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Allentown, PA 18104
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610-740-3770

Classes for Summer 2020

Take charge of your future this summer!

All courses offered online.

Cedar Crest College offers a full slate of classes for current, visiting and prospective students who want to continue their education over the summer. Taking a summer course is a great way to stay on track, get ahead, or learn more about the college or a program.

Choose from a large selection of courses in disciplines such as art, business, chemistry and psychology. Our small class sizes allow for an individualized experience with our faculty experts.

How to Register for Classes as a Visiting Student

A Selection of the Many Courses We Offer

Summer II – Dates 6/29/2020 – 8/7/2020

Human Resources Management Courses

BUA-320-56-2 Attracting, Selecting and Retaining Talent
This course provides a follow-up and more detailed discussions and case studies to human resources management in public and private organizations as it pertains to the process of obtaining employees, training them, and ultimately retaining them.  Staffing Organizationsis based on a comprehensive staffing model. Components of the model include staffing models and strategy, staffing support systems (legal compliance, planning, job analysis and rewards), core staffing systems (recruitment, selection, employment), and staffing system and retention management.  Up-to-date research and business practices are the hallmarks of this market leading program.

Healthcare Management Courses

BUA-340-56-2 Health Care Finance
This course introduces the student to current performance measurement, budgeting and reimbursement processes in health care organizations. Topics include financial statements, the prospective payment system, managed care, utilization management and other sources of health care revenue and cost management. The course discusses cost/benefit analysis, capital financing, risk management and performance indicators pertinent to the health care industry.

BUA-341-56-2 Health Care Practice Management
This course introduces management competencies and capabilities for individuals in small, medium, or large practices and service lines. A summary of the following concepts will be introduced, explored, and developed: professionalism, management, communication, organization, analytical skills, and technical knowledge. Practice management/service line leadership principles and concepts from the professional literature and information related to specific competencies will serve as resources for operations issues in practice management, human resources, governance, financial management, and information management.

Liberal Arts Courses

ART-101-91-2  Basic Drawing
3 credits ART LAC course
Introduction to the problems and methods of basic drawing, with attention to line, tone, space and composition. Students work from the human figure, still life and landscape using various media. Emphasis is placed on learning to see and on understanding the process of transforming what is seen into art. Students also spend time looking at and talking about the drawings of various artists, both historical and contemporary, to supplement and enrich studio time spent drawing.

ART-106-56-2 Art Art History II
3 credits  ART LAC course
An introduction to art history, surveying important works with attention to their historical and cultural contexts, this course covers the early Renaissance through the 19th century.

ENG-223-56-2 Humanities Superheroes: an American Fantasy
3 credits  HUM (Humanities) LAC course
Superheroes are a cultural fantasy.  Since Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster's creation of Superman in the 1939, Americans have had an enduring fascination with caped crusaders. In the last 15 years or so, superheroes have soared (ha!) in popularity, reaching a wider and more diverse audience through a variety of media, but especially films (The Avengers films, the original and new X-Men and Spiderman films, the abysmally bad Fantastic Four films) and television series (Jessica Jones, Daredevil, Gotham, Flash, Arrow). But what does this persistent obsession mean? Why have we loved, and why do we continue to love fantasies about super-powered individuals?

This course will follow a broad approach to studying the complex meaning of American superheroes and their stories. We will look at the history of the comic book and explore the meaning and politics of superheroes through a variety of discourses. We will examine superheroes in a range of media—film, television, serial comic books, graphic novels, and the superhero novel.

FSC-101-56-2 Forensic Science in Criminal Investigations
3 credits SCI (Scientific Reasoning) LAC course
Through online modules students will develop a fundamental appreciation of Biology, Chemistry and Physics and how each of these disciplines impact Forensic Science and Criminal Investigation.  Students will learn how to use the scientific method and apply analytical data typical of the natural sciences to form proper conclusions in the analysis of physical evidence. Case studies will be discussed.  Students can take the online lecture component only (3 credits) or the online lecture and on site lab component (4 credits).  

PSY-210-56-2 Lifespan Development
3 credits  SS (Social Science) LAC course
This course will examine human growth and development through the prenatal, child, adolescent, and adult stages of life. We will address physical, emotional, psychosocial, and cognitive influences on development from conception to death.

 

How to Register for Classes as a Visiting Student

You do not have to be enrolled in a degree program to take advantage of the summer classes at Cedar Crest College. Steps to register:

Select a Course

Above is a sampling of the classes or

search the full summer course listings here

  • Select the term for 2019 – 2020 Acad Yr Summer
    If you know you only want a class for Summer II(June 29 to August 7), then select 2019 – 2020 Acad Yr Summer II
  • Select the department/major of your course option
  • Scroll to the bottom and click Search to view all course offerings

Register for your desired class using the Visiting Application

Visiting Application

  • Click start here
  • Page 1 is demographic information, then click Continue in the lower right corner
  • Page 2 is your high school information
  • Page 3 is where you select the year and term of summer and your courses by clicking on the drop down arrow. 
  • Page 4 is a verification page

After you submit your application, you will be contacted by an Academic Advisor who will register you for classes.

If you have questions about the application, contact The School of Adult and Graduate Education at 610-740-3770 or sage@cedarcrest.edu.

If you have questions about classes or class changes after you apply, contact Academic Services at 610-606-4628 or advising@cedarcrest.edu.

Fall and winter registration are now open!