In summer sessions, Georgetown offers a number of Web-based courses for current or visiting students, as well as exciting on-campus options. Online courses cost only $380 per credit hour.
Use the course search function to discover the most up-to-date information (sessions May, S1 or S2). Check the list below for course advisories. Visiting students should contact the Admissions Office for enrollment information.
|May Mini Term||May 12-23, 2014|
|BIO470||Topics: Tropical Biology||3||A||Livingston, T||TBA||May 12 to 23|
|PSY470||Topics: Psychology of Slavery||3||WA||Lookadoo, R||WEB||May 12 to 23|
|Summer One||May 25-June 27|
|BUA348||Principles of Management||3||A||Haddad, Z||LRC 241||M-T-W-R-F, 9:45 am|
|BUA353||Intn'l Business Operations||3||A||Haddad, Z||LRC 241||M-T-W-R-F, 8:00 am|
|CHE102||Liberal Arts Chemistry/No Lab||3||WA||Knapp, M||WEB||5/27 to 6/27|
|CHE201||Organic Chemistry I||3||A||Sheridan, P.||ASC 112||M-T-W-R-F, 8:00|
|CHE202||Organic Lab I-Tech & Synthesis||1||A||Sheridan, P||ASC 218||M-T-W-R-F, 10:30|
|ENG112||English Composition II||3||WA||Cook, C||WEB||5/27 to 6/27|
|ENG211||English Literature Survey I (W)||3||WA||Cook, C||WEB||5/27 to 6/27|
|KHS470||Topics: Legal Issues in Sports Management||3||A||McGuire, R||GYM 022||M-T-W-R-F, 11:45|
|MAT107||College Algebra(Q)||3||WA||French, A||WEB||5/27 to 6/27|
|MUS307||History of Rock & Roll||3||WA||Burnette,S||WEB||5/27 to 6/27|
|PSY111||General Psychology||3||WA||Lookadoo,R||WEB||5/27 to 6/27|
|PSY337||Psychology of Women (C)||3||WA||Lookadoo,R||WEB||5/27 to 6/27|
|REL235||Old Testament Law and History||3||WA||Clark, T.||WEB||5/27 to 6/27|
|REL253||Religions ofthe Modern World (C)||3||WA||Clark, T.||WEB||5/27 to 6/27|
|SOC373||Class and Stratification (C)||3||WA||Cribbs, S||WEB||5/27 to 6/27|
|SPA201||Elementary Spanish II||3||A||Rivas, S||LRC Comp||M-T-W-R-F, 11:00|
|Summer Two||July 2 - Aug 2|
|CHE309||Organic Chemistry II||3||A||Sheridan, P||ASC 112||M-T-W-R-F, 8:00|
|CHE310||Organic Chem Lab-Tech and Synthesis||1||A||Sheridan, P||ASC 218||M-T-W-R-F, 10:30|
|COMM325||Human Communication & Technology||3||WA||Dickerson||WEB||July 2 to August 2|
|ENG298||World Literature Survey II (C)(W)||3||WA||Carter, S||WEB||July 2 to August 2|
|ENG298||World Literature Survey II (C)(W)||3||WB||Carter, S||WEB||July 2 to August 2|
|KHS470||Aspects of Athl Admin & Sports Mgmt||3||A||McGuire, R||GYM 022||M-T-W-R-F, 11:45|
|MAT111||Elemen Probability & Stats (Q)||3||WA||White, H.||WEB||July 2 to August 2|
|MUS307||History of Rock & Roll||3||WA||Burnette, S.||WEB||July 2 to August 2|
|PSY315||Health Psychology||3||WA||Lookadoo, R||WEB||July 2 to August 2|
|PSY337||Psychology of Women (C)||3||WA||Lookadoo, R.||WEB||July 2 to August 2|
Online Courses at Georgetown College
The Moodle course management system is a platform for online course interaction at Georgetown, making access to your class available from most anywhere in the world. Once you have registered for an online course, you will be contacted by the course professor (not necessarily right away) to share more about your next steps for accessing the course.
You should be contacted via email ahead of the class start date.
While online courses provide a unique opportunity for interaction with professors and other students with a flexible schedule in a “no back seats” environment, online classes have requirements, products, and deadlines just like any other academic pursuit. Student initiative is even more important to success in such classes.
For advice about applying a specific course to your program, consult your campus advisor. For a Moodle tutorial, consider this site: Moodle Student FAQ