Winter Session

2017 Courses

*NEW 6-week courses! MATH 103 and MATH 105 (Jump to 6-week courses)

Winter Session courses are offered completely online, and courses are delivered through Blackboard Learn, WSU's learning management system. You may register for only one Winter Session course, and it cannot be your first course taken at WSU.

Winter Session courses are either three weeks in duration (Dec. 16, 2017 - Jan. 7, 2018) or six weeks in duration (Nov. 18, 2017 - Jan. 7, 2018) but you will have access to your course space as early as Nov. 3. You should plan to become familiar with the course space and complete any introductory activities before your Winter Session course begins.

Register in myWSU. Choose the 2017 Fall Semester term and enter the class number listed with the course below.

3-week Courses:

  • ANTH 316, section 2 [DIVR] - Gender in Cross Cultural Perspective (crosslisted with WOMEN_ST 316)
    3 credits

    Cross-cultural examination of the status and roles of women and men, sexuality and marriage, and folk concepts of sexual anatomy in traditional cultures in Western science; concepts of nature and culture are explored through a variety of perspectives.
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    Class number: 6401

  • CES 300, section 1 [DIVR] - Intersections of Race, Class, Gender and Sexuality (crosslisted with WOMEN_ST 300 and SOC 300)
    3 credits

    Intersections between race, class and gender through case studies; experiences in interdisciplinary methods.
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    Class number: 6393

  • CES 379, section 1 - Indigenous Film
    3 credits

    Critical examination of films and videos featuring and by indigenous peoples; traces the history of the indigenous peoples as subjects of films and as filmmakers.
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    Class number: 6386

  • COM 101, section 1 [SSCI] - Media and Society
    3 credits

    Mass media's influence in contemporary society.
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    Class number: 6404

  • COM 105, section 2 [HUM] - Communication in Global Contexts
    3 credits

    Communication processes and how they influence human behavior and construction of social reality across global contexts.
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    Class number: 11634

  • CRM_J 101, section 2 [SSCI] - Introduction to the Administration of Criminal Justice
    3 credits

    Agencies and processes in the administration of criminal justice.
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    Class number: 6387

  • CRM_J 403, section 2 [CAPS] - Violence Toward Women (crosslisted with WOMEN_ST 403)
    3 credits

    Violence toward women and its relationship to broader social issues such as sexism and social control.
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    Class number: 6389

  • ECONS 102, section 2 [SSCI] - Fundamentals of Macroeconomics
    3 credits

    Theory and policy related to unemployment, inflation, foreign trade, government spending, taxation, and banking.
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    Class number: 6400

  • HISTORY 110, section 1 [HUM] - American History to 1877
    3 credits

    Social, economic, cultural history of British mainland colonies/United States to 1877.
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    Class number: 6391

  • HISTORY 120, section 1 [DIVR] - World History I
    3 credits

    Integrated study of political, social, cultural, economic, environmental and religious systems among peoples and civilization prior to 1500 CE.
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    Class number: 6392

  • KINES 496, section 1 - Special Topics: Physical Activity and Health
    1-3 credits

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    Class number: 6399

  • MUSIC 160, section 2 [ARTS] - Survey of Music Literature
    3 credits

    Exploration of predominantly western music through demonstrations, performances, lectures, concerts, and discussions.
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    Class number: 6382

  • MUSIC 262, section 3 [ARTS] - Rock Music: History and Social Analysis
    3 credits

    History and analysis of rock music related to its African American origins, its societal role, and its diverse development and impact.
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    Class number: 6383

  • MUSIC 362, section 3 [DIVR] - History of Jazz
    3 credits

    History of jazz in chronological sequence; social and political contexts of the African-American origins of jazz; stylistic developments.
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    Class number: 6384

  • MUS 363, section 2 [DIVR] - Women in Music (crosslisted with WOMEN ST 363)
    3 credits

    Intersections of gender, class, race, and culture with popular and country music.
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    Class number: 9865

  • SHS 201, section 2 - American Sign Language I
    4 credits

    Instruction and practical training in sign language for communication with persons who are deaf; deaf culture; beginning conversation skills.
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    Class number: 6397

  • SHS 202, section 1 - American Sign Language II
    4 credits

    Sign language systems; vocabulary and skill development in signing and interpreting signs; intermediate conversation skills.
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    Class number: 6398

  • SOC 300, section 1 [DIVR] - Intersections of Race, Class, Gender and Sexuality (crosslisted with CES 300 and WOMEN_ST 300)
    3 credits

    Intersections between race, class and gender through case studies; experiences in interdisciplinary methods.
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    Class number: 6394

  • WOMEN_ST 300, section 1 [DIVR] - Intersections of Race, Class, Gender and Sexuality (crosslisted with CES 300 and SOC 300)
    3 credits

    Intersections between race, class and gender through case studies; experiences in interdisciplinary methods.
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    Class number: 6395

  • WOMEN_ST 316, section 2 [DIVR] - Gender in Cross Cultural Perspective (crosslisted with ANTH 316)
    3 credits

    Cross-cultural examination of the status and roles of women and men, sexuality and marriage, and folk concepts of sexual anatomy in traditional cultures in Western science; concepts of nature and culture are explored through a variety of perspectives.
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    Class number: 6402

  • WOMEN_ST 363, section 1 [DIVR] - Women in Music (crosslisted with MUS 363)
    3 credits

    Intersections of gender, class, race, and culture with popular and country music.
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    Class number: 9866

  • WOMEN_ST 403, section 2 [CAPS] - Violence Toward Women (crosslisted with CRM_J 403)
    3 credits

    Violence toward women and its relationship to broader social issues such as sexism and social control.
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    Class number: 6390


6-week Courses:

The 6-week Winter Session courses start on Saturday, Nov. 18, the first day of Thanksgiving break. From Dec. 10 - 16, students have a break to focus on fall semester final exams. Classes resume on Dec. 17 and end on Jan. 7. Dates and deadlines are different from 3-week courses, including when tuition is due. 6-week Course Dates and Deadlines

  • MATH 103, section 2 - Algebra Methods and Introduction to Functions
    3 credits

    Fundamental algebraic operations and concepts, linear systems and inequalities, polynomial and rational functions, introduction to exponential and logarithmic functions.
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    Class number: 11857

  • MATH 105, section 2 [QUAN] - Exploring Mathematics
    3 credits

    Nature and scope of modern mathematics, and its relationships to other disciplines.
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    Class number: 11858

3-week courses:
Dec. 16, 2017 - Jan. 7, 2018

6-week courses:
Nov. 18, 2017 - Jan. 7, 2018
(Break from Dec. 10 - 16)

You can enroll in only one Winter Session course.

Register early. Access your online course as early as Nov. 3!


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