Summer Session

Nebraska Wesleyan welcomes visiting undergraduate and new degree-seeking students to take undergraduate or graduate classes with us this summer.

At NWU, you’ll work with friendly staff who will support you every step of the way, from answering your questions to helping you register for classes. And you’ll be in those classes with top professors who will engage, challenge and mentor you.

Admission is open. Submit the NWU Summer Session Registration Form and a counselor will ensure you are eligible to register for the courses you request.

Choose from more than 80 online and in-person courses in two dozen academic fields. Summer session dates are:

  • Second five-week session: June 27-July 30

 

Academic Level Course Term Location Credits Tuition Per Credit Hour
Undergraduate
ACCT-1320-N
PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II
The role of accounting in the formation and capitalization of corporations is studied. Other topics include cash flow, analysis and interpretation of financial statements, and basic managerial accounting. Prerequisite(s): Grade of "C-" or better in ACCT-1310.
Summer 22 2nd 5wk (6/27/2022-7/30/2022) Distance (online) 3 Credits $385.00
Undergraduate
BIO-1100-01
INTRO HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II
An introductory study of the blood, cardiovascular lymphatic, respiratory, endocrine, digestive, urinary and reproductive systems in addition to metabolism, fluid and electrolyte balance and acid-base balance of the body. Three Lectures per week. Does not count toward a biology major. Prerequisite(s): Biology 1090 or permission of the instructor. Pre or Corequisite(s): Biology 1100L.
Summer 22 2nd 5wk (6/27/2022-7/30/2022) Distance (online) 3 Credits $385.00
Undergraduate
BIO-1100L-01
INTRO HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II LAB
Laboratory experiments and investigative exercises supporting Biology 1100. Pre or Corequisite(s): Biology 1100.
Summer 22 2nd 5wk (6/27/2022-7/30/2022) Lincoln - T, Th 9:00 AM-12:00 PM - ACK 213 (LAB) 1 Credit $385.00
Undergraduate
POLSC-1100-01
INTRO TO INTERNATIONAL POLITICS
This course provides an introduction to the concepts, theories and methods of international politics. It highlights the similarities and differences between political systems, as well the nature of relations between these political systems. By examining political violence, democratization, security, trade, and development, this class will equip students to analyze current problems and experiences.
Summer 22 2nd 5wk (6/27/2022-7/30/2022) Distance (online) 4 Credits $385.00
Undergraduate
PSYCH-2700-N
ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY
An investigation of the symptoms, etiology, and treatment of mental disorders including those associated with anxiety, moods, psychosis, dissociation, somatoform reactions, personality, substance use, sexual dysfunctional/deviance, eating, aging, child/adolescent development, and brain dysfunction. Prerequisite(s): Psychology 1010/1010FYW or permission of the instructor.
Summer 22 2nd 5wk (6/27/2022-7/30/2022) Distance (online) 4 Credits $385.00
Undergraduate
THTRE-3500-01
DIRECTING II
Students will direct under supervision a one-act play or (with instructor's permission) a full-length play. This course may be repeated. Prerequisite(s): Theatre 2500.
Summer 22 2nd 5wk (6/27/2022-7/30/2022) Lincoln 3 Credits $385.00
Undergraduate
THTRE-3510-01
DIRECTING III
Theatre 3510 is a directing practicum in which students apply theory and techniques to the task of directing a play of a one hour's length or, with instructor's permission, a full-length play. The class also continues to introduce students to more advanced directing theory and technique. All students are expected to actively participate in a series of exercises that emphasize the development of critical thinking, research, communication and organizational skills associated with effective stage direction. This course may be repeated once for credit. Prerequisite(s): Theatre 2500 and 3500 and/or permission of the instructor or department chair.
Summer 22 2nd 5wk (6/27/2022-7/30/2022) Lincoln 3 Credits $385.00