Spring has sprung… and so has summer registration!
We know, we know. Thinking about next semester is a tall order. But whatever your plans for summer—camping, gardening, or taking a family vacation—online University of Wisconsin Sustainable Management courses are flexible enough to fit right in with your summer activities, giving you the freedom to study when and where you want while still having time to relax. (See the list of summer courses here.)
Plus, by taking online Sustainable Management courses this summer, you can:
1. Ensure your eligibility.
If you’re new to the program, talk to an enrollment adviser to make sure you have the required credits and prerequisite courses to enroll in the program. If you still need a required course, we can help you find one this summer so you are ready to begin your program in fall.
2. Save time.
The shorter summer schedule means you can rack up credits in just 12 weeks instead of 16.
3. Get up to speed or stay sharp.
If you’re a new Sustainable Management student, start with a lighter course load so you can find your study groove in time for fall. As a current student, you can maintain academic momentum with a lighter course load so you can hit the ground running again this fall.
4. Gain focus.
Summer is a great time to take a course if you work slowly or if you know of a difficult course that will benefit from having your complete attention.
5. Reduce stress.
A small course load is easier to handle. And the credits you earn will give you breathing room in case you need to take fewer credits in a future semester.
Plus, summer semester is a chance to take select courses that will not be offered again until 2017.
Summer semester starts May 31
Registration is now open!
Courses run: May 31–August 19
Preview week (a chance for enrolled students to explore the online learning management system) starts: May 24
Please see the UW Sustainable Management Course Schedule page for course offerings and descriptions.
Wondering how to register? If you are an enrolled UW Sustainable Management student, visit the Registration page of the website to register for summer courses. If you are not an enrolled student, you will need to apply to the program before you can register for summer.
Find out more—call 1-877-895-3276 or email email@example.com to talk with an enrollment adviser who will be happy to answer your questions and help you apply.
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