Spring 2014: "High Demand Courses Online" Program
Spartans Online offers courses through a program called “High Demand Courses Online”. The goal of this program is to provide courses SJSU students need to progress in their educational goals (e.g., to graduate, to apply for their major, to attain mastery in a specific domain required for degree progression, etc.). These classes will run from March 11 - May 16 (10 weeks). Please see below for more information on registration dates, list of class offerings, etc.
Relevant Documents for Fall 2013 Registration
Student FAQ for the High Demand Courses Online Program
Student Check-Off List
Student Information Sheet
Excess Units Petition
Financial Petition Form
Open University Registration Form
Quick Information for Spring 2014 Program
- Tuition: $350 per unit (e.g., a 3-unit course will cost $1050)
- Term Dates: 3/11-5/16 (see the list above for the Spring 2014 student schedule)
- Registration window: 2/25-3/18
- Student will not be automatically dropped (un-enrolled) from course(s) for non-payment. Student is responsible for officially dropping course(s)
Spring 2014 Calendar
|February||25||Registration begins for Spring 2014 classes|
|March||10||100% refund for students who drop class prior to the first day of the session|
|11||First day of instructions - classes begin|
90% refund for students who drop after the first day of instruction
|18||Spartans Online registration ends|
|18||Last day to drop through MySJSU|
|18||Last day to drop without a "W" grade|
|18||Last day to pay tuition|
|19||0% refund for students who drop after the last day to register|
|May||16||Last day of instruction - classes end|
Spring 2014 Class List
|Course Name & Number||
|Class Number||Credits||Instructor Name & Email|
Understand the judicial system and the role of law. Gain knowledge in purchasing, contracting, and administering a business as it impacts the firm’s constituencies and society. This is a major requirement. See course syllabus for more information.
|10||30508||3 credits||Nanette Clinch|
Understand theory and application of data and its value. Good course for those who are interested in probability as a measure of uncertainty and hypothesis testing. This is a major requirement. See course syllabus for more information.
|10||30562||3 credits||Xu Yang|
Review computer hardware and software concepts and common operating system functions and learn about the use of microcomputer-based word processing, presentation graphics and spreadsheet productivity tools. This is a major requirement. See course syllabus for more information.
|10||30510||1 credit||Mike Splane|
Provides an overview of economic, social, cultural, and political factors influencing crossborder business. This course also introduces international dimensions of business functions and operations. This is a major requirement. See course syllabus for more information.
|10||30509||3 credits||Asbjorn Osland|
|Explore the meaning of childhood to people of differing times and of differing cultures. Great course for those interested in pursuing a career in child development. Meets Area V General Education requirements. See course syllabus for more information.||10||30443||3 credits||Robin Love|
||10||30532||3 credits||Don Reed