William Peace University Summer Courses 2020

Registration is Now Open!

Want to get a jump start or ahead in your coursework? Are you looking to take a lighter course load in the fall or spring? Then taking a summer course is a great option.

Summer courses provide the opportunity to focus all of your attention into just one course. Other great reasons to take summer classes include:

  • Improve your GPA
  • Stay on track to graduate on-time (or early)
  • It’s less expensive (save $)

Summer courses at WPU are available to all students. All our summer courses are completely online—so, whether you are in Raleigh or not—you can continue your college career! Some classes are accelerated and completed in under 4-weeks.

  • Discover Summer Courses
    Course #Course NameCreditsDays/OnlineDatesTimePrerequisites
    ANT 214Cultural Anthropology: People and Culture (Meets CTWS NW)3 crON5/4/20 – 6/20/20OnlineNone
    ANT 216Biological Anthropology4crON5/5/20 – 8/6/20OnlineNone
    ANT 240Anthropology of Death3 crM-F5/4/20 – 5/22/2012:00pm -2:30pmNone
    BAN 320Decision Science3 crON5/4/20 – 8/8/20OnlineMAT 201: Statistics
    BIO 101Principles of Biology (with Lab)4 crON6/22/20 – 8/8/20OnlineNone
    BSA 160Global Business Environment (CTCS NW)3 crON5/4/20 – 6/20/20OnlineNone
    BSA 211Principles of Microeconomics3 crON5/4/20 – 6/20/20OnlineNone
    BSA 212Principles of Macroeconomics3 crON6/22/20 – 8/8/20OnlineNone
    BSA 221Managerial Accounting3 crON5/4/20 – 6/20/20OnlineNone
    BSA 222Managerial Accounting3 crON6/22/20 – 8/8/20OnlineC or better in BSA 221: Financial Accounting
    BSA 240Management / Organizational Behavior3 crON5/4/20 – 6/20/20OnlineBSA 250: Human Resource Management
    BSA 270Business Law3 crON6/22/20 – 8/8/20OnlineNone
    BSA 325Finance3 crON5/6/20 – 8/5/20OnlineNone
    BSA 353Compensation & Benefits3 crON5/4/20 – 6/20/20OnlineBSA 240: Management and Organizational Behavior
    BSA 357Leadership3 crON5/4/20 – 6/20/20OnlineBSA 240: Management and Organizational Behavior
    BSA 358Leading Diverse Organizations3 crON6/22/20 – 8/8/20OnlineBSA 240: Management and Organizational Behavior
    BSA 380Management Information Systems3 crON6/22/20 – 8/8/20OnlineBSA 240: Management and Organizational Behavior
    BSA 449Leadership, Change and Civic Innovation3 crON6/22/20 – 8/8/20OnlineBSA 240: Management and Organizational Behavior
    BSA 499Business Policy3 crON6/22/20 – 8/8/20OnlineSenior standing and completion of MKT 230, BSA 240: Management and Organizational Behavior and BSA 325
    COM 101Introduction to Public Speaking3 crM-F5/4/20 – 5/22/209:00am – 11:30amNone
    COM 101Public Speaking3 crON5/4/20 – 6/20/20OnlineNone
    COM 101Public Speaking3 crON6/22/20 – 8/8/20OnlineNone
    CRJ 201Introduction to Criminal Justices3 crON5/4/20 – 6/20/20OnlineNone
    CRJ 205Criminal Investigations I3 crON5/4/20 – 6/20/20OnlineNone
    CRJ 305Criminal Investigations II3 crON6/22/20 – 8/8/20OnlineCRJ 205: Criminal Investigations II
    CRJ 480Capstone in Criminal Justice3 crON6/22/20 – 8/8/20OnlineCRJ, PSC, or PRL major with at least 90 hours or permission of Program Director
    EDU 120Foundations of Elementary Math (EDU students only)3 crON5/4/20 – 6/20/20OnlineNone
    EDU 201Early Experience for Prospective Teachers3 crON5/4/20 – 6/20/20OnlineNone
    EDU 210Instructional Technology (EDU students only)3 crON5/4/20 – 6/20/20OnlineNone
    EDU 250Exceptionalities in Education3 crON6/22/20 – 8/8/20OnlineNone
    EDU 260Children’s and Adolescent Literature3 crON6/22/20 – 8/8/20OnlineNone
    ENG 100Fundamentals of Writing3 crON5/4/20 – 6/20/20OnlineNone
    ENG 112Composition3 crON5/4/20 – 6/20/20OnlinePlacement or C or better in ENG 100: Fundamentals of Writing
    ENG 214Writing about Studies in Fiction3 crON6/22/20 – 8/8/20OnlineC or better in ENG 112
    ENG 312Advanced Topics in Writing3 crON5/4/20 – 6/20/20OnlineC or better in 200-level writing course
    ENG 216Writing about American Literature After 17003 crON5/4/20 – 6/20/20OnlineC or better in ENG 112: Composition
    ENG 223Writing About Film3 crM-F5/4/20 – 5/22/209:00am – 11:30amC or better in ENG 112: Composition
    ENG 314Professional Writing3 crON5/27/20 – 6/17/20OnlineC or better in 200-level writing course
