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A New Set of Unique Courses Offered this Summer Only
As always, this brief yet brisk eight-week semester allows students to earn graduation credits while still leaving time for other summer activities. We invite you to engage in these live, online classroom discussions from the comfort of your home, or even on the road.
Summer 2012 Courses:
- Contrast in Civilizations: Chinese Classical Literature
- Thomas Aquinas' Summa Theologica
- Principles of Psychology
- Contrast in Civilizations: Ancient Chinese History
- Political Writings of Thomas Jefferson
Registration deadline is May 7. Classes begin May 21. We recommend beginning both your readings and tuition payments as soon as possible to spread them over time.
Although these courses are unique to Summer Semester, they also provide credit that can be applied toward graduation. As always, summer tuition rates for both undergraduates and graduates are lower than other semesters. Enrollment is also flexible, being available part-time or by individual classes.
If you're new to online classes, we welcome you to sit in on one this semester to experience them first hand.
Learn more about summer classes and register online.