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By Rick Rosen
Do you have a job or other commitments that make your class schedule complicated? You might benefit from block scheduling.
Block scheduling means you enroll in a defined block of classes (such as morning, evening or weekend) in the program you wish to take. Because classes follow one after the other, your course schedule will be more predictable. This allows you to plan your life knowing that your class schedule won't change while you complete your studies.
Find the complete list of block-scheduled programs by going to the
Browsable Class Schedule. Click on Fall 2016. Click on the link to "Block Schedule Program" at bottom right.
Most of our block-schedule classes are for certificate programs.
Block scheduling is available for these programs in the Fall 2016 semester: