Winter Session is a great opportunity to accelerate your graduation, return to school, or explore a new area of interest. This intensive session between the Fall and Spring semesters offers courses from the university’s degree programs. Enrollment is open to current SDSU students, students from other colleges and universities, high school graduates, and working professionals.

Take SDSU Academic Classes Over Winter Break

Winter Session runs Jan. 2–19, 2019.

Winter Session courses are accelerated and rigorous in terms of format and timeline; please plan accordingly to dedicate sufficient time in your schedule.

Steps to Register:

  1. Choose Your Course
  2. Use Existing RedID or Get RedID
  3. Create a CES Account
  4. Check Out

 

 

For additional information, please email wintersession.ces@sdsu.edu or call (619) 594-3946.

Courses

2018 Fall2019 Spring2019 Summer
2019 Spring
ACCTG 0201 Financial Accounting Fundamentals

Format: Online

Theory and practice of accounting applicable to recording, summarizing, and reporting of business transactions for external reporting and other external uses. Asset valuation; revenue and expense recognition; various asset, liability, and capital accounts.

Course Date(s)
January 2 - January 16
2019 Spring
ACCTG 0202 Managerial Accounting Fundamentals

Format: Online

Selection and analysis of accounting information for internal use by managers. Using financial information for planning and control purposes.

Prerequisites: Minimum grade of C in Accountancy 201. Proof of completion of prerequisite required: Copy of transcript.

Course Date(s)
January 2 - January 16
$843
Instructors
Nancy Jones
2019 Spring
ACCTG 0503.01 Federal Taxation of Individuals

Format: Online

Taxation of individuals, including income, deductions, credits, social security taxes, and property transactions.

Prerequisites:Prerequisites: Accountancy 201 and 202. Approved upper division business major, business minor, or other approved major.

Proof of completion of prerequisites required: Copy of transcript.

Course Date(s)
January 2 - January 16
2019 Spring
B A 0300.01 Ethical Decision-Making in Business

Format: Online

Theoretical concepts and dimensions of ethics in business decisions. Ethics of decision alternatives using different approaches and philosophies, with application of an integrative ethical decision model to cases from various business subdisciplines.

Prerequisites:Approved upper division business major or another major approved by the Fowler College of Business.

Proof of completion of prerequisite required: Copy of transcript

Course Date(s)
January 2 - January 16
January 2 - January 16
2019 Spring
B A 0323 Fundamentals of Finance

Format: Face to Face

Objectives of financial management. Financing the business enterprise. Internal financial management. Introduction to the cost of capital, valuation, dividend policy, leverage, international finance, and the techniques of present value and its applications. Sources of capital. (Formerly numbered Finance 323.)

Prerequisites: Approved upper division business major, business minor, or another major approved by the Fowler College of Business.

Course Date(s)
January 2 - January 16
2019 Spring
CLASS 0120 English Words from Latin and Greek

Format: Online

Latin and Greek words and bases and their English derivatives. Etymology, word analysis and construction, language history, and structure.

Course Date(s)
January 2 - January 19
2019 Spring
ECON 0102 Principles of Economics

Format: Online

Principles of economic analysis, economic institutions, and issues of public policy. Emphasis on direction of production, allocation of resources, and distribution of income, through the price system (microanalysis); and international economics.

Course Date(s)
January 2 - January 19
2019 Spring
ECON 0321 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory

Format: Online

Behavior of consumers, firms and industries with respect to product and input markets. Price system and other models of economic decision making. Economic efficiency and welfare; property rights and externalities.

Prerequisites:: Economics 102 with approval of department.

Recommended: Mathematics 120 or 124 or 150.

Course Date(s)
January 2 - January 19
ENGL 0798 Special Study: ENGL 798

Format: Face to Face

Individual study. Maximum credit six units applicable to a master’s degree.

Course Date(s)

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Instructors
William Nericcio
2019 Spring
ENS 0388A Rehabilitation Lab SDSU Fitness Clinic

Format: Face to Face

Hands-on experience working with individuals with a variety of physical and neurological disabilities through prescribed fitness programming at San Diego State University. Maximum credit four units.
Three hours of laboratory per unit.

Prerequisites: Senior standing and consent of instructor.

Course Date(s)
January 2 - January 16
$281
Instructors
Matthew Soto
2019 Spring
HIST 0413 U.S. History for Teachers for Liberal Studies Majors

Format: Online

United States history from pre-colonial period to World War I, incorporating California with emphasis on historiography and relationship between philosophy of history and teaching. Satisfies the American Institutions requirement in American history and United States Constitution. Required of liberal studies majors. Not open to students with credit in History 409.

Prerequisites: Upper division standing and Writing Placement Assessment with a score of 8 or above or grade of C (2.0) or better in Rhetoric and Writing Studies 280, 281 [or Linguistics 281]. Limited to liberal studies majors

Course Date(s)
January 2 - January 19
$843
Instructors
Eric Boime
MALAS 0600A Literature and Film

Format: Face to Face

MALAS seminars are divided into four general areas with content that varies semester to semester. Each course may be repeated once with new content.

Course Date(s)

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Instructors
William Nericcio
2019 Spring
MATH 0245 Discrete Mathematics

Format: Face to Face

Logic, methods of proof, set theory, number theory, equivalence and order relations, counting (combinations and permutations), solving recurrence relations.

Prerequisites: Mathematics 124 or 150 with a grade of C (2.0) or better.

Recommended: Mathematics 151.

This course is exclusively for those who did not earn a passing grade in MATH 245 in the Fall 2018 semester. Eligible students will be emailed a registration link from the SDSU Department of Mathematics & Statistics.

Course Date(s)
January 2 - January 16
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2019 Spring
RTM 0404 Cross-Cultural Perspectives in Tourism

Format: Online

Concepts, definitions, and measures of essential cultural components of tourism. Integrated view of interrelated socio-cultural tourism issues with an understanding and appreciation of diverse cultures.

Prerequisites: Completion of the General Education requirement in Foundations of Learning II.B., Social and Behavioral Sciences.

Course Date(s)
January 2 - January 16
2019 Spring
WMNST 0341B Women in American History

Format: Face to Face

History of American social, cultural, economic, political, and intellectual institutions, focusing on the role and perspective of women. Semester I: From colonization to 1860; Semester II: From 1860 to the present. Satisfies the graduation requirement in American Institutions.

Course Date(s)
January 2 - January 16