Earn Credits in Two Online Summer Sessions

Earn Credits in Two Online Summer Sessions

Don’t slide through summer. Keep making strides toward your goals by earning credits in two online summer sessions with CSU!

Federal Grants Available
Undergraduate students, may qualify for a Federal Government Pell Grant to cover the majority of their summer tuition charges. Please contact the CSU Financial Aid Office for more details.

Online Students
These sessions are a great option for online students who already know the format of CSU online courses which emphasize interaction between peers and professors in eight-week sessions. “Flexibility was the biggest thing—that I can work around my work schedule.” Thomas Winiarczyk, a Master of Arts in Counseling graduate from Dallas, Pennsylvania, appreciated that he didn’t have to be present online during any specific time, and he could study when it was most convenient for him.

On-Campus Students
On-campus students can take advantage of the focus available by concentrating on one or two classes over the course of their summer. Earning these credits now could open up their schedules during their traditional on-campus semesters. This could allow them to get involved in more co-curricular activities, ministries or employment, with a smaller credit load during the year.

Incoming Students
Students who will be members of CSU’s incoming class of 2019 can get a feel for collegiate academics and a jump start on their degree by starting classes during the summer through our High School Dual Enrollment program. Students receive the courses at a discounted rate, and even better, the tuition is reimbursed when they become an on-campus CSU student!

Multiple Levels of Study
Students can choose from undergraduate or graduate courses in the first online session, running from May 20 to June 12. Undergraduate courses are also offered in the second online session, running June 24 to August 16. These undergraduate summer sessions overlap for three weeks. Baptist Bible Seminary’s online summer courses run May 13 to July 5.

 

Register Today

Students must register by Friday, May 10 for the first session. Registration for the second session closes Friday, June 14. Current students, please contact your academic advisor to register. Incoming students, please talk to your admissions counselor. Those ready to learn more should connect at http://discover.clarkssummitu.edu to be connected with an admissions counselor.

 

Undergraduate Course Options:

Session 1

Comprehensive Microsoft Excel

Bible Survey

Deuteronomy

Genesis

Academic and Researched Writing

World Religions

Survey of Biblical Themes in Literature

Pastoral Apprenticeship

Worldviews: Humanities and Science

Psychology of Learning and Education

Dynamics of Discipleship

Historical and Contemporary Theories in Counseling

Earth Science Survey

Building a Biblical Lifestyle

Senior Seminar

 

Session 2

Principles of Bible Study

Matthew

Writing Across the Disciplines

American Literature II

General Psychology

Crisis Counseling

Theology Survey

Theology Distinctives

 

Graduate Course Options

Interpretation of Romans

Methods of Biblical Change

Introduction to Group Counseling

Appraisal and Testing in Counseling

The Helping Relationship

Research Methods

Assessment of Learning

Leadership in Active Learning

Organization as a Learning Community

Strategic Thinking

Development of a Dynamic Team

Governance and Administration of Non-Profits

Financial Management of Non-Profits

Risk Management

How to Develop a Biblical Worldview

Survey of Doctrine

Dispensational Premillennialism

An Interpretive Study of Biblical Discipleship

 

Seminary Course Options

Studies in the Problem of Evil

World Ministry & Local Church

Greek Exegetical Methods

Hebrew Exegesis

Principles of Biblical Leadership

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