Why not add an online class to your plans for summer break? Westminster summer term courses are a great opportunity to earn credit in major and general education courses with a discounted hourly tuition rate.
- Current students: Register in MyWC
- Registration deadline: To be announced
Online courses are available in either 3-week or 6-week formats. Students who enroll for on-line classes should carefully review the course description and information for on-line classes before enrolling.
$275 per credit hour. $825 for a 3-hour course.
Online Course Requirements
- Westminster students must attend the online orientation meeting scheduled, to be announced.
- Students are responsible for obtaining their course books before the start of class and are available at the bookstore.
- Maintain reliable access to the Internet throughout the course's duration.
For further information, please contact Dr. Susan Serota, Director of Online Teaching.
Frequently Asked Questions
3 Credits in 3 Weeks - May Term
Term Dates: May 15, 2017 - June 2, 2017
BUS 220 Management
BUS 353 Non-Profit Management
CHM 105 Introduction to Chemistry
ECN 212 Principles of Microeconomics
EDU/PSY 221 Educational Psychology
HES/PSY 231 Sports Psychology
HES/TNS 240 Global Health
HIS 103 US History to 1877
HIS 104 US History since 1877
HIS 110 World History II
HUM 277 Spanish Civilization
MUS 205 Music of the Western World
NSC 305 Survey of the History of Science
PHL 101 Introduction to Philosophy
POL 332/SEC 300 National Security Law
SPE/WGS 203 Interpersonal Communication
3 Credits in 6 Weeks - Summer Term
Term Dates: June 5, 2017 - July 14, 2017
BUS 250 Principles of Marketing
BUS 330 Advertising
CRJ 101 Criminal Justice
ECN 110 Introduction to Economics
EDU 230 Child and Adolescent Growth & Development
EDU 231 Education of the Exceptional Individual
EDU 350 Digital Literacy
EDU 385 Diversity in Education
ENG 239 American Literature since the Civil War
A survey of American literature from the middle of the nineteenth century to the present. This course examines changes in literary culture over time, tracing currents in the literature and the culture it reflects from the emergence of an industrialized society to the segmentation of twentieth-century society. Among the authors studied are Twain, James, Chopin, Frost, Eliot, Moore, Hemingway, Faulkner, Miller, Baldwin, and Plath. Instructor: Krieg.
ENG 270 Expository Writing
A course in advanced composition, with emphasis on reasoning and organization, and with special attention to principles of style. Part of the course will consist of discussion of student work, as well as the study of trends of thought and the literary techniques of published essayists. Prerequisites: ENG 103. Instructor: O'Brien.
ENG 275 Introduction to Creative Writing
GOG 101 Introduction to Geography
HES 251 Introduction to Nutrition
This is an introductory nutrition class covering the major nutrients (carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, vitamins, minerals, and water) and their role in energy balance, weight management, the digestive process, and overall health. Students will learn the basics of healthy eating through the life cycle along with the basic nutritional science concepts of metabolism and digestion. Students will also learn about 123 nutrition misinformation, fad diets, and food politics. This course will give students the fundamental knowledge they will need to make informed decisions about foods. Instructor: Gowin.