The University Record, December 12, 1994

U offers 66 courses off campus

The University’s off-campus program will offer 66 courses at U-M-Dearborn and U-M-Flint beginning the week of Jan. 9.

Credit offerings in Dearborn include a School of Social Work course about administration, community, policy and research practice. Also offered will be courses in applied art, art history, communication, comparative literature, composition, economics, English composition, English, history, music history, philosophy, political science and speech.

Noncredit offerings include programs in personal computer training, computer careers, engineering education and management training.

Two social work courses will be offered at Flint: one on urban and rural community structures and processes and the other dealing with social welfare fields of service. Also available will be courses in American culture, anthropology, economics, education, English, health care, history, mathematics, music, politics, public administration, sociology and urban planning.

Flint also has a three-year evening MBA program and a certificate program in computer science and another in personal and corporate productivity.

The Department of Chemical Engineering will offer a course in process control in Midland in cooperation with Dow Chemical.

Information and registration forms for these courses as well as independent study courses are available through the Extension Service, 200 Hill St., or by calling 764-5300 (Ann Arbor), 271-0909 (Dearborn) or (810) 762-3200 (Flint). Those interested in Flint’s certificate programs should call the Flint number.