PULLMAN, Wash. — Academic advisers for Washington State University’s Extended Degree Program continue a series of west-side information sessions with an appearance at Skagit Valley College on Wednesday, Oct. 15.
The Extended Degree Program offers individuals an opportunity to earn a bachelor’s degree without attending classes on campus. Advisers will be available to answer questions concerning admissions, financial aid and degree requirements.
The information session will be held from 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m. in the Counseling Center Conference Room.
Another upcoming session in the area will be Oct. 16 at WSU Jefferson County Learning Center in Pt. Hadlock.
Enrollment for spring semester opens Nov. 15. Courses in anthropology, biology, criminal justice, human development, English, history, management, marketing, natural resource sciences, political science, psychology, sociology, Spanish and women’s studies will be offered. Students completing the EDP program earn a Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences degree.
Courses are conducted using a variety of technologies including satellite, cable TV, video and e-mail. Although most students rent course video tapes directly from the university, branch campuses and Learning Center offices around the state have tapes available for check-out or on-site viewing.
Further information about the Extended Degree Program may be obtained by calling 800/222-4WSU.

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