Classes begin October 24th
Paris, Texas — Paris Junior College continues to transition the majority of courses to eight weeks, and the second eight-week semester of the fall semester begins Oct. 24. The large number of classes are offered both in-person and online, with daytime or evening options to accommodate busy schedules at the Paris campus and PJC-Greenville Center.
“With an emphasis on eight-week courses,” said Dr. Pam Anglin, President of PJC, “Students don’t have to wait for the fall or spring semester to start their college education. Being able to start mid-semester gives students more flexibility with more choices.”
,middle> Micah Flowers, a member of the history faculty at PJC, demonstrated that US History I can be both entertaining and educational. This is one of many courses offered in the second 8-week semester starting October 24th.
Personal offerings offered in Paris include business computer applications, networking and cybersecurity courses; biology courses, including anatomy and physiology; site management; Introduction to mass communication, computer science or sociology; courses in criminal justice; Reading and sketching blueprints and computer aided design; Business; electronics and mechatronics; Emergency Medical Services; English composition; Federal or Texas government; US history; horology (watchmaking) and jewelery technology; mathematics, including algebra and statistics; music appreciation; Psychology; Sociology; Spanish; and several welding courses.
Classroom courses offered at Greenville include biology, including anatomy and physiology; Chemistry; Introductions to mass communication or sociology; courses in criminal justice; Business; electronics and mechatronics; English composition; federal government; US history; mathematics, including algebra and statistics; music appreciation; Psychology; Sociology; Spanish; and several welding courses.
Online courses in the second eight-week semester include Agricultural Economics; understanding of art; biology courses; financial literacy; Introductions to mass communication, computers, sociology, spreadsheets or the teaching profession; computer programming; criminal justice; theater understanding; Business; English composition, technical writing and world literature; Federal or Texas government; US history; mathematics including algebra and calculus; Marketing, Understanding Music, Solar System, Elementary Physics, Business Communication; Psychology and Public Speaking.
New students must apply for admission to the PJC, take all necessary testing, meet with a Student Success Coach and create a study plan, then register for classes and apply for financial aid. Scholarships for the current year are available.
Prospective students can send an email [email protected] or fill out an online application www.parisjc.edu/apply. For questions in Paris, call 903-782-0425 or visit 2400 Clarksville Street, Paris; In Greenville, call 903-454-9333 or stop by 6500 Monty Stratton Parkway, Greenville.