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Hartwick College Summer 2017 Online Courses Announced

November 21, 2016

Hartwick College today announced it will offer a series of online courses this summer. Twenty-two courses in a variety of subjects will be available over three four-week sessions starting June 5, 2017. The courses are open to anyone in the community. Registration begins November 28, 2016 and runs through the beginning of the first summer session.

“We are excited about this summer’s classes. We have more than doubled our summer online offerings, with something for everyone — local small business owners, folks with interests in literature and the arts, students looking to take care of general education requirements,” said Dean of Academic Affairs Dr. Kellie H. Bean, who oversees the online curriculum. “Our online program is growing and targeted to the increased demand for distance learning opportunities.”

For current Hartwick students, she said, the online courses can help them meet general education requirements, catch up on credits, get ahead in their programs, or improve their GPA by retaking a class. Alumni, prospective students, and members of the Hartwick community are invited to take advantage of the opportunity to learn about new fields or simply experience learning in an online format.

The courses, all taught by members of the Hartwick College faculty, earn participants three or four credit hours per session.

Courses being offered this summer are:

Session 1 (June 5 – June 30):

  • ARTH 213: Introduction to Digital Media
  • BIOL 206: Human Anatomy & Physiology I
  • BIOL 344: Pathophysiology
  • BUSA 101: Introduction to Business
  • CISC 106: Business Computing
  • ENGL 250: The Art of the Short Story
  • ENGL 250: Writing the Spiritual Autobiography
  • MUSI 106: Learning About Music
  • PHIL 250:  Contemporary Ethical Issues
  • PHYS 121: Astronomy

Session 2 (July 3 – July 28):

  • BIOL 207: Human Anatomy & Physiology II
  • BUSA 343: Social Media Marketing
  • ECON 102: Macroeconomic Principles
  • INTR 160: Introduction to Global Studies
  • MUSI 176: Rock Music History
  • PHIL 236: Logic
  • POSC 105: International Relations
  • PSYC 304: Cognitive Psychology
  • SOCI 105: Introduction to Sociology
  • SOCI 111: Controversial Social Issues

Session 3 (July 31 – August 24):

  • BUSA 230: Organizational Behavior
  • THEA 350: Theatre for Social Change

Current Hartwick students can register electronically (via WebAdvisor).

For more information on the courses available, fees, and registration, visit, or contact Bean at 607-431-4106 or at