Immaculata University offers a winter session, which begins Dec. 13 and ends Jan. 7. It will offer a number of courses covering diverse topics at the undergraduate and graduate levels. All classes are online, and undergraduate courses will be discounted at $300 per credit for the winter session.
Winter offerings at Immaculata University include popular courses in world civilization, business, art, healthcare, philosophy, psychology, sociology, and theology.
“Immaculata is pleased to offer its winter session, creating an opportunity for students who want to get ahead, make up, or catch up,” said Angela Tekely, vice president for Academic Affairs and provost. “The expansive course offerings have something for everyone, including current and new students, students from another college, and students interested in personal enrichment.”
For over 100 years, Immaculata has maintained a culture rooted in the traditions of benevolence.
The university keeps classes small while offering a wide variety of subjects, majors and pursuits.
It provides Christian core values within a state-of-the-art environment. A student of any faith will leave Immaculata University prepared for the world at large.
Immaculata University, a Catholic academic community, was founded and sponsored in 1920 by the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary,