Virginia University at Parkersburg
Three summer sessions offered at WVU
CONTACT: Cecelia Malhotra, registrar, 304-424-8220.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
West Virginia University at Parkersburg will offer three summer sessions, beginning in June. Included is an eight-week session and two-four summer terms.
The eight-week session begins June 3 and concludes with final exams on July 26. The first four-week term also begins June 3 and ends June 28. The second four-week session begins July 1 and concludes July 26.
WVU Parkersburg’s Humanities Division will offer several new courses this summer. During the first four-week session, Dottie Bibbee, journalism professor, will teach a course in Adolescent Literature (ENGL 397). The three-credit-hour course will meet from 6 to 8:45 p.m., Monday-Thursday, beginning June 3.
Also, Goran Trajkovski, assistant professor of computer science and a native of Macedonia, will introduce students to his culture and language with a new Alternative Delivery System (ADS) course entitled Elementary Macedonian 1 (FLAN 297). The course will be offered during the second four-week session, beginning July 1, and will combine class meetings and the Internet.
Other courses will be offered in accounting, biology, chemistry, computer and information technology, computer science, criminal justice, drafting, economics, English, general business, geology, geography, German, fitness, history, language arts, management, marketing mathematics, physical science, political science, psychology, reading, sociology, surgical technology, speech, student development, and welding.
Similar course offerings are available at the college’s Jackson County Center in Ripley.
Additional information about WVU Parkersburg summer classes is available by contacting the college, 424-8000.
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