article ID: 298
Last updated: 29 Jul, 2020

Dr. Indira Petoskey, Assistant Dean, Office of Continuing Studies and Enhanced Learning (860) 465-4074

Winthrop Hall, 1st floor, 100B
http://www1.easternct.edu/ce/

Summer and Winter Sessions

Eastern offers a variety of courses during Summer and Winter sessions to help students accelerate progress toward their degree. The cost of these courses is not included in regular University semester fess: students must register and pay for these courses separately. Please visit the Advising Center for more information and assistance.

Options available through the Office of Continuing Studies and Enhanced Learning
(860) 465-0206


The Office of Continuing Studies and Enhanced Learning (CSEL) offers undergraduate evening programs, off-campus courses, online courses, Summer Session, and Winter Session. Fast Track options offer unique formats for degree completion. Generally, students attend Eastern part-time, although some programs may be of interest to full-time students as well. These programs include a flexible Bachelor of General Studies (BGS) degree for students with 60 or more prior credits in good academic standing and options for earning credit for prior learning. CSEL administers the DSST testing program. CSEL also offers the Credit for Lifelong Learning and the Reverse Internship programs for those who are 25 or older with five or more years of significant life experience who can demonstrate that they have acquired college-level learning outside the classroom. Courses are offered at Eastern's Groton site and some Eastern courses are available at Capital Community College and Manchester Community College.

Non-Credit Professional and Personal Development Options through the Office of Continuing Studies and Enhanced Learning
(860) 465-0206

The Office of Continuing Studies and Enhanced Learning is also committed to providing a broad range of training opportunities for professional development, including advanced technical and management training that meets the needs of individuals and businesses in a continually changing technical environment. Online noncredit courses are offered in a variety of professional categories including business, health care, construction technology, Microsoft certification, internet design and networking, and video game design and development. Also available through CSEL are six-week instructor led online non-credit courses in a variety of both personal and professional areas including test preparation, small business, health care, computer applications, languages and personal enrichment. The cost of these courses is not included in regular University semester fees; students must register and pay for these courses separately. For details, visit www1.easternct.edu/ce and click on Non-Credit Programs.

Global Field Courses and Study Abroad through the Office of Continuing Studies and Enhanced Learning
(860) 465-0206

The Office of Continuing Studies and Enhanced Learning at Eastern works with many of Eastern's academic departments, offers Global Field Courses (GFC) throughout the academic year but most often in early summer. Student participants travel as a group with other enrolled students and Eastern faculty. Trips are associated with a course and range in length from one to five weeks. GFC programs serve a growing population of students not able to spend an entire semester or academic year abroad. To study in another country for a semester or a year, please, visit:
http://www.easternct.edu/internationalstudyabroad/

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