2014 Early Spring Courses:

Featured Course

SOC 350-70: Comparative Criminology

January 4-20; Course includes study in English in Quito, Ecuador and travel must be self-financed.

Through ten days of service learning with a variety marginalized groups, the course is designed to create a deeper understanding of Latin American culture, history, politics, and social issues through both an academic and on-site placement experience in the host country. Classes will begin January 2nd at RIC, continue on site in Quito, Ecuador, January 4-13, and continue at RIC upon our return through January 20th. The literature used in the course will advance the students' understanding of how gender, class, culture, politics, and race shape Latin American lives. This program is also eligible for INGOS students, who can extend their stay for three weeks to meet certification requirements. Contact Dr. Jill Harrison jharrison@ric.edu for an application and travel information. Limit 15 students.

2014 Early Spring Registration Dates

Student CategoryRegistration Dates
Degree candidates Oct. 28 – Dec. 30: Online registration via MyRIC
Nondegree undergraduates and graduates Dec. 2 – Dec. 30: Contact Records Office to register
Waiver students Contact Bursar's Office day before the class begins

Take advantage of the time between semesters to accelerate your plan of study with Early Spring courses. Choose from a wide range of convenient choices for undergraduate and graduate students, including online and hybrid courses.

Undergraduate offerings are available in accounting, computer information systems, computer science, gender studies, health education, physical education, psychology, sociology and social work. Three general education courses are offered: Gender and Women's Studies 200, Sociology 207 and Sociology 217.

Graduate courses are available in counseling, educational leadership, and social work. Two new counseling workshops include DSM-5: Update and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Interventions.

Early Spring course dates are Monday, December 30, 2013 through Friday, January 17, 2014; however some courses will include classes or activities before and/or after session dates. For a complete listing of offerings, dates and times, click here: Adobe PDF2014 Early Spring Courses.

Early Spring ADD/DROP and TUITION REFUND policies: Due to the intensive nature of the Early Spring courses, the Add/Drop period will extend through the first class meeting of each course. Tuition refunds are not available after the first class meeting of each course.

Join us for 2014 Early Spring to further your education!

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Page last updated: December 6, 2013