What courses are being offered for summer 2014?
Messiah College is offering a selection of 34 different courses for summer 2014. Messiah's Summer 2014 Online Course Offerings.
Are all of Messiah College's summer courses offered for academic credit?
Yes, all of Messiah's summer online courses are credit-bearing. And because Messiah College is a fully accredited academic institution, all courses offered by Messiah, including online courses, fall under that accreditation.
If I'm a current Messiah student, will my summer course credits count towards my Messiah degree?
As a current student, Messiah's summer course credit is applicable toward your Messiah College degree. However, you are encouraged to work with your academic advisor to ensure that the summer course(s) you wish to take will help you to meet your major's specific curriculum requirements.
Are Messiah College's summer course credits transferable to other institutions?
Messiah College is fully accredited and credits earned at Messiah, including summer courses, will transfer to most other colleges and universities. The decision about transfer credits and their application to specific degree requirements, however, is the decision of the receiving institution. To be certain, it is advisable that you confirm this in advance with the institution to which you wish to transfer credit.
Who teaches Messiah's summer courses?
All of Messiah's online courses are developed and taught by current Messiah College faculty, who are dedicated, experienced educators known for integrating their Christian faith with their outstanding scholarship, teaching and expertise. Messiah's online course content is designed and delivered to meet the same high standards as courses offered in our traditional classroom-based format.
How long is Messiah's summer session and when does it run?
Messiah's summer session is eight weeks in length, running June 9 - August 1, 2014.
CHEM 106 requires a one week intensive laboratory component during the week of July 26-Aug 1 which requires students to be on campus between 9am to 5pm. If you are unable to commute, on campus housing and meal plans are available for an additional fee. Contact the course instructor, Alison Nobel for details. Prerequisite: CHEM 105.