Summer 2020 Dates

Full Session: May 11 - August 7

1st Session: May 11 - June 24

2nd Session: June 24 - August 7

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All summer courses have been shifted on online/remote instruction. Some will be taught live via zoom at regularly scheduled times, while others will be traditional online classes that you can do at your own pace. The programs listed in the chart below are accurate, but the class type is now online for every program. 

Programs Available

74% of SUU's current programs will be available for the 2020 Summer Semester in some capacity. 


Accounting
Aerospace/Aviation Sciences
Agriculture Sci & Industries
Anthropology
Art (BA)
Art Education
Art History
Biology Education
Biology
Business Education
Chemistry Education
Chemistry
Communication
Computer Science
Criminal Justice
Dance (BA)
Dance Education
Economics
Elementary Education
Engineering
English
English Education
Exercise Science
Family Life & Human Development
Finance
French Education
General Studies
Geology
Graphic Design
History
History Education
Hotel, Resort & Hospitality Management
Human Nutrition
Information Systems*
Interdisciplinary Studies
Management*
Marketing*
Mathematics
Mathematics Education*
Mechanical Engineering*
Music (BA)
Nursing (LPN to BSN)*
Philosophy
PE Teaching & Coaching*
Physical Science Education*
Political Science
Psychology*
Social Sciences Education
Sociology
Spanish
Spanish Education*
Studio Arts - Photography
Theatre Arts
Theatre Arts Education (BA)*

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Not Sure About Summer Yet?

If you're interested in attending summer, but aren't sure how it would change your course line-up, meet with your Student Success Advisor to talk through your options. Your advisor can help you create an academic plan and stay on track to graduate on-time or early!

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Need Help Registering?

The Registrar's Office is here to help with all things registration, including signing up for courses, adding and dropping courses, monitoring degree requirements, and academic calendaring.

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