Goshen College will be offering a variety of online summer undergraduate courses, starting June 15 and running through July 31, 2020. Courses are available to anyone with a high school diploma, and may be taken for credit toward a college degree or noncredit.
“These affordable summer courses are designed to be flexible towards students’ needs,” said Dr. Ann Vendrely, vice president of academic affairs and academic dean. “People who want to get a head start on earning credits toward their degree or just want to take a class for personal or professional development should consider these courses.”
Students who receive regular college credit for these courses may transfer those credits to other colleges and universities, or use them toward any Goshen College degree.
The cost for summer online courses is $460 per credit hour, with registration due June 1.
- Medical Terminology (1 credit hour)
- Roots of Environmental Crisis (3 credit hours)
- Engaging the Bible (3 credit hours)
- Communication Across Cultures (3 credit hours)
- Global Issues: Gender in a Global Context (3 credit hours)
- Transforming Conflict and Violence (3 credit hours)
- Statistics in Research (3 credit hours)
- Human Behavior (3 credit hours)
At Goshen College, whether in-person or online, students are part of a true learning community. Students will experience small class sizes, personalized attention from professors and opportunities to build meaningful connections with classmates.
In addition to individual undergraduate courses, Goshen also offers doctorate, master and undergraduate programs online.
Learn more at goshen.edu/online.