Registration is underway for summer school at North Central College
Apr 15, 2014
Students attending any college or university can enroll in summer credit courses at North Central College.
Registration is underway for a variety of undergraduate and graduate-level courses that often can be applied toward graduation requirements at a student’s home institution. Class sessions are offered in four- and eight-week terms, starting June 16. The second four-week term starts July 14.
Students may register in person through the Office of Graduate and Continuing Education Admission during business hours, by appointment or by mail. Visit northcentralcollege.edu/admission/summer-students for details and applications or call 630-637-5840 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dozens of undergraduate course options range from biology, chemistry and physics to corporate finance and business and economic statistics; from urban problems, world religions and ethics to American government and international business; from teaching students with special needs and social psychology to first aid, advanced writing and more.
Among the many graduate courses are financial accounting, Java programming, assessment strategies for the classroom, teaching diverse students, human resource management, financial planning, social and ethical responsibilities of management and more.
Founded in 1861, North Central College is an independent, comprehensive college of the liberal arts and sciences that offers more than 55 undergraduate majors and graduate programming in seven areas. Located in the Historic District of Naperville, Illinois—rated by Money magazine as among the nation’s “Best Places to Live”—North Central College is just 30 minutes from Chicago’s Loop. With more than 3,000 undergraduate and graduate students, North Central College is committed to academic excellence, a climate that emphasizes leadership, ethics, values and service, a curriculum that balances job-related knowledge with a liberal arts foundation and a caring environment with small classes.