Invest in yourself this summer

Summer college credit options for undergraduate students.

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The summer months are a great time to continue to take classes toward your degree at Anderson University or for your degree at another school. You can always use your summer to catch up on credits toward your major, get ahead on your degree, and earn credits at a reduced rate. Anderson University offers most classes online, making it easy to fit summer studies into your schedule, wherever you are. The summer schedule courses fall into one of three sessions:

Session 1: May 17 – July 2 [7-weeks]

Undergraduate courses:

  • BIBL2110 Beginning Hebrew

  • BIOL2410 Human Anatomy/Physiology I 

  • BSNS4240 Topics in Business/Economics

  • COMM1000 Intro to Speech Communication 

  • CPSC1100 Intro Business Informatics

  • ECON2010 Prin Macroeconomics

  • ECON2020 Prin Microeconomics

  • EDUC2110 Educational Psychology

  • EXSC3300 Health Implications of Obesity

  • EXSC3470 Physiology of Exercise

  • FLAN2000 Language and Society

  • GERM2010 Intermediate German

  • LART1000 College Survival Skills

  • MATH1000 Introductory Algebra

  • MATH1100 Elem Math-Numeratn Sys

  • MUSC2210 Music the Arts and Culture

  • NURS1210 Nutrition for Hlthy Liv

  • NURS2231 Fundamentals

  • NURS2250 Found Strateg NCLEX Success

  • PEHS2020 Amer Red Cross Lifeguarding

  • PEHS2100 Health Concepts I

  • PHYS1240 Intro to Astronomy

  • PSYC2110 Educational Psychology

  • PSYC2440 Appl Stats / Intro Research

  • PSYC2510 Developmental Psych

  • SOCI2010 Intro to Sociology

  • SPAN1010 Elementary Spanish

  • SPAN1020 Elementary Spanish II

Session 2: July 6 – August 20 [7-weeks]

Undergraduate courses:

  • BIBL2120 Beginning Hebrew II
  • BIOL2420 Human Anatomy and Physiology II
  • COMM1000 Intro to Speech Communication
  • CPSC1200 Intro to Web Programming
  • EXSC3200 Nutrition in the Life Cycle
  • GERM2600 Topics in German
  • LART1000 College Survival Skills
  • MUBS2010 Introduction to Music Business [Music Camp]
  • NURS2170 Skills/Procedures Boot Camp
  • NURS2241 Fundamentals II
  • SOCI2020 Social Problems

Non‐Traditional Undergraduate Courses for Adult Students:

  • LEAD3100 Intro Info Syst/Analysis Data
  • LEAD3200 Issues in Management
  • LEAD3300 Managerial Accounting
  • LEAD3400 Managerial Economics
  • LEAD4300 Strategic Planning
  • LEAD3350 Managerial Finance 
  • LEAD3500 Managerial Marketing
  • LEAD3550 Legal Environment of Business
  • LEAD4550 Diversity/Intercult Humility
  • LEAD4990 Action Research Project 
Session 3: May 17 – August 20 [14-weeks]

Undergraduate courses:

  • ACCT4800 Accounting Internship
  • ARTS1250 Graphic Design for Lib Arts 
  • BIBL2000 Intro to the Bible
  • BIBL3410 Images of Jesus Then and Now
  • BIOL1000 Prin of Modern Biology
  • BIOL2010 Medical Terminology
  • BSNS2710 Principles of Management
  • BSNS2810 Principles of Marketing
  • BSNS3240 Operations Management
  • BSNS3270 Project Management
  • BSNS3320 Legal Aspects of Music Business
  • BSNS3850 Practicum in Business
  • BSNS3860 Event Management Practicum
  • BSNS4010 Organizational Behav/Theory
  • BSNS4050 Quality Systems and Control
  • BSNS4120 International Management
  • BSNS4480 Leadership
  • BSNS4500 Strategic Management
  • BSNS4800 Business Internship
  • BSNS4810 Internship in Music Business
  • CMIN3260 Leading/Teachg/Disciplg Youth
  • CMIN3340 Comm of Faith in Urban Culture
  • CMIN4810 Internship
  • COMM3860 Practicum Event Management
  • COMM4800 Internship [Journalism]
  • COMM4800 Internship [Public Relations]
  • COMM4800 Internship [Cinema and Media Arts]
  • CPSC2800 Computer Science Internship
  • CPSC3800 Computer Science Internship
  • CPSC4800 Computer Science Internship
  • CRIM2510 Nature Crime/Soc Deviance
  • CRIM4810 Crim Just Internship I
  • CRIM4820 Crim Just Internship II
  • DANC4800 Internship in Dance
  • ENGL1100 Rhetoric/Composition
  • ENGL1110 Rhetoric and Composition
  • ENGL1120 Rhetoric and Research
  • ENGL1400 Valuing Through Literature
  • EXSC2140 Nutrition Health and Disease
  • EXSC4800 Internship in Exercise Science
  • EXSC4850 Practicum in Exercise Science
  • HIST2000 History of World Civilization
  • HIST2120 American Civilization II
  • HIST3260 Women in the World
  • HIST3300 Middle East
  • HIST3320 World Religions
  • HIST3370 General History Latin America
  • INCS3850 Pract in Service Exper
  • LART4500 Crit Thinkng/Transform Develop
  • MUBS2010 Introduction to Music Business
  • MUBS2020 Introduction Music Publishing
  • MUBS3600 Topics in Music Business
  • MUBS4800 Internship in Music Business
  • MUPF1710 Piano
  • MUPF1900 Composition
  • MUPF2900 Composition
  • MUPF3900 Composition
  • MUPF4900 Composition
  • NURS2270 Pathophys/Pharmacology in Nurs
  • PEHS1000 Fitness/Wellness for Life
  • PEHS4850 Practicum Physical Educ/Sport
  • PHYS2250 Gen Physics II (Calculus)
  • POSC2580 Principles of Geography
  • POSC4800 Government Internship
  • POSC4810 Legal Internship
  • POSC4820 Global Internship
  • PSYC2000 General Psychology
  • PSYC3220 Organizational Behav/Theory
  • RLGN3010 Faith in Context [Harry Potter]
  • RLGN3320 World Religions
  • SOCI2200 Self and Society
  • SOCI2510 Nature Crime/Soc Deviance
  • SOCI4820 Family Science Internship
  • SPRL4850 Practicum Sport/Rec Ldrship

Registration

Eligible students must be currently enrolled at AU or become enrolled. Here are some tips on how to register for summer classes:

Don’t see a course you are interested in? Individual reading courses may be arranged with the permission of the instructor. Talk to your advisor or the department that usually offers the course you are interested in.

Cost

The cost for summer 2021 courses is $430 per credit hour, in line with the cost at other four-year institutions (both private and state) in Indiana.

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