Grove City College is offering a slate of affordable online courses this summer for students seeking to earn college credit at a discount and adult learners who want to expand their horizons. Late summer registration is on now.
This is the first time that the nationally-ranked private Christian college has opened up its online courses to students who are not already enrolled in the College.
Courses offered through Grove City College’s Online Program run the gamut, from general education classes in physics, calculus, psychology and other disciplines, to specialized instruction in design software, nutrition and health, writing and thermodynamics, among many others.
Online learning allows students to pick up two, three or four transferable college credits at less than half the cost from home in just a few weeks, significantly reducing the cost of a college education and the time it takes to earn a degree.
“Whether you are a Grove City College student, someone enrolled at another college or university or an adult learner seeking to improve your knowledge or marketable skills, the College’s Online Program offers a convenient pathway to additional college credit,” John Inman, vice president for Enrollment Services and Registrar, said.
Late Summer courses, beginning July 1, are:
- ACCT 202 Principles of Accounting II
- ACCT 303 Cost of Accounting
- COMM 135 Writing for the Media
- DESI 110 Design Software for Beginners
- EDUC 203 Culturally Relevant Pedagogy
- EDUC 228 Adolescent Literature
- EXER 215 Medical Terminology
- EXER 234 Introduction to Nutrition
- EXER 240 Dietary Supplements
- EXER 244 Nutrition and Health
- INBS 305 Global Business Issues
- MATH 111 Pre Calculus
- MATH 141 Business Calculus
- MNGT 214 Business, Ethics & Society
- MNGT 303 Business Law
- PHYS 121 College Physics I
- PSYC 208 Social Psychology
- PSYC 390 Study: Addiction Counseling
- WRIT 101 Foundations of Academic Discourse
- WRIT 383 Story Writing
For more information about Grove City College’s Online Program or to register for courses, visit www.gcc.edu/summeronline. The registration deadline for Early Summer courses is May 31. California students are not eligible.