Online Summer Courses

Summer Online Courses at CSU Online

Browse the courses below, organized by area of study. Graduate courses are those 500-level and above; undergraduate courses are 400-level and below.

The courses listed here are only those that are available to both current and visiting students.

Current CSU students can access a complete list of online summer courses through the following links:
Current CSU Online students
Current CSU Campus students

Agriculture, Animal, and Food Sciences

Agriculture
  • AGRI 465 - Pesticide Management
  • AGRI 468 - Management and Control of Turfgrass Pests
  • AGRI 500 - Advanced Issues in Agriculture
  • AGRI 632 - Managing for Ecosystem Sustainability
  • AGRI 633 - Understanding and Managing Animal Resources
  • AGRI 692 - Seminar
Soil and Crop Sciences
  • SOCR 200 - Seed Anatomy and Identification
  • SOCR 201 - Seed Development and Metabolism
  • SOCR 300 - Seed Purity Analysis
  • SOCR 301 - Seed Germination and Viability
  • SOCR 410 - Seed Processes: Storage and Deterioration

Art, Design, and Music

Interior Design
Music

Business

Accounting
  • ACT 205 - Fundamentals of Accounting
  • ACT 540 - Professional Ethics and Responsibilities
Business General
  • BUS 150 - Business Computing Concepts and Applications
  • BUS 205 - Legal and Ethical Issues in Business
  • BUS 500 - Business Systems and Processes
  • BUS 690A - Contemporary Issues in Business: Career Management
  • BUS 616 - Financial Reporting and Analysis
  • BUS 635 - Business Economics for the World Market
Finance
  • FIN 305 - Fundamentals of Finance
  • FIN 603 - Corporate Risk Management
  • FIN 608 - Fundamentals of Firm Valuation
  • FIN 609 - Fundamentals of Personal Finance
Management
  • MGT 305 - Fundamentals of Management
Marketing
  • MKT 305 - Fundamentals of Marketing
  • MKT 611 - Quantitative Marketing Research Methods
  • MKT 661 - Consumer Behavior
  • MKT 667 - Services Marketing Management

Computer Science and Technology

Computer Science
Computer Information Systems
  • CIS 570 - Business Intelligence
  • CIS 611 - Object-Oriented Systems
  • CIS 670 - Advanced IT Project Management

Education

Adult Education
  • EDAE 540 - Teach English as a Second Language - Adult Learners
  • EDAE 590 - Workshop: Teaching and Learning at a Distance
  • EDAE 601 - Philosophy/Organization of Workforce Education
  • EDAE 629 - Program Development
  • EDAE 692 - Seminar
  • EDAE 695 - Independent Study
  • EDRM 600 - Introduction to Research Methods
Higher Education
Education
  • EDCT 300 - Principles of Career and Technical Education
  • EDCT 400 - Building Student Organizations/Partnerships
  • EDCT 571 - Vocational Assessment for Special Needs
  • EDCT 612 - Career and Technical Administrative Strategy
  • EDUC 275 - Schooling in the United States (GT-SS3)
  • EDUC 573 - Differentiating Instruction for Diverse Needs
  • EDUC 591C - Workshop: Annenberg
  • EDUC 591D - Workshop: Annenberg
  • EDUC 591E - Workshop: Annenberg
  • EDUC 591F - Workshop: Annenberg
  • EDUC 619 - Curriculum Development
  • EDUC 651 - Multicultural and Special Populations
  • EDUC 660 - Advanced Methods-Science and Math Instruction
  • EDUC 670 - Grant Writing

Fire and Emergency Services

Fire and Emergency Services Administration

Leadership and Arts

Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Arts Advocacy, and the Public
Organization Performance and Change
  • EDOD 675 - Design, Develop, Implement Workplace Learning
  • EDOD 678 - Assess Change Interventions
  • EDOD 792 - Seminar: Human Resource Development
  • EDOD 799 - Dissertation

Liberal Arts

Anthropology
  • ANTH 100 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
  • ANTH 120 - Human Origins and Variation
  • ANTH 121 - Human Origins and Variation Laboratory
  • ANTH 140 - Introduction to Prehistory
  • ANTH 200 - Cultures and the Global System
  • ANTH 260 - Introduction to Field Archaeology
  • ANTH 313 - Modernization and Development
  • ANTH 338 - Gender and Anthropology
  • ANTH 343 - Applied Medical Anthropology
  • ANTH 415 - Indigenous Ecologies and the Modern World
  • ANTH 492A - Seminar - Archaeology: Gender and Archaeology
  • ANTH 660 - Field Archaeology
Communications Studies
Composition
  • CO 150 - College Composition
  • CO 300 - Writing Arguments (GT-CO3)
English
  • E 238 - 20th-Century Fiction
Economics
Geography
  • GR 100 - Introduction to Geography
  • GR 320 - Cultural Geography
History
Journalism and Technical Communication
  • JTC 210 - Newswriting Credits
  • JTC 211 - Computer-Mediated Visual Communication
  • JTC 300 - Professional and Technical Communication
  • JTC 301 - Corporate and Professional Communication
  • JTC 311 - History of Media
  • JTC 326 - Online Writing and Journalism
  • JTC 340 - Digital Video Editing
  • JTC 350 - Public Relations
  • JTC 355 - Advertising
  • JTC 361 - Writing for Specialized Magazines
  • JTC 372 - Web Design and Management
  • JTC 411 - Media Ethics and Issues
  • JTC 413 - New Communication Technologies and Society
Liberal Arts
  • LB 200 - Liberal Arts Research Methods
  • LB 492 - Liberal Arts Capstone Seminar
Philosophy
  • PHIL 103 - Moral and Social Problems
  • PHIL 110 - Logic and Critical Thinking (GT-AH3)
Political Science
  • POLS 101 - American Government and Politics (GT-SS1)
  • POLS 103 - State and Local Government and Politics (GT-SS1)
  • POLS 232 - International Relations (GT-SS1)
  • POLS 241 - Comparative Government and Politics (GT-SS1)
  • POLS 361 - U.S. Environmental Politics and Policy
  • POLS 437 - International Security
Sociology
  • SOC 100 - General Sociology
  • SOC 105 - Social Problems (GT-SS3)
  • SOC 205 - Contemporary Race-Ethnic Relations
  • SOC 301 - Development of Sociological Thought
  • SOC 311 - Methods of Sociological Inquiry
  • SOC 313 - Computer Methods in Sociology
  • SOC 320 - Population- Natural Resources and Environment
  • SOC 332 - Comparative Majority-Minority Relations
  • SOC 333 - Gender and Society
  • SOC 352 - Criminology
  • SOC 372 - Sociology of Deviance
  • SOC 463 - Sociology of Disaster

