College is meant to be more than just learning from books. A great way for SDSU and USD students to enhance their college experience is to get out in the world and learn outside the classroom. Read More
There’s still time to sign-up for summer watersports classes for adults. Summer Session 2 of SDSU Exercise and Nutritional Sciences watersports classes run July 8 through August 15. Current SDSU students can earn college credit, but anyone interested in learning a new watersport is welcome to enroll. Read More
If you plan on taking an MBAC class this semester for university credit, now is a good time to add the unit and avoid having to use an add code or submit a late add form. MBAC’s semester-long University Credit Classes are one of the best values at MBAC and a great way to get out on the water.
While taking the class for credit is optional, many SDSU and USD students take the class for a grade, or as a credit/no credit elective. SDSU students earn 1 unit of credit in Exercise and Nutritional Sciences and USD students earn .5 units in Education Recreation for each University Credit Class class they complete.
You can certainly choose to show up to the first day and pick up an add code or have a late add form signed, but many students prefer the convenience of registering for the units in advance through SDSU’s Web Portal, or USD’s MySanDiego, and ensuring their spot in the class (SDSU American Language Institute students must add the unit via late add forms.)REGISTRATION INFORMATION FOR SDSU STUDENTS REGISTRATION INFORMATION FOR USD STUDENTS
Whether you take the class for credit, or just take it for fun, MBAC’s University Credit Classes are a great way to make your semester something special.