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Online Summer Courses

Get Credit for Your Summer

With over 80 credit courses offered online or on campus, you can catch up on prerequisites, take courses closed out in a previous semester, or just improve your GPA!

Registration begins April 9Get credit for your summer, image of sunglasses on top of a book that says Alfred State on the cover, on the beach with umbrella

Online Courses:

 

Students registering for online course(s) must successfully complete the Online Student Readiness course before gaining access to their registered course(s). This course contains valuable information that online students will need. Topics include: using Blackboard, technology services, academic regulations pertinent to online students, online student services, and much more. Students will log into Blackboard, review material, and pass a short quiz on each area to gain access to the online course(s) that they have registered for. Questions about the Online Student Readiness course may be directed to obriend@alfredstate.edu or 607-587-3458.

Term 1, 10 weeks, May 29 - Aug. 3, 2018

Category CRN Course # Name Faculty
Business   BUAD 5023 Human Resource Management Staba
Business   BUAD 7273 Organizational Behavior Staba
Criminal Justice   CJUS 1003 Intro to Criminal Justice Jhi
Court Reporting   CTRP 3163 Speed Bldg I for Reporters & Captioners Blake
Court Reporting   CTRP 3363 Technology for Reporters & Captioners Blake
Court Reporting   CTRP 4602 Internship & Practice for Rep. & Cap. Blake
History   HIST 1113 Western Civilization I Krezenski
Nursing   NURS 5003 Ethical Issues in Healthcare Staff
Nursing   NURS 6413 Health Assessment/Promotion Staff
Nursing   NURS 7003 Nursing Research Staff
Nursing   NURS 7023 The History, Image and Culture of Nursing Sager
Nursing   NURS 8003 Informatics and Tech App in Health Staff
Government   PLSC 1043 American Government Krezenski

Term 2, 12 weeks, May 29 - Aug. 17, 2018

Category CRN Course # Name Faculty
Construction Management   CIVL 8512 Construction Supervision Internship Staff
Forensics   FRSC 8813 Forensic Science Technology Internship Bensley
Financial Planning   FSMA 8112 Financial Planning Internship DuMond
Health Information   MEDR 4111 Health Information Seminar Boyle
Health Information   MEDR 4312 Intro to HIM PPE Staff
Health Information   MEDR 4322 Coding PPE Staff
Radiology   RADT 2044 Radiology Clinical II White
Sports Management   SPMG 8112 Sport Management Internship Lisec
Sonography   SONO 3016 Sonography Clinical I Claud
Technology Management   TMGT 8006 Tech Management Internship (6 credits) Staba
Technology Management   TMGT 8106 Tech Management Internship (6 credits) Staba
Technology Management   TMGT 8112 Tech Management Internship (12 credits) Staba

Term A, 3 weeks, May 29 - June 18, 2018

Category CRN Course # Name Faculty
Health   HPED 1111 Health and Wellness Boyd
Health   HPED 4103 Personal Health Boyd
Sociology   SOCI 1163 General Sociology Bustamante
Sociology   SOCI 1193 Marriage and Family Amati
Speech   SPCH 1083 Effective Speaking O'Brien
Speech   SPCH 1083 Effective Speaking Mitchell

Term B, 3 weeks, June 25 - July 13, 2018

Category CRN Course # Name Faculty
Health   HLTH 5203 End of Life Dilemmas Gonska
Health   HLTH 5233 Culture of Healthcare Gonska
Psychology   PSYC 1013 General Psychology Levitch
Speech   SPCH 1083 Effective Speaking Sidey

Term C, 4 weeks, May 29 - June 22, 2018

Category CRN Course # Name Faculty
Accounting   ACCT 1124 Financial Accounting Grillo
Biology   BIOL 1114 Human Anatomy and Physiology (Lecture) Waldeis
Biology   BIOL 1114 Human Anatomy and Physiology (Lab) Waldeis
Business   BUAD 3043 Business Law I Damrath
Business   BUAD 3153 Fundamentals of Management Back
Business   BUAD 5043 Business Ethics Green
Business   BUAD 7004 Small Business Planning & Management Grillo
Business   BUAD 7023 Legal Environment of Business Damrath
Writing   COMP 1503 Freshman Composition Ianovici
Writing   COMP 5703 Technical Writing II Quinn
Chemistry   CHEM 1013 Introductory Chemistry Flint
Economics   ECON 1013 Macroeconomics Bloxsom
Economics   ECON 2023 Microeconomics Bloxsom
History   HIST 1143 Survey of American History I Krezenski
Health   HLTH 1313 Nutrition Waldeis
Literature   LITR 2603 Introduction to Literature Quinn
Math   MATH 1033 College Algebra Bocchi
Math   MATH 1123 Statistics I Bocchi
Tech Management   TMGT 7153 Principles of Management Back

Term D, 4 weeks, June 25 - July 20, 2018

Category CRN Course # Name Faculty
Accounting   ACCT 2224 Managerial Accounting Chase
Biology   BIOL 2214 Human Anatomy and Physiology II (Lecture) Waldeis
Biology   BIOL 2214 Human Anatomy and Physiology II (Lab) Waldeis
Business   BUAD 3135 Fundamentals of Management Back
Business   BUAD 4043 Business Law II Damrath
Business   BUAD 4403 Business Computer Applications Blake
Business   BUAD 5013 Principles of Leadership Back
Business   BUAD 7033 Operations Management Bailey
Business   BUAD 8003 Management Information Systems Chase
Chemistry   CHEM 1013 Introductory Chemistry Flint
History   HIST 2153 Survey of American History II Krezenski
Health   HLTH 1113 Biology of Human Sexuality Waldeis
Math   MATH 1063 Technical Calculus I Packard
Math   MATH 1113 Statistical Concepts Haskins
Math   MATH 1123 Statistics I Haskins
Health Information   MEDR 1123 Essentials of Pharmacology Staff
Marketing   MTKG 2073 Principles of Marketing Gorman

Term E, 4 weeks, July 23 - Aug. 17, 2018

Category CRN Course # Name Faculty
Biology   BIOL 4403 Pathophysiology Putnam
Business   BUAD 5003 Management Communications Back
Business   BUAD 6403 Project Man. for Bus Prof. Mullen
Math   MATH 1014 Algebra Concepts Whitehouse
Math   MATH 1033 College Algebra D'Arcy
Math   MATH 2043 College Trigonometry D'Arcy
Marketing   MKTG 6003 Strategic Marketing Gorman

The following courses are offered on campus:

Category CRN Course # Name Faculty Dates
Biology   BIOL 4254 General Microbiology (lecture linked to lab) Putnam May 29 - June 18
Biology   BIOL 4254 General Microbiology Lab (lab linked to lecture) Shaloo May 29 - June 18

Summer Session Tuition and Fees

Please refer to our tuition and cost page for rates.

Housing Rates: Students needing housing should call 607-587-4371 for more information.

Registration begins April 9

Courses fill up fast, so please register early.

Center for Community Education and Training reserves the right to cancel any courses with low enrollment. Should this happen, students will receive a refund.

Contact Us

Center for Community Education and Training
Pioneer Center
Alfred State
Alfred, NY 14802
Phone: 607-587-4015
Fax: 607-587-3295
Email: ccet@alfredstate.edu