Mills College is pleased to announce our 2016 January session with six courses for credit and audit. These courses are open to Mills undergraduate and graduate students, students from other institutions, alumnae/i, and the general public.
Undergraduate courses are open to current Mills undergraduate students and all self- identified women. Courses designated for undergraduate and graduate level are open to graduate students of all genders. Mills continuing students’ online priority registration for the January session is October 12 to October 21, 2015.
Students entering Mills in Spring 2016 who are interested in taking a course during the January 2016 session, please complete the Special Student January 2016 Registration form. Please submit this form by October 21, 2015 for priority consideration. The final registration deadline is December 16, 2015 at 4:00 pm.
Students from other institutions wishing to register for the January 2016 session, please complete the Special Student January 2016 Registration form. Please submit this form no later than December 16, 2015 at 4:00 pm.
Enrollment (no credit): Auditors (including Mills alumnae auditors) wishing to register for the January 2016 session, please complete the Alumnae Auditor January 2016 Registration form. Please submit the completed Alumnae Auditor January 2016 Registration form by December 16, 2015, at 4:00 pm. You may either scan the completed form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org, fax it to 510.430.2003, or have it delivered to the M Center in Carnegie Hall, Mills College, 5000 MacArthur Blvd., Oakland, CA 94613.
January Term Services (136k, pdf)
CRN10002 LET 180J: Writing Truth to Power: An Academic Writing Workshop (1 credit)
This course meets the following General Education Requirements: Creating and Critiquing in the Arts, Multicultural Perspectives, Written Communication II.
CRN10004 MGMT 227: Negotiations (1 credit)
CRN10006 CHEM 011: Chemistry of Cooking (1 credit)
This course meets the following General Education Requirement: Natural Sciences.
CRN10007 PHIL 080J: Philosophy and Film (1 credit)
This course meets the following General Education Requirement: Creating and Critiquing in the Arts.
January Study Abroad Opportunity
Mills College is delighted to announce our inaugural Study Abroad experience in Cuernavaca, Mexico. Students participate in a two-week study abroad program with CETLALIC, a Spanish-language school that links language learning to social justice education. They register for and complete course work in the Spring semester. Spaces are limited. To learn more, contact email@example.com.
WGSS 180: Gender, Sexuality, and Social Justice in Mexico (1 credit)