Spring/Summer Session at BU

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The Brandon University campus has been filled with both new and familiar faces as Spring/Summer Session commenced in May. Following the end of regular session, BU offers students the opportunity to continue taking courses throughout the spring and summer months.

Despite time restraints imposed on Spring/Summer Session that demanded professors condense a typical three-month-long course into about three weeks, each course is guaranteed to provide more than a brief look in a variety of disciplines. With a somewhat restricted list of courses available, the time table still offers everything from World History to 1500, to 20th Century Literature, to Philosophy & Feminism.

Spring Session came to a close at the end of June, and Summer Session is in full swing. The first term of the summer began on July 3rd, but prospective students can register as late as July 5th for first term and both term courses, and August 1st for second term courses.

For more information on Spring/Summer Session, visit the Brandon University website.