Started in the Fall of 2019, Mini-Mesters are 1 credit hour, 5-week long course offerings that occur during the normal academic semester with the goal of introducing students to non-traditional classroom material. Students are able to explore different passions and interests outside of their major to gain a greater breadth of knowledge across academic disciplines. With the goal of making Tech’s curriculum more personalizable, the Fall 2020 semester will be broken up into three terms of Mini-Mesters, allowing students to sign up for the one(s) they want without overloading their schedule. More information can be found here.
Term 1: Jan 14, 2021 – Feb 17, 2021
Term 2: Feb 18, 2021 – Mar 26, 2021
No third term is planned for this spring.
|Course Title||Instructor||CRN||Term||Course Numbers|
|Personal Finance||Marvin Tingler||34968||1||GT 4801|
|Open Data with R||Thomas Jay Forrest||31705||1||GT 4801|
|Molecular Photochemistry||Michael James Evans||34275||1||CHEM 4801|
|International Philanthropy & Sustainable Development||Kirk Bowman||29637||1||INTA 4811|
|Introduction to Podcasting||Charlie Bennett||33297, 31317||1||GT 2801|
|Building Personal and Organizational Resilience||Sonia Alvarez-Robinson||32224, 32225||1||GT 4801/8801|
|Python for Visualization||Thomas Jay Forrest||31709||2||GT 4801|
|Introduction to Intellectual Property||Lisha Li & Cynthia Kutka||34969||2||GT 4801|
|Building Personal and Organizational Resilience||Sonia Alvarez-Robinson||32226, 32227||2||GT 4801/8801|