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Publication Date: 11/4/2014


Erin T | 11/7/2014 12:50:52 PM

Hi Kristina,

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Kristina F | 11/4/2014 11:58:13 AM

My school is looking into weekend classes and I'm looking for guidance on how to package these courses.

Presently we have two 8 week sessions in one 15 week semester. We are looking at a few options with the weekend classes.
1.) Three weekend classes - Friday evening for 4 hours and all day Saturday 8 hours for three weekends. This would be along side the student taking a 8 week class in the same session.

2.) The student would take the three weekend class in on session alone and not take any other 8 week class.

The weekend class is worth 3 credit hours.

I think that I can packaged the first scenario as I do the regular 8 week courses because it is lumped in together.

The second scenario I am not sure how to package because it less than the 8 weeks in the 15 week semester.

Any assistance is helpful. I am available all day so you can call me and my number is below.

Thank you,
Kristina Fripps
Peirce College
kmfripps@peirce.edu
215-670-9330

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