Catch up on credits. Focus on a demanding subject. Study abroad. Take a course that hasn’t fit into your fall or spring schedules. Summer is the time to do more.
There are lots of classes to choose from, whether you’re interested in filling a requirement or trying something outside your major. And because most summer courses are faculty taught, you’ll get the same quality experience as during the regular academic year.
Some things are different though—like the more relaxed feel. With smaller class sizes, there’s plenty of opportunity for group discussion and interaction with your professor. And while campus is quieter, you’ll still have access to many of the student services you’re used to.
for the summer?
We have dozens of online courses to choose from. Just select “completely online or distance” when you search for classes.