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Mini-Mester

Savannah Technical College offers Mini-Mester courses during the second half of spring and fall semesters. These 7-week accelerated Mini-Mester courses earn the same credit hours as a regular semester in a fast-tracked format. Courses are open to new and current STC students.

Registration is now available for Spring 2022 Mini-Mester with classes running March 4 – May 2, 2022.

One-Stop Registration Sessions – click links to RSVP:

Many programs offer courses during the Mini-Mester both in-person (day/evening) and online:

Aviation:

Business & Professional Services

  • Accounting
    • Financial Accounting I (ACCT 1100)
    • Business Tax Accounting (ACCT 2120)
  • Business Management
    • Principles of Management (MGMT 1100)
  • Business Technology
    • Office Procedures (BUSN 1240)
    • Document Production (BUSN 1440) 
  • Criminal Justice
    • Intro to Criminal Justice (CRJU 1010)
  • Culinary Arts
    • Principles – Culinary Leadership (CUUL 2190)
  • Cyber & Related
    • Computer Concepts (CIST 1001)
    • Hardware Install/Maintenance (CIST 1122)
    • Operating Systems & Virtual (Cloud (CIST 1135)
    • Computer Networking Fundamentals (CIST 1401)
    • Information Security Fund (CIST 1601)
  • Early Childhood
    • Child Growth & Development (ECCE 1103)
  • Hotel/Restaurant/Tourism
    • Intro Hotel – Restaurant/Tourism/Management (HRTM 1100)
  • Marketing
    • Principles of Marketing (MKTG 1100)
  • Paralegal
    • Introduction to Law & Ethics (PARA 1100)

General Core Courses:

  • Art Appreciation (ARTS 1101)
  • Music Appreciation (MUS 1101)
  • U.S. History I (HIST 2111)
  • Introductory Psychology (PSYC 1101)
  • Introduction to Sociology (SOCI 1101)
  • Composition & Rhetoric (ENGL 1101)
  • Literature and Composition (ENGL 1102)
  • College Algebra (MATH 1111)
  • College 1010
  • EMPL 1000

Health Sciences:

Industrial Technology

  • Construction Management / Historic Preservation
    • Construction Print Reading Fundamentals
    • Historic Preservation/Restoration History/Theory
    • Traditional Building Styles
    • Architectural Landscaping/HRP
  • Drafting
    • Architectural 3D Modeling
    • Residential Drawing I
    • Architectural Print reading
  • Electrical/Industrial Maintenance Systems:
    • Electrical Systems Basics I
    • Electrical Prints/Schematics/Symbols
    • Direct Current I
    • Industrial Safety Procedures

Some General Education courses that transfer to any USG Institution are offered. Visit link for a list of upcoming course schedules by semester.

Mini-Mester courses have the same cost structure, financial aid eligibility, and transfer equivalency as courses offered in the traditional semester length format.