Officials at Blinn College recently opened its public registration process for the upcoming Winter Minimester and Spring 2017 semester to students who want to earn credit hours throughout the holidays and next semester.
The Minimester lasts from Dec. 16-22 and Jan. 3-11. The spring courses will start on Jan. 17.
For the Minimester, registration will be open until Dec. 15 (traveling students can use the online course selection); for the spring semester, registration will be open until Jan. 16. The officials at Blinn College encourage students to register early to guarantee that they are added to the high-demand courses and gain the most convenient scheduling for their lifestyles.
Online classes include Art History II, Art Appreciation, Introduction to Theater, Mass Communication, Composition I, American Government, World Geography, Texas Government, Medical Terminology I, Texas History, US History I and II, Music Appreciation, Introduction to Physical Fitness and Wellness, Introduction to Sociology, General Psychology, Lifespan Growth & Development, Public Speaking, and Introduction to Speech Communication.
Minimester courses at Bryan Campus include American Government, U.S. History I, Texas Government, Art Appreciation, Mathematics for Business & Social Sciences I, Calculus for Business and Social Sciences, General Psychology, Introduction to Logic, Public Speaking, and Introduction to Sociology.
The academic transfer rate for Blinn amounts to 39.5 percent, which is second in the state. It also surpasses the statewide average at 22 percent.
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