Whether you plan to travel this summer, work or accept an internship opportunity, taking summer courses online is a great way to stay on track with your degree and keep a flexible schedule. Online summer courses fill up quickly, so consider now what classes you may want to take and don’t wait to register.
Here is a list of online summer classes filling up quickly due to high demand:
Principles of Accounting I, ACCT 2101E
Basic accounting systems, concepts, and principles. The primary goals of this course are to develop an understanding of the accounting process and to summarize and communicate information useful in making economic decisions.
Principles of Accounting II, ACCT 1160E
The scientific study of language, emphasizing such topics as the organization of grammar, language in space and time, and the relationship between the study of language and other disciplines.
Introduction to Africa, AFST 2100E
The history, physical environment (landforms, vegetation, and climate) and sociocultural environment (artistic, political, and social development) of Africa.
American Sign Language I, AMSL 1010E
Basics of American Sign Language (ASL) and people who use it. Explores historical markers in development of ASL and deaf culture values. Examines attitudes and dispels misconceptions. Emphasizes interpersonal communication through language functions in interactive contexts.
Introduction to Anthropology, ANTH 1102E
This course covers four themes. First, culture is a socially- constructed phenomenon based on learned categories and norms. Second, people exist and are different due to evolution and environmental adaptation. Third, people organize themselves through institutions of family, law, government, and religion. Fourth, anthropology works to solve human-environmental problems.
Art Appreciation, ARTS 2000E
Understanding painting, sculpture, architecture, and design to enhance aesthetic appreciation.
Cultural Diversity in American Art, ARTS 2050E
Past and present art created by African Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanic Americans, and Native Americans. A survey of statistical methods, with applications in public health and the biological sciences, including multiple regression, clinical trials, analysis of variance, categorical data analysis, and logistic regression. Motivating examples are drawn from public health and biomedicine.
Online courses have limited seats available. Classes fill up quickly, so these courses and others may not be accepting registration for long!
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