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Fall 2021 Mini-Mester at the College of Coastal Georgia
What is a mini-mester?
Also known as "2nd Session," a mini-mester is a shortened academic term that runs for eight weeks. The same amount of content is covered, but in a more condensed format.
When does the mini-mester begin and end?
The mini-mester, also known as second session for Fall 2021, begins Oct. 11, 2021. Exams will begin Dec. 7, 2021.
Is financial aid available?
Yes! Contact the Office of Financial Aid for more information.
Will housing be available?
Interesting in joining the Mariner family during Fall 2021 mini-mester?
Excellent! Your first step is to contact Admissions at 912-279-5701 or e-mail email@example.com.
What courses are offered during Fall 2021 mini-mester?
A variety of courses are offered on the Brunswick campus, on the web, and in a hybrid format. Students may choose to take a Coastal Georgia course or a course through the e-Language offerings. Below is a list of courses available. NOTE: This is subject to change. Please contact your COMPASS Career & Academic Advisor for the most up to date information.
NOTE: Class availability is subject to change. Please contact the COMPASS Career and Academic Advising Center for more details.
Have we answered all of your questions?
Please contact the Office of Admissions at 912-279-5701, or complete an Inquiry Form and we will be happy to help.
|81027||BUSA||1105||Introduction to Business||Web Class||-|
|80432||BUSA||2106||Environment of Business||Brunswick||TR 1100-1215|
|80987||ENGL||1101||English Composition I||Brunswick||MW 1800-1915 CORREL 108|
|80192||PHED||1420||Scuba Diving||Camden Center||MW 1800-1950|
|80193||PHED||1430||Outdoor Challenges||Brunswick||FS 0900-1600|
|80194||PHED||1430||Outdoor Challenges||Brunswick||FS 0900-1600|
|80195||PHED||1470||Kayaking||Camden Center||FS 0900-1600|
|80171||WELL||1111||Nutrition & Wellness||Web Class||-|
|80176||WELL||1112||Health Decisions||Web Class||-|
|80509||WELL||1112||Health Decisions||Web Class||-|
|ARTS||1100||Art Appreciation||E-Core Class|
|COMM||1100||Introduction to Communication||E-Core Class|
|ENGL||1101||English Composition I||E-Core Class|
|ENGL||1102||English Composition II||E-Core Class|
|ENGL||2111||World Literature I||E-Core Class|
|ENGL||2112||World Literature II||E-Core Class|
|ENGL||2131||American Literature I||E-Core Class|
|ENGL||2132||American Literature II||E-Core Class|
|ENVS||2202||Environmental Science||E-Core Class|
|ETEC||1101||Electronic Tech in Ed Environ||E-Core Class|
|HIST||1111||World History I||E-Core Class|
|HIST||1112||World History II||E-Core Class|
|HIST||2111||U.S. History I||E-Core Class|
|HIST||2112||U.S. History II||E-Core Class|
|MATH||1001||Quantitative Reasoning||E-Core Class|
|MATH||1101||Intro to Mathematical Modeling||E-Core Class|
|MATH||1111||College Algebra||E-Core Class|
|MATH||1401||Elementary Statistics||E-Core Class|
|MATH||1501||Calculus I||E-Core Class|
|MUSC||1100||Music Appreciation||E-Core Class|
|PHIL||2010||Intro to Philosophy||E-Core Class|
|POLS||1101||American Government||E-Core Class|
|PSYC||1101||Intro to General Psychology||E-Core Class|
|SOCI||1101||Intro to Sociology||E-Core Class|
|SPAN||2001||Intermediate Spanish I||E-Core Class|
|SPAN||2002||Intermediate Spanish II||E-Core Class|