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Continuing Students

Continuing students may contact their academic advisor or a member of the faculty in the academic department of their degree to begin summer registration.

Graduate Students

Graduate students may email graduate admissions or call 806.720.7599 to register for summer courses.

Summer Offerings

Courses marked with an asterisk (*) are online courses.

Undergraduate:

Maymester (May 8 - June 2)

  • American Literature Since 1890
  • Psychology of Aging
  • Intervention with Older Adults*
  • General Sociology*
  • Environmental Systems*
  • Reading & Writing Connection/Teaching Assistance
  • Human Anatomy & Physiology I
  • Communication for the Professional
  • Pre-Calculus Mathematics
  • Business Calculus
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Digital Fundamentals & Imaging
  • Web Design
  • The Exceptional Child
  • College Geometry
  • Probability & Statistics
  • College Algebra
  • Estate Planning and Taxation
  • University Skills
  • Management of Sports*
  • Human Anatomy & Physiology I Lab

Junemester (June 5 - 30)

  • Teaching Multicultural/Multilingual Students
  • Literature for Children & Young Adults
  • History of the United States II
  • Advertising
  • Statistics (Nursing)
  • Survey of Art History II*
  • Majors Biology I
  • Beginning Spanish I
  • Special Topics: Intro to Digital Media*
  • College Algebra
  • Analytical Geometry and Calculus I
  • Gender & Sexuality
  • Document Design
  • Engineering Physics I
  • Majors Biology I Lab
  • Engineering Physics I Lab

Julymester (July 5 - August 1)

  • 1st & 2nd Language Acquisition
  • Special Topics: Public Policy and Health Care
  • Studies in Shakespeare
  • Introduction to Wildlife Management*
  • Technical Writing*
  • Literature and the Film
  • College Algebra
  • Nutrition*
  • Majors Biology II
  • Beginning Spanish II
  • Special Topics: Habitual Offenders*
  • Advertising Design
  • Engineering Physics II
  • Majors Biology II Lab
  • Engineering Physics II Lab

Session I (May 8 - June 30)

  • Composition & Literature*
  • Social Justice*
  • Lifespan Human Development*
  • Practicum
  • Cultural Diversity in Nursing*
  • Leadership & Management I
  • Psychological Statistics*
  • Social Research Methods*
  • Intro to BSN
  • Christian Life (Nursing)*
  • History & Theory in Nursing
  • Personal Financial Planning*
  • Principles of Management*
  • Advanced Spreadsheet Design*
  • Management Information Systems*
  • Intro to the Old Testament*
  • Writing & Research: EBP
  • Nursing Research
  • Life Span Motor Development*
  • Special Topics: Nursing Scholarship*
  • Special Topics: Nursing*
  • Internship in Exercise and Sport Science
  • Principles of Marketing*
  • Field I
  • Personal Values & Organizational Ethics*
  • Inorganic Chemistry*
  • College Algebra*
  • Introductory Genetics*
  • Romans (Nursing)*
  • Cultural Diversity in Nursing*
  • Trends & Issues in Professional Nursing
  • Community Health I
  • Personal Fitness/Wellness*
  • Inorganic Chemistry Lab

Session II (July 5 - August 18)

  • Comparative Health Systems-Scotland
  • Masterpieces of Literature*
  • Cultural Diversity in Nursing*
  • Leadership and Management II
  • Intro to BSN
  • Intro to the New Testament*
  • Professional Role Development
  • Nursing Research
  • Special Topics: Biblical Archaeology*
  • Special Topics: Archaeology of Israel & Jordan*
  • Field II
  • Christian Life*
  • Strategic Management*
  • College Algebra*
  • History & Theory in Nursing*
  • Romans (Nursing)*
  • Cultural Diversity in Nursing*
  • Community Health II
  • Professional Role Development

Graduate:

Session A (May 8 - August 18)

  • Classroom Management
  • Educational Law
  • Advanced Nursing Care: Pediatrics
  • Clinical Practicum: Primary Care Pediatrics
  • Ethics for the Leader*
  • Advanced Psychopathology
  • Counseling Practicum*
  • Counseling Children/Adolescents and Families
  • Group Counseling
  • Education/Leadership Practicum
  • History of Christianity*
  • Management of Health Care Resources
  • Counseling Internship I*
  • Counseling Internship II*
  • Basic Dyslexia I
  • Basic Dyslexia II
  • Advanced Dyslexia
  • Working with Parents/Family of Children with Special Needs
  • Content Area Literacy*
  • Techniques Individual/Family Counseling
  • Professional Issues: Law & Ethics-MSN
  • COU Practicum Extended
  • COU Practicum Extension-Ecuador
  • Comprehensive Exam
  • Assessment of Individuals & Families
  • Cross Battery Learning Disability Assessment
  • Superintendency Practicum I
  • School Finance
  • Curriculum and Instructional Leadership*
  • Biblical Archaeology*
  • Research & Statistical Methods
  • Global Culture & Health I-Ireland
  • Writing & Research: EBP
  • Education/Information Technology Application
  • Career Counseling
  • Special Topics: Social Work Practice II
  • Global, Cultural & Health II
  • Church Leadership
  • Ministry Internship I
  • Introduction to the New Testament
  • Interpersonal/Counseling Skills and Human/Organ Behavior
  • Counseling Practicum*
  • Global Culture/Health I-Scotland/England
  • Counseling Internship I
  • Counseling Practicum Extended*
  • Counseling Internship II*
  • Assessment of Individuals & Families
  • Career Counseling
  • Professional Issues: Law & Ethics-FNP
  • Group Counseling
  • Global Culture & Health I-Honduras
  • Global Culture & Health I-Holy Land

Session B (May 8 - June 23)

  • Human Sexuality*
  • Human Services Theory and Practice*
  • Introduction to Graduate Studies
  • Professional Issues, Ethics, Law*
  • Counsel Children, Adolescents and Families
  • Ethics in the Helping Professions*
  • Research in Counseling
  • School & Community Leadership
  • Premarital and Marital Therapy*
  • Administration of Special Programs
  • Multicultural Counseling*
  • Introduction to Graduate Studies-FNP

Session C (June 26 - August 18)

  • Crisis Counseling*
  • Family Life Education Practicum*
  • Human Services Administration*
  • Introduction to Graduate Studies
  • Research in Counseling*
  • Advanced Learning Theory & Human Development
  • Family Systems*
  • Principles of Supervision (ILD/PDAS)
  • Administrative/Leadership Theory
  • Business and Personnel Management