Inside Iowa State
Jan. 10, 1997
Accelerated night courses begin week of Feb. 10
by Jennifer Henrich
Iowa State will offer eight on-campus accelerated evening courses spring semester.
The accelerated courses will start the week of Feb. 10 and end no later than the week of April 21. They will be taught on campus. The courses are:
Early registration for spring 1997 accelerated evening courses ends today, Jan. 10. To register, call 4-1889 weekdays between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.
- Business Communication (English 302)
- Technical Communication (English 314)
- American Literature: 1945 to the Present (English 364)
- Death as a Part of Living (Human Development and Family Studies 373)
- Principles of Marketing (Marketing 340)
- State and Local Governments (Political Science 310)
- Sex and Gender in Society (Sociology 327/Women's Studies 327)
- The Holocaust (University Studies 301A)
All on-campus accelerated evening courses offered spring semester apply toward the Bachelor of Liberal Studies degree. Students can earn the general studies degree in liberal arts by attending only evening classes and without having to enroll in full-time study on campus. The degree offers a flexible curriculum and can be tailored to a new career, career advancement or graduate school preparation.
"We are pleased to offer a flexible program to meet the needs of adults with a range of other responsibilities and an interest in continuing or starting their education," said Edwin Lewis, associate provost.
In addition to on-campus courses, the university offers evening ISU courses for BLS degree candidates on the Des Moines Area Community College campus, Ankeny, and over the Iowa Communications Network.
For more information on the BLS degree program, call 4- 4831.
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