    ENG 400LWriting Lab1 crON5/4/20 – 5/22/20OnlineSuccessful completion of ENG 112: Composition and both an ENG 200- and 300-level writing course. Students must be registered simultaneously in PHL 400 May term course
    ENG 400LSenior Writing Lab1 crON6/22/20 – 8/8/20OnlineSuccessful completion of ENG 112, and both an ENG 200- and 300-level writing course
    ESS 210Sport History3 crON5/27/20 – 6/17/20OnlineNone
    HIS 104World Civilization II (Meets CTCS-NW)3 crON5/4/20 – 6/20/20OnlineNone
    HIS 348History of the South Since 18653 crON6/22/20 – 8/8/20OnlineNone
    LST 380/470Jr. & Sr. Liberal Studies Seminar4 crON5/4/20 – 6/20/20OnlineJunior or Senior status; LST 380 & 470 must be taken concurrently
    MAT 111College Algebra3 crON5/4/20 – 8/8/20OnlineGrade of C or better in MAT 100: Intermediate Algebra appropriate placement score on Mathematics Placement test or by permission of the mathematics faculty
    MAT 201Introduction to Statistics3 crM-F5/4/20 – 5/22/209:00am – 11:30amC or better in MAT 111: College Algebra or MAT 202: Finite Math or by permission of the mathematics faculty
    MAT 202Finite Math3 crON5/4/20 – 8/8/20OnlineC or better in MAT 111: College Algebra or by permission of the mathematics faculty
    MKT 230Principles of Marketing3 crON6/22/20 – 8/8/20OnlineNone
    MKT 336Marketing Research3 crON5/4/20 – 6/20/20OnlineMKT 230: Marketing, MAT 201: Statistics
    MKT 361Global Marketing3 crON6/22/20 – 8/8/20OnlineMKT 230: Marketing
    NSG 301Nursing Assessment – Hybrid3 crHY5/7/20 – 8/6/205:00 p.m. – 9:15 p.m.None
    NSG 303Health Informatics3 crON6/22/20 – 8/8/20OnlineNone
    NSG 310Nursing Research & Evidenced-based Practice – Hybrid4 crHY5/7/20 – 8/6/206:00 p.m. – 9:15 p.m.MAT 201: Statistics
    NSG 402Community Health3 crHY5/4/20 – 8/8/20OnlineNone
    NSG 425Nursing Ethics – Hybrid3 crON5/4/20 – 6/20/20OnlineNone
    PSY 300Research Methods4 crON5/4/20 – 8/8/20OnlinePSY 101: General Psychology; MAT: 201 Statistics
    PSY 343Psychology and Law3 crON6/22/20 – 8/8/20OnlineNone
    PDS 101Foundations for Success (1 credit)1 crON5/4/20 – 6/20/20OnlineNone
    PDS 101Foundations for Success (1 credit)1 crON6/22/20 – 8/8/20OnlineNone
    PDS 300Workplace Connections1 crW5/4/20 – 5/22/209:00am – 11:30amJunior Status
    PDS 450Professional Development3 crON5/4/20 – 6/20/20OnlineNone
    PDS 450Professional Development3 crON6/22/20 – 8/8/20OnlineNone
    PDS 490Internship3 crON5/4/20 – 8/8/20OnlinePDS 300: Workplace Connections completed 75 credit hours; completed 3 courses in declared major
    PHL 201Introduction to Philosophy3 crON6/22/20 – 8/8/20OnlineNone
    PHL 400Sr. Interdisciplinary Seminar3 crM-F5/4/20 – 5/22/2012:00pm – 2:30pmSenior Status; Must be taken with ENG 400L May term course
    PHL 400Senior Interdisciplinary Ethics Seminar3 crON5/4/20 – 6/20/20OnlineSenior Status
    PSC 270Introduction to Law and the Legal System3 crON6/22/20 – 8/8/20OnlineNone
    PSC 370Constitutional Law3 crON5/4/20 – 6/20/20OnlinePSC 270: Introduction to the Law and Legal System or permission of instructor
    PSY 101General Psychology3 crM-F5/27/20 – 6/17/209:00am – 11:30amNone
    PSY 101General Psychology3 crON5/4/20 – 6/20/20OnlineNone
    PSY 221Life-Span Development3 crON5/4/20 – 6/20/20OnlinePSY 101: General Psychology
    PSY 230Personality Psychology3 crON5/4/20 – 5/22/20OnlinePSY 101: General Psychology
    PSY 240Abnormal Behavior3 crON6/22/20 – 8/8/20OnlinePSY 101: General Psychology
    PSY 310Child & Adolescent Development3 crON6/22/20 – 8/8/20OnlinePSY 101: General Psychology
    PSY 341Child, Family and Youth Services3 crON6/22/20 – 8/8/20OnlinePSY 101: General Psychology
    PSY 361Violence in the Family3 crON5/4/20 – 6/20/20OnlinePSY 101: General Psychology
    PSY 382Learning3 crON5/4/20 – 6/20/20OnlinePSY 101: General Psychology
    PSY 470Senior Seminar in Psychology3 crON6/22/20 – 8/8/20OnlinePsychology major, PSY 300: Research Methods, and senior status
    REL 111World Religions3 crM-F5/27/20 – 6/17/209:00am – 11:30amNone
    REL 124Introduction to the New Testament3 crON6/22/20 – 8/8/20OnlineNone
    SGD 111Introduction to Simulation and Game Design3 crM-F5/4/20 – 5/22/209:00am – 11:30amNone
    THE 180Music Appreciation3 crON6/22/20 – 8/8/20OnlineNone

