Jan. 4-9: MNU Presents 7th "Cabin Fever Class"
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MNU presents its 7th annual "Cabin Fever Class" during the 2010 January term. For five days and four nights starting Monday, Jan. 4, class members will live together in a deluxe, six-bedroom cabin in the Ozarks to study various elements of group dynamics. The class is taught by Professor Mark Hamilton.
If you're looking for some winter adventure -- indoors -- and are interested in learning more about yourself and others, MNU's "Cabin Fever Class" is worth checking into. It's an actual class (COMM 4963 Special Topics) that promises great insights.
The cost is MNU tuition plus a $99 fee to help pay for lodging, meals, activities and transportation to and from the location. The three-credit-hour course can meet either the MNU requirement of 3 hours of unrestricted electives or 3 hours of upper division credit. Class size is limited to six females and four males.
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