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William Carey University Offers J-Term Classes

HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

This is a news release from William Carey University

William Carey University will offer J-Term, an opportunity to earn full credit for a college class in a one-week period, from January 5-9.

Both the main campus in Hattiesburg and the Tradition campus in Biloxi will offer J-Term classes. Undergraduate classes offered at the Hattiesburg campus include World History to 1500, the Life and Work of William Carey, Introduction to the Old Testament, Introduction to the New Testament, Adventure Based Counseling and Basic EKG Interpretation for Nurses. The Life and Work of William Carey will also be offered as a graduate history course.

At the Tradition campus, History of the Bible will be offered on the undergraduate level.

The deadline to register for a J-Term class is noon on the first day of class, January 5. To register, visit www.wmcarey.edu, apply online and click “Catalogs and Course Schedules” to view the J-Term schedule under the winter 2014 schedule.

For more information, contact the Hattiesburg Admissions office at (601) 318-6103 or the Tradition Admissions office at (228) 702-1815.

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