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Are you a highly motivated student who can devote time to an intense, fast-paced program of study? Then consider enrolling in a May term course. This "minimester," held between the end of the Spring semester and before the start of the Summer term, lets you earn up to 4 credit hours in just a few weeks.

The May term class schedule is different at each college but typically lasts from mid-May through early June. May term course offerings are limited and vary by college also; in the past, subjects have ranged from ceramics and beginning golf to algebra and English.

You may enroll in only 4 credit hours each May term. These classes are considered Summer classes for registration, transcript and tuition purposes. If you plan to enroll in regular Summer classes in addition to May term, please register and pay for your May term class first.

Classes by Subject

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Accounting
Advanced Manufacturing/Mechatronics Technology
Art
Astronomy (See Physics)
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Biology
Business Administration
Business Office Systems and Support (Formerly listed as Office Technology)
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Commercial Music
Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD)
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Earth Science (See Geology)
Economics
Education
Electrical Engineering Technology
Electrical Technology
Electronics Technology
Engineering
Engineering Technology
English
Environmental Science
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Geology
Government
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History
Hospitality, Exhibition and Event Management
Humanities
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Japanese
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Languages
JAPN [Japanese]
SPAN [Spanish]
Logistics Technology
Logistics, Supply Chain Management, and Manufacturing Technology
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Marketing Careers
Mathematics
Medical Front Office
Multimedia Technology
Music
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Nutrition (See Biology)
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Philosophy
Photography
Physical Education
Physics
Psychology
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Religion (See Philosophy)
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Sociology
Spanish
Speech Communication
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Welding Technology