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Whether you need a prerequisite for your major, you're trying to stay on track to graduate in four years, or you're just trying to ease your course load for fall and spring semesters, summer can be a great time to take extra classes! Summer courses are offered during the May Interim (May 21 - June 5) and Summer Term (May 21 - July 25). Students in traditional undergraduate programs can register for courses via WebAdvisor. Students in the Adult Degree Program should contact their advisor for registration assistance. 

Summer housing is also available for students taking three (3) credits or more during either May Interim or Summer Term. Applications for summer housing and housing scholarships should be submitted to the Office of Residence Life by May 1. 

You may be eligible to receive financial aid for your summer classes. Please contact the Student Solution Center (located on the second floor of the Student Center) to inquire about your eligibility. 
 

May Interim 2018

(May 21 - June 5)
 

Course 9:00 - 10:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. 1:30 - 2:30 p.m. 1:30 - 5:00 p.m.

ENG 101
English Comp/Rhet I
McCracken

  X    

ENG 102
English Comp/Rhet II
Klimek
 
  X    

MAT 203
Intro to Statistics
Hodge
 
  X    

SOC 101
Intro to Sociology
Couch
 
      X

CW 115
CW Basketball
Schmotzer
 
    X  

CW 113
CW Wt Training
Schmotzer
 
X      

PE 215
Personal/Comm Health
Kershner
 
      X

LIB 101 (online)
Intro to Library Research
Rix
 
       

MUS 230
Intro to Western Classical Music
Wood
 
      X

Internships
(various majors)
 
       

 

 

Summer Term 2018

(May 21 - July 18)
 

Course 5:30 - 7:55 p.m. 5:30 - 8:30 p.m.  5:30 - 9:00 p.m. 8:05 - 10:30 p.m.

BA 101 (Online)
Introduction to Business
Kelly
 
       

BA 200 (Online)
Bus Appl Software (PA)
TBA
 
       

BA 212 (Online)
Financial Accounting
Weiss
 
       

BA 213 (Online)
Managerial Accounting
Nichols
 
       

BA 222 (Online)
Macroeconomic Concepts
McQueen
 
       

BA 223 (Online)
Microeconomic Concepts
McQueen
 
       

BA 300 (Online)
Adv Bus Appl Software
TBA
 
       

BA 320 (Online)
Financial Management
TBA
 
       
 
BA 330 (Online)
Princ of Marketing
Norris
 
       

BA 340 (Online)
Princ of Management
Kelly
 
       

BIO 101 (Online)
Principles of Biology
Stryker
 
       

BIO 101L
Princ Biology Lab
Avanzato
 
  X    

BIO 102  (Online)
Gen Bio of Whole Org
Borgo Raia
 
       

BIO 102LC 
Whole Organisms Lab
Borgo Raia
 
    X  

BM 250 (Online)
Business Law
Norris
 
       

BM 310
Financial Statement Analysis
Nichols
 
      X

BM 350 (Online)
Leadership & Profess Ethics
Norris
 
       

CRIM 441 (Online)
Race, Racism & American Law
Couch
 
       

DNC 103 (Online)
Dance Appreciation
Hapke
 
       

DNC 240 (Online)
Dance History
Norment
 
       

EDU 200 (Online)
Human Dev - Cptn-Puberty
Gilewski
 
       

EDU 210 (Online)
Educational Technology
Gilewski
 
       

EDU 303 
Pre-School Behavior
Edgerton
 
       

HIS 201 (Online)
U.S. to 1865
Paton
 
       

HIS 211 (Online)
West Civilization II
Evans
 
       

MAT 101 (Online)
Intermediate Algebra
Dostert
 
       

MUS 230 (Online)
Intro Western Classical Music
Wood
 
       

MUS 235 (Online)
Intro to World Music
Wood
 
       

PSY 101 (Online)
General Psychology
Banks
 
       

SOC 200 (Online)
Intro to Criminology
Siegfried
 
       

SOC 309 (Online)
Intro to Research Methods
Malone
 
       

SOC 370 (Online)
Urban Sociology
Siegfried
 
       

SOC 399 (Online)
Social Move & Collect Behavr
Siegfried
 
       

SOC 450 (Online)
Criminological Theory
Siegfried
 
       

SPA 1012 
Intensive Elementary Spanish
Singleton

X     X

SWK 224  (Blended)
Intro Ethical Decisions
Siegfried
 
X      

SWK 306 (Blended)
Poverty in America
McLaughlin
 
X      

Internships
Various Majors
 
       

 

*Course offerings, times, and locations are subject to change. Please refer to WebAdvisor for the most up-to-date information about your course selection.