Jun 172013
 

Summer Class

Interested in taking a course this summer, but haven’t registered yet? It’s not too late! Cedar Crest’s second session of summer courses begins July 12 and applications are still being accepted. Take an online course by the pool, earn three credits in less time than a traditional college semester or take in the beauty of campus during the warm weather.

If you’re looking to catch up on credits, lighten your course load in the fall or make an easier transition back to school, summer is a great time to take a class at Cedar Crest. With the flexible course options available, including online, hybrid and accelerated, you can better balance your coursework with other commitments during the summer months.

Available courses this summer:

Rub elbows with Hollywood actors Dan Laurie and Kate Vernon in the Arts and Entertainment Marketing course, learn to make your own jewelry in Jewelry & Metalsmithing, grasp the basics of accounting in Managerial Accounting , get a taste for the real NCIS in Forensic Science Research and much more. Register today!

ACC 102 71 2 Managerial Accounting
ART 101 01 2 Beginning Drawing
ART 106 56 2 Introduction to Art History II
ART 107 71 2 Structures in Book Arts
ART 124 90 2 Papermaking
ART 125 71 2 Jewelry & Metalsmithing
ART 225 71 2 Jewelry and Metalsmithing I-IV
ART 260 91 2 ST: Arts and Entertainment
BIO 118 70 2 Human Anatomy and Physiology II
BIO 118 71 1 Human Anatomy & Physiology II Lab
BIO 122 70 2 Principles of Biology ll
BIO 122 71 1 Principles of Biology II Lab
BIO 127 01 1 Fundamentals of Microbiology Lab
BIO 127 56 2 Fundamentals of Microbiology
BSC 562 70 2 Wildlife Leadership Academy – Trout
BUA 300 56 2 Writing for Management
BUA 341 56 2 Healthcare Practice Management
CHE 112 70 2 Chemical Equilibrium & Analysis
CHE 112 71 1 Chemical Equilibrium & Analysis Lab
CHE 206 70 2 Organic Chemistry II
CHE 206 71 1 Organic Chemistry II Lab
COM 140 90 2 Introduction to Film
COM 212 56 2 Intercultural Communication
COM 272 90 2 Children and The Media
ECO 101 71 2 Principles of Economics: Macro
ECO 102 56 2 Principles of Economics: Micro
EDU 558 50 2 Approaches to Educating ELL’s
ENG 235 56 2 The Art of the Rant
ENS 101 50 2 Matter, Energy & the Environment
FSC 502 71 2 Forensic Science Research II
HIS 122 90 2 Survey of United States History II
MAT 102 71 2 College Mathematics
MAT 110 71 2 Probability and Statistics
MRK 331 56 2 Service Marketing
NTR 210 56 2 Principles of Human Nutrition
NUR 322 58 2 Research I
NUR 330 00 2 Family Health Promotion II
NUR 332 56 2 Research II (Capstone Experience)
NUR 360 70 2 Nursing Simulation I
PHY 102 70 2 Introductory College Physics II
PHY 102 71 1 Introductory College Physics II Lab
PSY 250 50 2 Life-Span Development
REA 505 60 2 Word Study & Vocabulary Development
REA 507 60 2 Reading Clinic Practicum
SOC 100 90 2 Introduction to Culture and Society
SOC 222 90 2 Social Justice:A Global Perspective
SPE 320 90 2 Teaching Students with Learning
SPE 344 71 2 Adaptations, Modifications & Assist
SPE 520 90 2 Teaching Students with Learning
SPE 544 71 2 Adaptations, Modifications & Assist

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