Graduate Summer Program
Lighten Your Fall Course Load
Choose from a wide selection of graduate classes. Summer courses are an ideal way to lighten your course load during the standard academic year, while also better enabling yourself to double-major or pursue an internship. Beginning March 29, you can register for summer courses via PirateNet.
Not a current graduate student? To learn more and complete the Graduate Non-Matriculated Application, visit the Graduate Non-Matriculated Status page.
Summer 2021 Dates
|May 25 - June 14||Intersession I|
|June 15 - July 2||Intersession II|
|May 25 - June 29||Summer I (5 Week)|
|May 25 - July 1||Summer I (6 Week)|
|July 6 - August 6||Summer II|
|August 9 – August 28||Summer III|
Graduate courses are scheduled throughout the summer months and may deviate from above session schedules.
Here are some examples of classes offered:
Abnormal Psychology • Christian Anthropology • Confessions of St. Augustine • Corporate Branding Strategy • Counseling Theory • Foundations of Education • Healthcare Policy • Intervention for Older Adults • Pharmacology • Products Liability • Spirituality of Disability • United Nations Insider’s View ... and more.