Westminster offers variety of classes

NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. -- The Westminster College Lifelong Learning Program offers fast-track evening classes beginning Aug. 8.
The Lifelong Learning Program is an undergraduate program designed especially for nontraditional students who may take classes during the day, evening, or a combination of both.
Accounting, business administration, English and public relations majors can be completed through evening course work.
Accelerated block classes enable students to take a variety of classes one night a week and still take two classes per semester. Block I, which runs between Aug. 8 and Oct. 8, includes principles of accounting; organization and management; African-American history; introduction to classic jazz; intermediate Spanish I; and business and professional communication.
Block II, which runs between Oct. 10 and Dec. 17, includes principles of accounting II; foundation drawing; African-American history; introduction to classic jazz; voice and diction; and communication ethics.
Fall semester classes, which run from Aug. 30 until Dec. 17, include worlds of art; computer graphic art; science in elementary school; Shakespeare; America since 1965; honors colloquium; principles, practices and theory of public relations; understanding the Bible; and Journalism I & amp; II.
Contact Carol Yova, director of continuing education and lifelong learning, at (724) 946-7353 or e-mail conted@westminster.edu for more information.

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