Open Seat Classes

In-Depth Study

Each course is 15 weeks long and taught by WSU professors who are industry experts.

In-Depth Study

Open Seat Classes

No Tests, No Homework

You don't have to take any of the tests or exams for the class and you decide which assignments to complete.

No Homework

Open Seat Classes

Attend As Many Classes As You Want

No make up work or excused absences required if you miss a class.

Choose Your Schedule
Title Days Date
American CivilizationMon, Wed, FriAug. 29 - Dec. 16
American Ideas and CultureMon, Wed, FriAug. 29 - Dec. 16
American Indian HistoryTue, ThuAug. 29 - Dec. 16
American Military History 1500-1890Tue, ThuAug. 29 - Dec. 16
American National GovernmentMon, Wed, FriAug. 29 - Dec. 16
American National GovernmentTue, ThuAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Automotive FundamentalsWedAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Bureaucratic PoliticsMon, Wed, FriAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Commercial Architecture/Building Information ModelingAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Constitutional RightsTue, ThuAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Constitutional RightsMon, Wed, FriAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Criminal Law and CourtsTue, ThuAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Criminal Law and CourtsTue, ThuAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Far Eastern HistoryTueAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Gender IdentityTue, ThuAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Gilded Age and Progressive EraTue, ThuAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Historical PreservationTueAug. 29 - Dec. 16
History and Philosophy of ScienceWedAug. 29 - Dec. 16
History of American West to 1900Mon, Wed, FriAug. 29 - Dec. 16
History of Modern GermanyTue, ThuAug. 29 - Dec. 16
History of Russia to 1917Mon, Wed, FriAug. 29 - Dec. 16
History of Sports in AmericaMonAug. 29 - Dec. 16
History of UtahMonAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Human AnatomyMon, WedAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Human Rights in the WorldTue, ThuAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Introduction to Criminal JusticeMon, Wed, FriAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Introduction to FictionTue, ThuAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Introduction to FictionMon, Wed, FriAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Introduction to LiteratureMon, Wed, FriAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Introduction to LiteratureTue, ThuAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Introduction to LiteratureMon, Wed, FriAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Introduction to NeuroscienceMon, Wed, FriAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Introduction to PoetryWedAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Introduction to Visual ArtsMon, Wed, FriAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Introduction to Visual ArtsTue, ThuAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Introduction to Women and Gender StudiesTue, ThuAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Introduction to Women and Gender StudiesTue, ThuAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Introduction to Women and Gender StudiesWedAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Law and SocietyTue, ThuAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Laws of EvidenceMon, Wed, FriAug. 29 - Dec. 16
LGBT Identities in Pop CultureWedAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Natural Environment of the EarthTue, ThuAug. 29 - Dec. 16
New Nation: 1800-1840Tue, ThuAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Nutrition & Sustainable CookingTueAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Principles of ArcheologyMon, Wed, FriAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Russia Since 1917Mon, Wed, FriAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Sex, Crime and CJ SystemMon, Wed, FriAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Shades of GreenTueAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Shakespeare in World HistoryTue, ThuAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Sociology of WorkTueAug. 29 - Dec. 16
The U.S. Supreme CourtTue, ThuAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Theories-Crime & DelinquencyMon, Wed, FriAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Twentieth Century WorldThuAug. 29 - Dec. 16
U. S. Constitutional HistoryMon, Wed, FriAug. 29 - Dec. 16
Violence Prevention and ResponseWedAug. 29 - Dec. 16
World History 1500 to PresentWedAug. 29 - Dec. 16
World History to 1500Tue, ThuAug. 29 - Dec. 16