Cedar Crest College offers a full slate of classes for current, visiting and prospective students who want to continue their education over the summer. Taking a summer course is a great way to stay on track, get ahead, or learn more about the college or a program.
Choose from a large selection of courses in disciplines such as art, business, chemistry and psychology. Our small class sizes allow for an individualized experience with our faculty experts.
|ACC 102||Managerial Accounting||CHE 103||Concepts in Chemistry with lab|
|ACC 102||Managerial Accounting||CHE 112||Chemical Equilibrium & Analysis with lab|
|ACC 202||Business Applications &Technology||CHE 205||Organic Chemistry I with lab|
|ART 101||Beginning Drawing||EDU 100||Perspectives on Secondary Education|
|ART 105||Art History I||EDU 102||Educational Psychology|
|ART 106||Art History II|
|ART 123||Introduction to Painting||Math|
|ART 124||Papermaking||MAT 102||College Mathematics|
|MAT 107||Mathematics for Health Care|
|Biology||MAT 110||Probability and Statistics|
|BIO 117||Human Anatomy & Physiology I with lab|
|BIO 118||Human Anatomy & Physiology II with lab||Sociology|
|BIO 127||Clinical Microbiology with lab||SOC 100||Introduction to Culture and Society|
|BIO 132||Field Ornithology||SOC 222||Social Justice:A Global Perspective|
|SOC 313||Minorities and Human Relations|
|Business||SOC 321||The Family as a Social Institution|
|BUA 110||Principles of Management|
|BUA 202||Business Applications & Technology||Writing|
|BUA 204||Business Communications||WRI 100||College Writing|
|BUA 211||Introduction to Health Care Systems|
|BUA 219||Quantitative Methods for Business||Psychology|
|BUA 220||Human Resources Management||PSY 100||General Psychology|
|BUA 221||Business Law||PSY 201||Mind-Body Medicine|
|BUA 240||Intro to International Business||PSY 210||Lifespan Development|
You do not have to be enrolled in a degree program to take advantage of the summer classes at Cedar Crest College. Steps to register:
Select a Course
Above is a sampling of the classes or
Register for your desired class using the Visiting Application
After you submit your application, you will be contacted by an Academic Advisor who will register you for classes.
If you have questions about the application, contact The School of Adult and Graduate Education at 610-740-3770 or email@example.com.
If you have questions about classes or class changes after you apply, contact Academic Services at 610-606-4628 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Like what you see? Fall and winter registration opens April 1!