The intersession is a great time to start your graduate program, earn a certificate/certification or even take one course for your professional development!
January 4, 2021 – February 4, 2021
Registration for the intersession begins on November 2, 2020.
Graduate Intersession Classes are open to:
• New, incoming graduate students
• Current Canisius graduate students
• Graduate students pursuing a degree at other colleges or universities who wish to take individual classes.*
• Professionals interested in enrolling in individual classes to enhance their skills and professional development.*
See the graduate classes offered during the intersession below:
|CRN||Subject Code||Catalog Number||Course Title||Meeting Pattern||INstructor||Attributes|
|21552||DAT||555||Deep Learning||T 6pm-8:45pm||H David Sheets||Online (syncronous meeting)|
|21537||EDA||625||Instructional Program Design||Does Not Meet||Marie Balen||Online (asyncronous meeting)|
|21550||MGT||607||Operations Management & Sustainability||T 7pm-8pm||Girish Shambu||Online (syncronous meeting)|
|21551||MGT||664||Global Marketing Strategy||Does Not Meet||Coral Snodgrass||Online (asyncronous meeting)|
For course descriptions and prerequisites visit our online catalog.
Billing and Financial Aid Information:
• Students registered for the intersession will be billed at a per credit hour rate on December 14, 2020 with a bill due date of January 20, 2021.
• Students who are also registered for spring 2021 courses will be billed for those spring courses on December 21, 2020 with the same bill due date of January 20, 2021. Students can pay the intersession bill and the spring 2021 bill at the same time.
• Students should be careful not to use the intersession term to reduce your spring 2021 course load, especially if it takes you below fulltime status for the spring 2021 semester and jeopardizes your financial aid eligibility as a fulltime student.
• No Canisius Academic, Canisius need based grants, Federal Aid (Pell, SEOG, Federal Loans), or NYS awards (TAP) will be awarded in the intersession semester.
• Students may use any spring 2021 financial aid refund to pay towards the intersession.
• Students may apply and be eligible for private loans for the intersession semester.
*Non-matriculated students: Students who take individual classes and do not choose to matriculate into a graduate degree program are non-matriculated students.
To apply as a non-matriculated student complete our free online application. Click here to Apply online! You will need to create an account, select graduate non-matriculated and then choose either Arts and Sciences, School of Education or the Wehle School of Business.
• Upload your prior degree transcripts, an unofficial copy is acceptable.
• Under personal statement, write what courses you wish to take.
• You do not need a resume or recommendation letters.
• Once your application is submitted, we’ll notify you when you’re all set to register.
If you have questions or need further information, please contact us using the following:
Student Records & Financial Services Center
Phone: (716) 888-2545
Toll Free 1-800-950-2505
Fax: (716) 888-3290