The College of Arts & Sciences offers a variety of online Winter Session courses, which are a great way to earn credits between semesters and from the comfort of your home computer.

Winter Session: December 22, 2016 - January 16, 2017

Which courses are offered online?

American Studies

AMST-1111 Defining America and Americans -- Iain Bernhoft  

College of Arts and Sciences

CAS-201 College to Career: Explore Your Options and Find Your Path -- Jamie Gallo

Communication and Journalism

CJN-222 Communication and Leadership -- Vicki Karns


GVT-110 Introduction to American Democracy -- Kenneth Cosgrove
GVT- 115 Evolution in the Global System -- Weiqi Zhang


HST-150 Empires & Globalization II -- Shahram Shadbash


PHIL-127 Contemporary Moral Issues -- Nir Eisikovits


PSYCH-248 The Psychology of Mindfulness -- Susan Orsillo


SCI-173 and L-173 Geographic Information Science and Lab -- Scott Lussier

How do I register and pay for winter online courses?

Registration for Winter Session will be open during spring registration. The last day to register is Wednesday, December 21, 2016. The last day to drop without a grade of W is January 1, 2017. The last day to drop without a grade of F is January 8, 2017. 

Suffolk Students can register online.

Non-Suffolk students must apply by filling out the Continuing and Professional Studies Registration Form. Limit one course per student. 

Please note that full payment is due at the time of registration. Tuition for the winter intersession $1,042 per credit. After you have made payment, please contact the Bursar’s Office to receive registration clearance.

Payments can be made online at You can also pay in person at the RAM Registration and Financial Center.

Please call 617-573-8407 if you have any tuition questions.

University withdrawal policy for the online winter intersession that begins December 21, 2016 and ends January 16, 2017 is:

Thursday, December 22, 2016: 100% refund
Friday, December 23, 2016 and after: No refund

Please note that Financial Aid cannot be applied to Winter Session courses.

Who do I contact for more information?

If you have any general questions regarding the College of Arts & Sciences Online Winter Session, please contact the Dean's Office at 617-973-1186.