Courses that begin later in the semester allow students who change their schedule to start on day one.
Late Start Courses for Undergraduates
COL 130 A (CRN 21884) – Student Financial Literacy
Meets Wednesdays, beginning March 6 until May 8, 2019
4:35pm to 5:50pm Founders Hall 370, Hybrid 1 credit, Pass/Fail grade
This course will help students learn strategies to help fund their college educations. Topics include budgeting and overall financial health, the basics of financial aid and borrowing for college, how to do scholarship searches, and strategies to pay off college debt following graduation.
PSY 101 F (CRN 21453) – Introduction to Psychology
Meets Wednesdays and Fridays, beginning March 13 until May 11, 2019
11:05 am to 12:20 pm Iadarola Center Lecture Hall, Hybrid 3 credits, Standard Letter grade
Students are introduced to the scientiﬁc study of human behavior. Special attention is given to the biological, psychological, and social processes underlying human behavior within the framework of modern psychological research. Satisﬁes the Individual and Society Explorations Requirement for non-psychology majors. Offered fall and spring.
PSY 200 A (CRN 21913) – Explorations of Technology in Human Development
Meets Mondays and Wednesdays, beginning March 18 until May 6, 2019
11:05 am to 12:20 pm Iadarola Center 101 E, Lecture format 1 credit, Pass/Fail grade
This course will explore the increasingly immersive role of technology on the unfolding of human development across the lifespan. Discussion will include an exploration of the impact of technology on areas such as brain development, cognitive development, social development, memory, self-regulation, attention, and relationships.
SOW 102 A (CRN 21588) – Stand Up! Speak Out!
Meets on Tuesdays, beginning March 11 until May 11, 2019
11:05 am to 12:20 pm Founders Hall 208, Lecture format 1 credit, Pass/Fail grade
This course introduces students to a wide variety of challenging situations in which they may find themselves in the position of a bystander. Focused on educating students for pro-social bystander intervention, the course provides strategies for understanding and responding from an advocacy and empowerment perspective.
The full Term Master Schedule is available at cabrini.edu/WebTMS.
- Students should see their advisor about registering for a late-start course.
- Registration forms, available from the Cavalier Express Center, must be signed by students’ advisors.