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Current WPU Students

Want to pick up credit hours by learning in a relaxed environment with excellent faculty? You can take interesting and required courses while you complete your internship, work a part-time job, or just take it easy.

WPU offers a wide array of courses in every major. Taking courses during the summer is an inexpensive and flexible way to get closer to graduation.

WPU students can contact Residence Life and Housing if they have questions about summer housing residencelife@peace.edu

REGISTER FOR SUMMER CLASSES

Future WPU Students and Students Applying from Other Universities

Get a leg up on the competition by starting your college journey right away. William Peace University offers students who’ve completed their sophomore year of high school the opportunity to earn college credits in the summer.

We offer a variety of courses that count toward graduation at WPU as well as most other colleges and universities throughout the country. You will be taught by outstanding faculty members and complete the 100% online course. No matter where you are — online courses at WPU are available to fit your schedule, your needs, and allow you meet your college requirements.

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Summer Course Schedules

Want to check out WPU’s summer class offerings? Download course schedules below.

SUMMER 2020 COURSE SCHEDULE

Important Dates

Don’t miss any important deadlines for registering, see what you need to mark on your calendar.

May Session – 3 weeks
Session begins: 5/4/20

Session 1
Priority Admission Deadline: April 20
Session begins: 5/4/20
Session ends: 6/20/20

14 Week Session
Priority Admission Deadline: April 20
Session begins:5/4/20
Session ends: 8/8/20

June Session – 3 Weeks
Priority Deadline: May 13
Session begins: 5/27/20
Session ends: 6/17/20

Session 2
Priority Admission Deadline: June 1: Session begins: 6/22/20
Session ends:8/8/20

Tuition*

$350/credit hour
$295/credit hour for EDU licensure program

*The rates apply to all courses except RN to BSN.

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