Summer Session 2015

Online Courses

Taking a course online at Alvernia University is as much about the future as it is about the present. At Alvernia University, we strive to meet the educational needs of all working professionals. So by offering our courses online this Summer, Alvernia is providing high-quality, engaging, convenient, and timely academic courses to meet the growing educational requirements of the adult learner.

By participating in a summer class online, you can get the education you need - and where - you need it.

Online courses run on either of the following dates: May 18 - July 2 or July 6 - August 20. Students are responsible for communications software and internet service. There are both minimum and suggested requirements for computer setup. For more information, please visit our technology requirements. All courses are accredited and the credits are readily transferable.

Course Selections


Undergraduate and Adult Education

ART 190-50: ST: Intro to Digital Photography
100% Online
May 18 - July 2

BIO 109-50: Human Biology
100% Online
May 18 - July 2

BIO 109-60: Human Biology
100% Online
July 6 - August 20

BIO 203-60: Biosphere
100% Online
July 6 - August 20

BIO 216-50: Nutrition
100% Online
May 18 - July 2

BUS 206-50: Management Principles
100% Online
May 18 - July 2

BUS 207-60: Marketing Principles
100% Online
July 6 - August 20

CJ 309-60: White Collar Crime
100% Online
July 6 - August 20

COM 101-60: Composition and Research
100% Online
July 6 - August 20

COM 290-50: ST: N American Folklore & Culture
100% Online
May 18 - July 2

ECON 248-50: Macroeconomics
100% Online
May 18 - July 2

ECON 249-60: Microeconomics
100% Online
July 6 - August 20

ENG 103-60: Introduction to Poetry
100% Online
July 6 - August 20

ENG 290-50: ST: N American Folklore & Culture
100% Online
May 18 - July 2

HIS 112-50: The Study of American History
100% Online
May 18 - July 2

HIS 112-60: The Study of American History
100% Online
July 6 - August 20

MAT 208-60: Introductory Statistics
100% Online
July 6 - August 20

PHI 105-50: Introduction to Philosophy
100% Online
May 18 - July 2

PHI 105-51: Introduction to Philosophy
100% Online
May 18 - July 2

PHI 105-60: Introduction to Philosophy
100% Online
July 6 - August 20

PHI 105-61: Introduction to Philosophy
100% Online
July 6 - August 20

PHI 210-50: Professional Ethics
100% Online
May 18 - July 2

PHI 210-60: Professional Ethics
100% Online
July 6 - August 20

PSY 101-50: Introductory Psychology
100% Online
May 18 - July 2

PSY 101-60: Introductory Psychology
100% Online
July 6 - August 20

PSY 208-50: Human Development Across the Life Span
100% Online
May 18 - July 2

PSY 215-60: Multicultural Issues
100% Online
July 6 - August 20

SOC 111-60: Principles of Sociology
100% Online
July 6 - August 20

SPA 101-50: Spanish for Beginners I
100% Online
May 18 - July 2

SPA 102-60: Spanish for Beginners II
100% Online
July 6 - August 20

THE 105 -50: Foundations of Theology
100% Online
May 18 - July 2

THE 105-60: Foundations of Theology
100% Online
July 6 - August 20

THE 210-50: Medical Moral Theology
100% Online
May 18 - July 2

THE 210-60: Medical Moral Theology
100% Online
July 6 - August 20

Graduate

COR 520-50: Ethics and Moral Leadership
100% Online
May 18 - July 7    

COR 520-60: Ethics and Moral Leadership
100% Online
May 18 - July 7   

MBA 620-50: Managerial Economics
100% Online
May 18 - July 7    

MBA 504-60: Management & Marketing
100% Online
July 6 - August 20

MBA 510-50: Managerial Accounting
100% Online
July 6 - August 20

MBA 518-60: Corporate Communication
100% Online
July 6 - August 20

MBA 520-60: Marketing Services
100% Online
July 6 - August 20

MBA 610-50: Legal Environment
100% Online
May 18 - July 7    

MBA 630-60: Management Finance
100% Online
July 6 - August 20

MED 505-60: Introduction to Special Needs Students
100% Online
July 6 - August 20

MED 542-50: Assessment & Instruction Develop Disable
100% Online
May 18 - July 7    

MOL 560-01: Foundational Leadership Literature
100% Online
May 18 - August 21



This course schedule is provided for the information of the student. It is subject to change as deemed appropriate by the University in order to fulfill its role and mission or by regulatory and/or accrediting bodies specifically impacting the programs. Changes may be implemented without prior notice and without obligation, and, unless specified otherwise, are effective when made.

School of Graduate & Adult Education

Main Campus Contact Information

540 Upland Avenue, First Floor
Reading, PA 19611
Phone: 610.796.8228 or
888.258.3764 X6
Fax: 610.796.8367
eMail: gradandadult@alvernia.edu
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Office Hours
Mon. - Thurs. - 8:30 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Fri. - 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sat. - 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.




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