Summer Sessions 2021 – Online Courses

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Make your summer count. Take Hartwick classes taught by Hartwick faculty online.

Earn credits toward your degree, fulfill requirements, and get ahead for $290 per credit hour ($100 deposit at time of registration).

Who is eligible?

Currently enrolled Hartwick students, students enrolled at other colleges, recent high school graduates, high school seniors (with permission), adult students wanting to continue their educations. Check out our Summer Session Online FAQ.

Steps to Register

  1. Click “Course Information”
  2. Select “Students”
  3. Click “Search for Sections” under Registration
  4. Select Term: Summer 1 2021, Summer 2 2021, Summer 3 2021
  5. View Course Information
  6. Register

Session 1 – June 1 to June 25, 2021

ART-250: Smartphone Photo & Video
BIOL-206: Human Anatomy and Physiology 1
BIOL-344: Pathophysiology**
BUSA-250: Market Yourself – Beyond the Digital Resume
BUSA-270: Business Information Systems* **
BUSA-440: Entrepreneurship**
BUSA-350: Small Group Communication**
CISC-106: Business Computing
CRMJ-110: Introduction to Criminal Justice
EDUC-201: Interdisciplinary Curriculum and Instruction
ENGL-110: College Writing*
ENGL-118: Small Group Communication
MUSI-106: Learning About Music
PE-157: Hiking for Wellness
PHIL-250: Healthcare Ethics
PHYS-125: Energy, Environment, and Society
POSC-105: International Relations
PSYC-290: Psychological Research Methods**
RELS-106: World Religions
SCIE-301: Pathophysiology and Pharmacology 1**
SOCI-271: Social Policy and Social Welfare**
THEA-250: Can We Talk?

All courses are asynchronous online (learn anytime) except for those marked as synchronous.
*synchronous: M, T, W, Th, F

**prerequisites

Session 2 – June 28 to July 23, 2021

BIOL-207: Human Anatomy and Physiology 2
BIOL-344: Pathophysiology**
BUSA-101: Introduction to Business
BUSA-250: Esports – Follow the Money
BUSA-350: Fashion Branding
CISC-106: Business Computing
CRMJ-250: Media & Crime
ECON-102: Principles of Macroeconomics
ENGL-110: College Writing*
GLST-160: Introduction to Global Studies
MATH-100: Algebra Review*
MUST-203: Museums & Society: Controversies & Dilemmas
PE-134: Healthy Ways to Manage Stress
PHIL-252: Moral Psychology: Ethics
SCIE-302: Pathophysiology and Pharmacology 2**
SOCI-111: Controversial Social Issues

All courses are asynchronous online (learn anytime) except for those marked as synchronous.
*synchronous: M, T, W, Th, F

**prerequisites

Session 3 – July 26 to August 20, 2021

ACCT-101: Financial Accounting*
BIOL-150: Medical Terminology
BUSA-150: How We Shop
BUSA-152: When Cultures Collide – How to succeed in a multicultural company!
BUSA-251: Small Business Management – Can I be my own boss?
CISC-151: Learn to Program with Java
CRMJ-251: Crime Prevention
HUMA-151: Contemporary Hispanic Cinema
MATH-150: Topics in Math – Math for Nurses*
MUSI-251: Film Music
PSYC-273: Health Psychology**
RELS-151: Superheroes Changing the World
SOCI-105: Introduction to Sociology

All courses are asynchronous online (learn anytime) except for those marked as synchronous.
*synchronous: M, T, W, Th, F

**prerequisites

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