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Online Summer Sessions

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With convenient accelerated online courses, Western New England University makes finding time for summer study a breeze. Whether you are returning to college to finish your degree, want to get a jump on your first college courses, or need to catch up on credits at a school near home, our Summer Session is designed to fit your schedule. Western New England University offers a wide array of undergraduate summer courses for you to earn the credits you need to meet your personal goals.

Summer Sessions Begin May 24 and July 6, 6-week, 8-week, and 12-week terms.

Getting Started

Students interested in nondegree study will need to complete our application for certificate and nondegree study and provide the appropriate academic documentation. Apply now.

Students interested in earning a degree will need to complete our application for part-time undergraduate admission. Apply now.

If you are a current Western New England University student, you do not need to apply for admission. To register for a summer session course, contact your advisor or your College’s Dean’s Office.

Part-time Undergraduate Tuition for Summer 2021: $450 per credit.

Course List

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Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ART 193-51 Design Principles Through Photography 3 cr.
BIO 101-01 Basic Biology: Organisms 3 cr.
BIS 202-51 Intro to Business Info Systems 3 cr.
BUS 450-51 Business Strategy 3 cr.
CJ 210-51 Criminology 3 cr.
CJ 211-51 Corrections 3 cr.
CJ 390-51 Special Topics in Criminal Justice: Crime Prevention 3 cr.
CUL 253-51 Cuban Cultures 3 cr.
CUL 255-51 African American & Caribbean Cultures 3 cr.
EC 111-51 Principles of Microeconomics 3 cr.
EE 205-51 Electrical Engineering I 4 cr.
EE 206-51 Electrical Engineering II 4 cr.
ENGL 133-51 English Composition II 3 cr.
IE 212-51 Probability & Statistics 3 cr.
MATH 120-51 Intro Statistics for the A&S 3 cr.
MATH 134-51 Calculus II 4 cr.
MATH 235-51 Calculus III 3 cr.
MATH 236-51 Differential Equations 3 cr.
ME 202-51 Statics 3 cr.
ME 208-51 Mechanics of Material 3 cr.
MK 200-51 Principles of Marketing 3 cr.
PH 208-51 Ethics 3 cr.
PH 211-51 Business Ethics 3 cr.
PHYS 152-51 Energy & Mankind 3 cr.
PSY 101-51 Intro to Psychology 3 cr.
PSY 302-51 Organizational Psychology 3 cr.
PSY 305-51 Psychology of Women 3 cr.
PSY 326-51 Abnormal Psychology 3 cr.
SO 210-51 Criminology 3 cr.

Course List

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Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
BIS 102-52 Problem Solving w/ Business Tools 3 cr.
BIS 221-52 Statistics for Business Analytics 3 cr.
BME 290-52 Biomedical Engineering: Global Regulatory & Legal Requirements of Quality 3 cr.
CJ 101-52 Intro to Criminal Justice 3 cr.
CJ 214-52 Drugs, Society & Criminal Justice System 3 cr.
CJ 315-52 Research Methods in Criminal Justice 3 cr.
CUL 253-52 Cuban Cultures 3 cr.
EC 112-52 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 cr.
ENGL 132-52 English Composition I 3 cr.
ENGR 105-52 Computer Programming for Engineers 2 cr.
HIST 345-52 WWII & The Holocaust 3 cr.
IE 312-52 Engineering Economic Analysis 3 cr.
MATH 109-52 Precalculus Mathematics 3 cr.
PH 208-52 Ethics 3 cr.
PH 211-52 Business Ethics 3 cr.
POSC 190-53 Special Topics in Political Science: Flicks and Politics 3 cr.
PSY 101-52 Introduction to Psychology 3 cr.
QR 112-52 Quantitative Reasoning for Business 3 cr.
SO 214-52 Society, Drugs, Society & Criminal Justice System 3 cr.

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