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Earn Credits from Home Over the Winter Break with Intensive Winter Session Online Courses

Want to earn your degree faster but don't have the time to take intensive courses alongside regular ones? Then consider taking advantage of Peirce's brand new intensive winter college classes format. Most winter session online courses are three weeks long, running from December 27 through January 16, while Peirce College 101 is just one week, January 6 through January 11. These courses meet entirely online, letting you learn from home or anywhere else with an internet connection and making it easy for you to fit them into your busy holiday season.

Since our online winter courses take place between other sessions, you will not be taking any other courses at the same time. There are no pre-course or post-course assignments for intensive winter courses; you'll complete all your work during the winter session.

The full list of available winter courses for the 2018-2019 academic year is as follows:

  • PRC101 - Peirce College 101 (1 credit)
  • PRC100 - Student Success Seminar (3 credits)
  • FIN100 - Introduction to Personal Finance (3 credits)
  • HCA210 - Healthcare Delivery in the US (3 credits)
  • HIT100 - Medical Terminology (3 credits)
  • SOC101 - General Sociology (3 credits)

Peirce's online winter session is an additional opportunity for highly motivated students to accelerate their path toward graduation. Get ahead or catch up by taking a winter session at Peirce College.

Registration Deadlines and Requirements

The registration deadline for Peirce College 101 is December 28 and the registration deadline for all other classes is December 14.

Please note that new and guest students will need approval from their enrollment specialist & or academic advisor before registering for one of these courses.

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