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Summer Courses

All CBU Summer courses will be presented online. Some special courses such as labs may require an in-person component. Those will be noted as information is available.

For information on summer courses in our graduate courses and CAPS programs, students are encouraged to speak with their advisors.

If you are interested in joining us at CBU for the summer, please start by reaching out to us at admissions@cbu.edu and we'll help you get started.

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Summer 8-Week Term (May 30 - July 25)

EDUC 429 Literacy Across the Curriculum
ENG 371 Professional Communications 
HIST 107 World History to 1500
HIST 493 / POLS 473 Topics in History and Political Science: Terrorism / Wars / Treaties of the Middle East
MGMT 227 Foundations of Management
MGMT 498 Business Policy / Strategic Planning
PSYC 105 General Psychology
PSYC 440 Cognitive Psychology
PSYC 497.Psychology Comprehensives
SPAN 387 Special Topics: Hispanic Cultures in Film

June Term (May 26 - June 26)

ANTH 160 Cultural Anthropology
BIOL 111/111L Principles of Biology (with lab)
BIOL 294/295 Special Topics: Anatomy / Physiology (with lab)
BIOL 394 Special Topics: Pathophysiology* 
BUS 360 Special Topics: Intro to eSports Management
CHEM 113/113L Principles of Chemistry I (with lab)
CHEM 211/211L Organic Chemistry I (with lab)
ECE 222 Electric Circuit Analysis II
ECON 214 Principles of Microeconomics
ENG 211 Introduction to LIterature I (two sections)
ENGR 109/109L Intro to Meteorology (with lab)
MATH 106 Applied Math - Intro to Calculus
MATH 131 Calculus 1
ME 305 Engineering Thermodynamics I
MGMT 430 Ethical Decision Making in Business
PHIL 224 Theories of Human Nature
PHIL 322 Medical Ethics
PSYC 105 General Psychology
PSYC 440 Cognitive Psychology
RS 217 Old Testament - Hebrew Scriptures
RS 270 World Religions
SOC 101 Intro to Sociology
SPAN 101 Elementary Spanish I
STAT 221 Elementary Business Statistics

July Term (July 6 - August 7)

BIOL112/112L Principles of Biology II (with lab)
BIOL 296/297 Special Topics: Anatomy / Physiology II (with lab)

BIOL 393 Special Topics: Pharmacology*
CHEM 114/114L Principles of Chemistry II (with lab)
CHEM 212/212L Organic Chemistry II (with lab)
CE 201 Statics
ECE 221 Electric Circuits Analysis I
ECON 215 Principles of Macroeconomics
ENG 112 English Composition II
ENG 211 Introduction to Literature I 
MATH 105 Finite Math
MATH 132 Calculus II
ME 202 Dynamics
ME 306 Heat Transfer
ME 318 Dynamics of Machines
MIS 153 Intro to Computer Business Applications
MKTG 311. Principles of Marketing
PHIL 322 Medical Ethics
PSYC 317 Psychopathology
SPAN 102. Elementary Spanish II 
STAT 222. Intermediate Business Statistics

Summer Education 4-Week Terms

Students in graduate programs in Education are encouraged to speak with their advisors for more information about offerings.

EDUC 303 Education as a Profession (May 30 - June 26)
EDUC 304 The Effective and Reflective Practitioner (June 27 - July 24)
EDUC 331 Survey of Exceptional Learners (May 30 - June 26)
EDUC 405 Curriculum & Methods in Language Arts Pre K-4 (June 27 - July 24)
EDUC 406 Curriculum & Methods in Language Arts 6-8 (May 30 - June 26)
EDUC 407 Classroom Management & Methods (May 30 - June 26)

*These courses are intended to serve the needs of students who will be intend to enter CBU's Nursing program.  For more information contact nursing@cbu.edu