Facebook
LinkedIn
Twitter
Vimeo
YouTube
Google
Pintrest
Instagram
EU Social Networks
Social Media

College of Arts and Sciences Online Summer Courses

Summer Online Courses

Need an extra class?
Do you want to graduate early?
Need to create room in your schedule?

Take a summer online course at Eastern University!

 Advantages:

  • Great Eastern Faculty with Engaging Coursework (Read Course Descriptions)
  • No transfer hassles
  • Discounted Tuition ($395 each credit, or $1,185 per 3 credit course)
  • Know people in your class
  • Utilize support systems you already know
  • 6 week course (still have some summer left over)
  • Access course from anywhere (you can get Internet)

Official Course Dates will be available in March 2014. All courses are 6 weeks in length and will be in offered in one of the following time blocks: May 14- June 25, 2014 or June 30-August 7, 2014.

Courses that Meet Eastern General Education Requirements:

Commitment to Justice: Knowledgeable in Doing Justice
INST270: Justice in a Pluralistic Society | Instructor: Justin Moeller

Christian Faith and Practice: Formed in Christian Thought
MIS100: Perspectives on the World Christian Movement | Instructor: La Seng Dingrin

Broad Knowledge: Knowledgeable within the Social Sciences
ANTH101: Introduction to Anthropology | Instructor: Nelson Hayashida
PSY100: Introduction to Psychology | Instructor: Michael Thomas

Critical Reasoning: Quantitative Reasoning:
MATH220: Statistics | Instructor: Carol Nigro

Cultural and Global Awareness: Knowledgeable about Global Diversity
ENG225: Post-Colonial Women’s Novels | Instructor: Rebecca Gidjunis

Biokinetics Course Offerings:

Knowledgeable about Life Fitness
BKIN100 Life Fitness | Instructor: Doug Horton

Business Course Offerings:

ACCT108 Principles of Accounting II | Instructor: Mary Jo Jones
BUSA202 Principles of Marketing | Instructor: Tod Gilmore
BUSA206 Principles of Management and Leadership | Instructor: Tod Gilmore
BUSA306 International Business | Instructor: Tod Gilmore
BUSA311 Business Ethics | Instructor: Tod Gilmore
BUSA321 Operations Management | Instructor: Chris McGrath
BUSA350 Business Law | Instructor: Keri Clapp
BUSA390 Organizational Behavior | Instructor: Chris McGrath

Communications Course Offerings:

COM120: Public Speaking | Instructor: Brian Gilchrist

Education Course Offerings:

EDU301 Evaluation and Assessment of Students in the Inclusive Classroom | Instructor: Amy Stoios
EDU328 Early Childhood Principles & Procedures | Instructor: Kristy Brewer
EDU384 Inclusive Education | Instructor: Amy Stoios
EDU387: Early Intervention with Pervasive Developmental Disorder and Other Exceptionalities | Instructor: Amy Stoios
EDU400 Early Literacy Foundations | Instructor: Nicole McKeown
EDU401 Literacy Foundations for Intermediate Grades | Instructor: Harry Mercurio
EDU412 Teaching English as a Second Language | Instructor: Kevin Patterson
EDU418 Family and Community Collaboration | Instructor: Ron Christman

English Course Offerings:

ENG225: Post-Colonial Women’s Novels | Instructor: Rebecca Gidjunis
ENG302 American Literature | Instructor: Chris Bittenbender

Psychology Course Offerings:

PSY100: Introduction to Psychology | Instructor: Michael Thomas
PSY206: Adolescent Psychology | Instructor: Michael Thomas

Political Science Course Offerings:

POS104: State and Local Government | Instructor: Justin Moeller

*Please note course offerings are subject to change

Summer 1:
May 14- June 25, 2014

Summer 2:
June 30- August 7, 2014

BKIN100- Life Fitness ACCT108 Principles of Accounting II
BUSA202- Principles of Marketing ANTH101- Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
BUSA306- International Business BKIN100- Life Fitness
BUSA321- Operations Management BUSA206- Principles of Management and Leadership
BUSA350- Business Law BUSA311- Business Ethics and Leadership
COM120: Public Speaking BUSA390- Organizational Behavior
EDU301- Evaluation and Assessment of Students in Inclusive Settings EDU328- Early Childhood: Principles and Procedures
EDU412- Teaching English as a Second Language EDU384- Inclusive Education
EDU418- Family and Community Collaboration EDU400- Early Literacy Foundations
ENG302- American Literature EDU401- Literacy Foundations for Intermediate Grades
EDU387- Early Intervention with Pervasive Developmental Disorder and Other Exceptionalities ENG225- Post-Colonial Women’s Novels
MATH220- Statistics INST270- Justice in a Pluralistic Society
POS104- State and Local Government MIS100- Perspectives in Christian World Mission
PSY100- General Psychology PSY100- General Psychology
PSY206- Adolescent Psychology

How do I Register?

Current Eastern University College of Arts and Sciences Students please view the CAS Student Registration Web site and then register for these courses online through your MyEastern portal.

Summer online courses are also open to:

  • Incoming transfer students
  • Students studying during the traditional Fall/Spring Semester at another college or university
  • Individuals only interested in taking a few courses, not completing an academic program (Eastern University Online Programs)

Fill out the Visiting Student for Online Studies Application.

Back to Top