Officials have confirmed that Intersession courses will be offered at Palomar College between spring and summer of 2014.
Vice President of Instructional Services Berta Curon confirmed that approximately 100 classes will be available during the intensive, four week session.
“We’re leaving it up to the departments to determine whether or not their courses make sense to offer in that short time frame,” Curon said.
Intersession courses allow students to complete an entire semester long course in just four weeks. Each intersession class meets Monday through Thursday, or Tuesday through Friday for four hours per day.
Due to the intensity that comes with completing a course in such a short period, it is not recommended that students enroll in more than one course during intersession.
Intersession is being offered after spring semester ends and before summer session begins. Classes begin May 20 and run through June 13. More information will be available on the Palomar website when the selection of courses being offered is finalized.
In general, intersession courses consist predominantly of general education requirements, which include both three and four unit courses. Please check Palomar’s homepage for more information throughout the end of this semester for updates and additional information.