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January Intersession

Jump Ahead Towards Graduation

Warm up with an online course this winter and earn 3 credits in just 4 weeks.

Pace’s January Intersession offers a variety of courses during the January Intersession, many of them 100% online.

  • Registration begins Monday, October 25, 2021
  • Tuition and fee payments are due Monday, December 13,2021 Intersession tuition is $1,347/credit.
  • Classes begin on Tuesday, January 4, 2022
  • Traditional in-class and hybrid online/in-class courses end on Friday, January 21, 2022
  • Fully online classes end on Monday, January 31, 2022

To register

Current Pace Student

Please visit the online schedule explorer (select "January Intersession 2021" from the "Choose Term" drop down) for more details on courses, such as assigned instructor and description.

Schedule Explorer

Visiting Student

You don’t have to be a Pace University student to earn credits through Winter Intersession. Simply register as a non-degree student. Access the online application.

Asyncronous (ASYNC)

Courses are taught online with students participating at their own times. There will be assignments, quizzes/tests, projects and/or discussions that students have the flexibility to complete within a set period each week.

Undergraduate

Course Title (Credit #)
ANT 101 Introduction to Anthropology (3)*
AOK: III, V
ART 165 Mixed Media (3)
AOK: IV
ART 176 Visual Literacy (3)
AOK: IV
ART 186 Digital Design I (3)
BIO 196P Prescription For Addiction (3)
AOK: III, V
COM 200 Public Speaking (3)
COS 111 Introduction to Comm Studies (3)
COS 335 Media & Gender (3)
CRJ 150 Introduction to Criminal Justice (3)
ECO 105 Principles of Microeconomics (3)
ENG 201 Writing in the Disciplines (3)
ENG 223E Creative Writing: Film Scenario (3)*
AOK: IV
FSS 250 Cinema Auteurs: Auteurs of New York City (3)
AOK: IV
HIS 107 World Civilization I (3)
AOK: III
HIS 289

Social History of Sports in the US (3)*
AOK: II

LIT 212M The Cosmos and the Literary Imagination (3)*
MAT 102 Mathematics for Life (3)
MAT 104 Finite Mathematics (3)
MAT 260 History of Mathematics (3)*
AOK: V
MCA 112 Fundamentals of Communication (3)
POL 101 Comparative Introduction to Political Science (3)
AOK: III
PSY 112 Introduction to Psychology (4)
AOK: V
PSY 215 Psychology of Cultural Diversity (3)*
AOK: III
PSY 233 Psychology of Civic Engagement (3)
AOK: I
PSY 306 Psychological Testing (4)
PSY 308 Histoy of Psychology (4)*
PSY 323 The Psychology of Learning (3)
PSY 375 Lifespan Development Psychology (4)
SCI 101 The Planet Earth (3)
SCI 101 The Planet Earth (0)
Lab
SOC 102

Introduction to Sociology (3)
AOK: II, V

SOC 114 Criminology (3)
AOK: V
SPA 154Q Negotiating Border Lines - Latino Films of the United States (3)
WS 115 Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies (3)
AOK: II, IV
WS 268 Men and Masculinities (3)*
AOK: II, IV

*Writing Enhanced

Graduate

Course Title (Credit #)
PSY 621 Psychological Measurements (3)

Hyflex / Hybrid-Flex (HYFLX)

Course is taught in a combined approach with some physical, on-campus participation and some remote Zoom participation. Instructors work with students to determine the attendance location. Visit the Hyflex website for more information.

Graduate

Course Title (Credit #)
FOR 502 Analytical Chemistry and Instrumental Analysis (4)
Meets in-person Monday and Thursday from 6:10pm to 10:00pm

Mixed (MIXAS)

Course is taught using a combination of real-time Zoom sessions and self-paced or asynchronous activities.

Undergraduate

Course Title (Credit #)
GLA 214 Japanese Manga & Anime: History of Asian Media (3)
Meets on Zoom Mondays and Wednesdays from 6:00pm to 9:00pm

Synchronous (SYNC)

Course is taught online in real time using Zoom. Students will be required to participate at set times from their own home/residence hall or remote location.

Graduate

Course Title (Credit #)
MHC 658 Marriage and Family Systems and Counseling (3)
Meets on Zoom on 1/4, 1/5, 1/11, 1/12, 1/18, and 1/19
from 5:30pm to 8:30pm
MHC 685 Social and Cultural Foundations of Counseling (3)
Meets on Zoom on on 1/8, 1/15, and 1/22
from 4:00pm to 7:00pm