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03/31/2003 - EWU Courses on the ‘Fast Track’

The world of computers grows and changes almost daily, and those who work in the industry must stay current. One of the best ways is to take a course in the particular area that needs revitalization. The Eastern Washington University Registrar has devised a system that will help industry people with their immediate needs. It’s called the “fast track.”

The ‘fast track’ process is simple. The student may enroll at the EWU downtown center or the Cheney campus any weekday until 6:00 p.m. or at the Riverpoint campus, Wednesdays only until 5:00 p.m. The student fills out a one-page, non-degree registration form, pays, and enrolls in the specific course. There is no call for transcripts or a lengthy application process. Non-degree seeking students may take up to fifteen credits without submitting an application for admission, or sending in official transcripts. However, non-degree seeking students are not officially admitted to the university and therefore are not eligible to apply for financial aid. If the non-degree student ultimately enters a graduate program, up to twelve credits are eligible to be used in the program.

EWU Computer Science will be teaching their new courses in Web security, network security, human interface design, and algorithms at the Riverpoint campus in the evening to be available for industry people who want to take the courses.

Billie Moreland
 
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