Assumption Summer Session Registration Opens April 8
For the sixth consecutive year, Assumption will offer students an opportunity to catch up or get ahead in their studies through two . Summer courses are offered online and on campus during the day from May 20-June 28 (Session I) and July 1-August 9 (Session II).
Summer classes are taught by the same professors and have the same content as courses taught during the fall and spring semesters. The accelerated format employed in the summer courses allows students to complete a course in six weeks. Students also enjoy learning in a smaller class with fewer distractions and a reduced cost. Because these courses are the same as those offered during the academic year, students do not need to request permission for them to count toward their degree requirements.
“Assumption’s summer courses, both online and on campus, provide the same level of academic rigor that students experience throughout the academic year,” said Kimberly A. Schandel, Ph.D., associate provost. “The accelerated format of the summer sessions affords a great opportunity for students to maximize their education during the summer break.”
There are a variety of courses to choose from during both sessions—28 classes during Session I and 17 during Session II—across an array of academic disciplines including business, economics, English, human services and rehabilitation studies, literature, management, marketing, philosophy, psychology, Spanish, and theology.
Summer sessions are open to Assumption students as well as students from other colleges and universities. For a complete list of courses or to register beginning April 8, visit the .
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