Course Schedules and Registration Dates
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Fall 2017 Credit Courses
Fall 2017 Courses (PDF)
Fall Courses - ONLINE (PDF)
Fall 2017 Courses - University Transfer Liberal Arts (PDF)
Fall 2017 Courses - Minocqua (PDF)
Fall 2017 Courses - Tomahawk (PDF)
Fall 2017 Courses - Eagle River (PDF)
Fall 2017 Courses - offered at Southwest Technical College in Fennimore (PDF)
Fall 2017 Courses - offered at Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College (PDF)
Spring 2018 Credit Courses
Spring 2018 Courses (PDF)
Spring 2018 Courses - ONLINE (PDF)
Spring 2018 Courses - University Transfer Liberal Arts (PDF)
Spring 2018 Courses - Minocqua (PDF)
Spring 2018 Courses - Tomahawk (PDF)
Spring 2018 Courses - Eagle River (PDF)
Spring 2018 Courses - offered at Southwest Technical College in Fennimore (PDF)
Spring 2018 Courses - offered at Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College (PDF)
Current Students: Begins March 15
New Students: Begins April 15
Current Students: Begins October 15
New Students: Begins November 15
Begins February 15
Credit Schedule Abbreviations Key
Method is the way the course is delivered. Methods include:
ACCELERATE - Accelerated learning incorporates hands-on experiences with positive reinforcement of the natural learning abilities of every individual.
CLASS - Traditional classroom with instructor present for lecture or laboratory activities.
CLIN - Clinical experience under an instructor in a real health care setting such as a hospital, nursing home, or medical office.
FIELD - Observational experience outside the classroom.
FLEXCLASS - A blend of face-to-face instruction and flexible lab.
FLEXONLINE - Students complete coursework in a virtual classroom over the Internet. Students complete lab activities online, or in the skills lab on a flexible schedule during any of the published open lab hours.
HYBRID -Hybrid courses are a blend of face-to-face and online instruction. In a hybrid course, a portion of the learning is online and the amount of classroom seat-time is reduced.
HYBRIDITV - Hybrid/ITV courses are a blend of face-to-face and online instruction. The face-to-face instruction is conducted through live video and audio links (see ITV) to connect students at remote sites with instructors.
IA - Individually arranged courses allow students to complete the majority of coursework using independent study. Students are expected to meet with the instructor on a regular basis.
ITV = Interactive television courses connect students in different locations with instructors through live video and audio links. Students can see and hear each other, and the instructor, at all sites.
ONLINE - Students complete coursework in a virtual classroom over the Internet. Students interact with the instructor and other students, complete assignments, and take exams via Nicolet’s online learning system.
Students who do not have Internet access may use computers at Nicolet's campuses.
Please Note: Many Nicolet credit courses are web-enhanced which means that some class activities may be web-based. Students have access to the Internet through the Nicolet library and campus computer labs.
Rhinelander Campus Buildings
WC - White Pine Center
BC - Birchwoods Center
LC - Lakeside Center
NC - Northwoods Center
TC - Tamarack Center
RC - Red Oak Center
Other Nicolet District Course Locations
LKLD - Outreach - Lakeland (in Minocqua)
FCP - Forest County Potowatomi
LDF - Lac du Flambeau Gd. School
Days of the Week
M - Monday
T - Tuesday
W - Wednesday
R - Thursday
F - Friday
S - Saturday
U - Sunday