Psychology

Psychology
  • PSY 100 - General Psychology
  • PSY 175 - Developmental Psychology Across the Life Span
  • PSY 210 - Psychology of the Individual in Context
  • PSY 228 - Psychology of Human Sexuality
  • PSY 250 - Research Methods in Psychology
  • PSY 252 - Mind, Brain, and Behavior
  • PSY 300 - Child Exceptionality and Psychopathology
  • PSY 305 - Psychology of Religion
  • PSY 315 - Social Psychology
  • PSY 317 - Social Psychology Laboratory
  • PSY 320 - Abnormal Psychology
  • PSY 325 - Psychology of Personality
  • PSY 335 - Forensic Psychology
  • PSY 340 - Organizational Psychology
  • PSY 341 - Organizational Psychology Laboratory
  • PSY 364 - Infectious Diseases and Substance Use
  • PSY 401 - History and Systems of Psychology
  • PSY 440 - Industrial Psychology
  • PSY 452 - Cognitive Psychology
  • PSY 453 - Cognitive Psychology Laboratory
  • PSY 456 - Sensation and Perception
  • PSY 457 - Sensation and Perception Laboratory
  • PSY 460 - Child Exceptionality and Psychopathology

Social and Community Services

Health and Human Sciences
  • AHS 201 - Perspectives in Gerontology
Human Development and Family Studies
  • HDFS 101 - Individual and Family Development
  • HDFS 217 - Creative Experiences for Children
  • HDFS 277 - Professional Skills Development I
  • HDFS 286 - Practicum-Professional Skills
  • HDFS 310 - Infant and Child Development in Context
  • HDFS 311 - Adolescent/Early Adult Development in Context
  • HDFS 312 - Adult Development - Middle Age and Aging
  • HDFS 317 - Special Needs in Early Childhood
  • HDFS 318 - Infancy and Toddlerhood
  • HDFS 320 - Cognitive and Language Development
  • HDFS 332 - Death, Dying, and Grief
  • HDFS 334 - Parenting Across the Lifespan
  • HDFS 350 - Applied Research Methods
  • HDFS 375 - Programming for Children and Families
  • HDFS 402 - Family Studies
  • HDFS 404 - Child Life Theory and Practice
  • HDFS 439 - Administration of Early Childhood Programs
  • HDFS 445 - Early Childhood Health, Safety, and Nutrition
Health and Exercise Science
Occupational Therapy
  • OT 110 - Introduction to Occupational Therapy
  • OT 215 - Medical Terminology
Social Work
  • SOWK 371E - Social Work with Selected Populations- Social Gerontology
  • SOWK 551 - Fundamentals of Mediation
  • SOWK 554 - Conflict Resolution in the Workplace
  • SOWK 560 - Social Work Practice in Schools
  • SOWK 561 - School/Community: People with Disabilities
  • SOWK 675 - Psychopathology and Social Work
Women's Studies and Gender Research
  • ETST 300 - Queer Studies and Women of Color
  • WS 200 - Introduction to Women's Studies

Statistics and Mathematics

Mathematics
  • MATH 117 - College Algebra in Context I
  • MATH 118 - College Algebra in Context II
  • MATH 124 - Logarithmic and Exponential Functions
  • MATH 125 - Numerical Trigonometry
  • MATH 126 - Analytic Trigonometry
  • MATH 160 - Calculus for Physical Scientists I
  • MATH 161 - Calculus for Physical Scientists II
Statistics
  • STAT 500 - Statistical Computer Packages

Sustainability and the Environment

Natural Resources
  • NR 553 - DoD Sustainable Building and Infrastructure
Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology
  • FW 104 - Wildlife Ecology and Conservation (GT-SC2)
Natural Sciences
  • NSCI 660 - Evolutionary Biology for Educators
  • NSCI 695 - Independent Study for the MNSE
  • NSCI 696 - Group Study
  • NSCI 698 - Research Experience in Natural Sciences

Veterinary Medicine and Pre-Health

Biomedical Sciences
  • BMS 300 - Principles of Human Physiology
  • BMS 310 - Anatomy for the Health Professions
  • BMS 320 - Virtual Laboratory in Physiology
Botany/Zoology
  • BZ 101 - Humans and Other Animals
  • BZ 479 - Biology and Behavior of Dogs
Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology
Clinical Sciences
  • VS 331 - Histology
  • VS 333 - Domestic Animal Anatomy
  • VS 479 - Biology and Behavior of Dogs
Biochemistry
  • BC 351 - Principles of Biochemistry
  • BC 353 - Pre-Health Genetics
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