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Winter Session 2014-15

Winter Session 2014
Earn 3 credits in 3 weeks

"Cites of the World (GEO245) offers students a chance to explore many of the greatest cities around the globe. We do this through readings, discussions and a wide array of photographic and multi-media sources.

We use a large number of maps and real photographs to better understand the layout of famous (and in some cases infamous) cities, making this a course well suited for online delivery."

Dr. John Sharp, Instructor, Department of Geology
Winter Session Instructor,GEO245 Cities of the World

"The Psychology Department is happy to provide courses during the Winter Session because we believe that this additional session can have HUGE benefits for students.

As chair, I meet with many of our 500 Psychology majors who want to find ways to graduate early or on time. Offering a few upper-division classes, such as Infancy and Childhood or Industrial Psychology, has allowed motivated students to stay on track.

This all is not to mention the fact that a three-week intensive class on a fascinating topic related to understanding human behavior has the capacity to be eye-opening and awesome!"

Dr. Glenn Geher, Instructor, Department of Psychology
Winter Session Instructor,PSY313 Psychology of Personality

"I'm teaching DMJ224 Introduction to Media Programming and Management this Winter Session because its required for majors in both Digital Media Production and Digital Media Management. By taking it now, it gives students more options during the academic year.

I have constant contact with the students online and give engaging assignments so they can have fun throughout the three weeks while building their skill-sets for future classes."

Dr. Greg Bray, Winter Session Instructor, Department of Digital Media & Journalism
DMJ224 Introduction to Media Programming and Management

Get ahead or Catch up in one of our 3-week online courses.

All classes will be held online using Blackboard. For technical information, please visit the Academic Computing website

Because of the workload required in a three-week class, students can only take 4 credits in the Winter Session.


Email us at or call 845-257-2904.

For registration information, visit the registration page.

SUNY New Paltz Winter Session