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Online Summer Classes

Are you looking to finish your degree or start a new one? Now’s the time to embrace social distancing and complete things on your personal to-do list.

The DeSales University Online program makes it easy. With a 10% summer tuition discount and classes starting as early as May, you can reach your true potential. 

Turn social distancing into personal and professional growth. Choose an in-demand program like supply chain management or nursing. Or, select from many other programs.

DeSales University Online classes run throughout the summer.

10 percent tuition discount*  logo and DeSales Diploma

*10% Tuition Discount is for online summer classes — undergraduate, ACCESS, and part-time GRADUATE programs only. 

It’s easy to get started.

The first step is to fill out this brief summer course application. 

Note: If you are already a DeSales student, please register through WebAdvisor in MyDSU

Please tell us about yourself:

Which sessions/minimesters are you interested in?*

Which course(s) are you interested in taking?

Please enter the course code and name from the courses list found on this page. If you're interested in multiple courses, please enter each course on a new line.

Enter your questions or comments here.

How did you learn about our program?

ACCESS Adult Studies: Year at a Glance

  • Session 5: Hybrid/Flex Classes • May 11 to July 4, 2020

    Monday, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

    • EE201 Foundations in Early Education
    • MG325 Operations Management

    Tuesday, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

    • FA102 Introduction to Sculpture (*Main campus only—Not offered in Flex format)
    • PS230 Cognitive Psychology

    Wednesday, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

    • EN103 Composition and Rhetoric I
    • FN330 Corporate Finance
    • HI213 American Civilization I: Humanities I

    Thursday, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

    • AB219 Managerial Accounting
    • MA111 Probability and Statistics: MOT/Mathematics
    • TH261 Sexual Morality
  • Session 5 Online Classes • May 11 to July 4, 2020*

    *classes are 8 weeks, unless otherwise noted below

    • AB217 Financial Accounting
    • AB452 Strategic Cost Management
    • CJ/LG160 Criminal Law
    • CJ260 Law Enforcement
    • CJ290 Community Corrections
    • CJ/HS380 Intelligence and Security
    • CS475 Ethics and Technology: Values Seminar
    • EN104 Composition and Rhetoric II
    • EN250 American Romanticism: Humanities IV
    • FN290 Personal Finance
    • FN331 Financial Management
    • HI202 Western Civilization since 1600 A.D.: Humanities II
    • HI302 Family and Gender History
    • MG201 Principles of Management
    • MG211 Quantitative Business Analysis
    • MG212 Data Analysis
    • MG233 Business Communication Skills
    • MG400 Organizational Behavior
    • PS250 Social Psychology
    • PS370 Counseling Psychology
    • SO109  Introduction to Sociology
    • SP101 Elementary Spanish I
    • TH109  Catholic Theology
    • TH260  Marriage and the Family 

    Online 2 weeks: Friday, May 29 to Friday, June 12, 2020
    HR One-credit Workshop

    • HR341.8 Employment Practice Liability
  • 3-Week, Online May Minimester: May 18 to June 6, 2020

    • EN372 Topics in World Literature – Russian Literature: Humanities IV
    • FA335 Art of the United States
    • HI214 American Civilization II: Humanities II
    • MK201 Principles of Marketing
    • PO201 Classical Political Thought: Humanities I
    • TH109 Catholic Theology
  • Online Summer Session 1 — 6 Week Classes, May 18 to June 27, 2020

    • BI209 Biology: Thinking and Creativity (8 weeks, May 18 – July 11)
    • BI475 Designer Genes: Values Seminar
    • CS105 Introduction to Computer Applications
    • EC209 Principles of Macroeconomics: MOT/Social Science
    • EN103  Composition and Rhetoric I
    • EN115  An Introduction to Fiction: MOT/Literature
    • EN285   Contemporary Literature: Humanities IV
    • FA370 Music of the Modern Era: Humanities III
    • HI201 Western Civilization to 1600 AD: Humanities I
    • HI213 American Civilization I: Humanities I
    • MA111 Probability and Statistics: MOT/Mathematics
    • MG475  Ethics in the Workplace: Values Seminar
    • MK315 Business to Business Marketing
    • PL109 Philosophical Thinking: MOT/Philosophy
    • PS109 Introduction to Psychology: MOT/Social Science
    • TH109  Catholic Theology
    • TH262  Medicine and Morality
    • WC154  Mexicans in America
  • Online Summer Session 2 — 6 Week Classes, June 29 to August 8, 2020

    • CJ/LG480  Family Values and the Law: Values Seminar
    • CM130  Introduction to Mass Communications
    • EC210 Principles of Microeconomics
    • EN104  Composition and Rhetoric II
    • EN110  Introduction to Poetry: MOT/Literature
    • EN375 Topics in American Literature: Literature of War: Humanities IV
    • FA334 Classical, Gothic, and Renaissance Art: Humanities III
    • HI202 Western Civilization Since 1600: Humanities II
    • HI214 American Civilization II: Humanities II
    • MG100  Introduction to Business
    • MK330  Health Care Marketing
    • PL475 Friendship, Love, and Sexuality: Values Seminar
    • PO103  American Federal Government
    • PO/WC107 Central European Nations
    • PS230 Cognitive Psychology
    • TH260 Marriage and the Family
  • Summer Sessions 2020: On-Campus *

    *These courses are On-Campus Only—Not Available Online or in Flex format

    Center Valley Campus

    • BI263 Anatomy and Physiology I
      8 weeks , May 18 – July 11, 4 Credits
      Lectures: Online  Lab: Saturdays 8 am - 12 pm
  • Session 6: Summer — 6 Week Hybrid/Flex Classes • July 6 to August 15, 2020

    Hybrid/Flex Classes

    • Tuesday, 6:00pm - 10:00pm
      • FA335 Art of the United States
      • TH283 Christian Prayer
    • Thursday, 6:00pm - 10:00pm
      • EN358 Shakespeare I: Humanities IV
      • TH483 The Workaday World: Values Seminar 
  • Session 6: Summer — 6 Week Online Classes • July 6 to August 15, 2020*

      *Classes are 6 weeks and online, unless otherwise noted below

    • AB272 The Legal Environment of Business
    • CJ305 Child Abuse and Neglect
    • EN115 An Introduction to Fiction: MOT/Literature
    • FA336 Roman Art and Architecture: Humanities III
    • FN361 Investments and Portfolio Management
    • MG350 Introduction to Project Management
    • MG475 Ethical Issues in the Work Place: Values Seminar
    • MK201 Principles of Marketing
    • MK215 Sales and Sales Management
    • PS240 Human Development
    • PS275 Topics in Psychology: Neurodevelopmental Disorders
    • SP102 Elementary Spanish II
    • TH234 The Old Testament
    • TH262 Medicine and Morality
    • TH499 Independent Study in Theology

    2-Weeks – Online: Friday, July 24 to Friday, August 7, 2020
    HR One-credit Workshop

    • HR341.5 Counseling and Discipline
Online Summer Classes
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I personally recommend anybody to take
this program. It's in six weeks, you get

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it done quick. You can work, you can take
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any trip that you have planned. The summer minimester - you can take it totally

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online. It's the same as if you're taking
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weeks and the convenience of it. You can
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you have a Wi-Fi connection. Not only is
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but also for traditional students that
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take internships. The reason I like
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I have an eight-year-old son, and on top of
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convenient that I could get it over with
and I could enjoy the rest of my summer.
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