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Summer Undergraduate Courses (100% Online)

At UNE Online, you can take fully online undergraduate courses this summer in a variety of subject areas, including Health Sciences, Physical Sciences, Humanities, and more. Summer online courses are offered in an intensive 6-week form (or 12-week for courses with labs), with specific due dates and deadlines. With every course, you will benefit from a high-level of instructor support and student/peer engagement.

Courses dates:

Summer Session A: May 20, 2024 – June 28, 2024. Registration ends May 15 at 12pm EST. 

Summer Session B: July 3, 2024 – August 9, 2024. Registration ends June 26 at 12pm EST.

Summer Session AB: May 20, 2024 – August 9, 2024. Registration ends May 15 at 12pm EST.

Applications are not required for the UNE Online undergraduate summer courses. You may enroll at any time through the self-service registration portal. Please note that tuition payment is due in full at the time of registration. Browse our 6-week and 12-week undergraduate summer course offerings below. 

Not finding the 6-week course you are looking for? Check out our 16-week self-paced courses starting every 2 weeks throughout the summer.

This is the first of a series of two courses in Anatomy and Physiology. It is fast-paced and designed to provide the foundation for students that intend to pursue a career in healthcare or seek admission into a professional school.…

Session A: May 20, 2024 | Session B: July 3, 2024
Credits: 4
Tuition: $1,760

This is the second of a series of two courses in Anatomy and Physiology. It is fast-paced and designed to continue to provide the foundation for students that intend to pursue a career in healthcare or seek admission into a…

Session A: May 20, 2024 | Session B: July 3, 2024
Credits: 4
Tuition: $1,760

ANTH 1011: Cultural Anthropology introduces you to the study of human cultural patterns and learned behavior. You will explore the discipline through weekly topics that include linguistics and religion, social and political organization, race and ethnicity, culture and personality, culture…

Session A: May 20, 2024 | Session B: July 3, 2024
Credits: 3
Tuition: $1,320

Biology I is a four credit course incorporating an at-home laboratory component. This course is designed for individuals with a baccalaureate degree who need Biology as a prerequisite to apply for admission to various health professions’ programs, such as, but…

Session A: May 20, 2024 | Session B: July 3, 2024
Credits: 4
Tuition: $1,760

Biology II is a four-credit course incorporating an at-home laboratory component. This course is designed for individuals with a baccalaureate degree who need Biology as a prerequisite to apply for admission to various health professions programs, such as, but not…

Session A: May 20, 2024 | Session B: July 3, 2024
Credits: 4
Tuition: $1,760

 This course explores the animal branch of the family tree of all living things, focusing especially on vertebrates. We will learn what makes animals different from other organisms like plants or fungi, and also how the various animal species differ…

Session A: May 20, 2024 | Session B: July 3, 2024
Credits: 3
Tuition: $1,320

This course is designed to meet the microbiology prerequisite for students who are applying for admission to health profession programs. Most students taking this course will have an undergraduate degree and will be in the process of a career change.…

Session AB: May 20, 2024
Credits: 4
Tuition: $1,760

This course will introduce and explore basic concepts and theories of cell biology with an emphasis on its application in understanding human health. Topics include an introduction to cell theory, the chemical composition of cells, cellular functions and cell signaling,…

Session A: May 20, 2024 | Session B: July 3, 2024
Credits: 3
Tuition: $1,320

This course will introduce and emphasize on the basic concepts of molecular biology and the application of these concepts in the medical field. The knowledge attained in the course will be used to understand human diseases. Topics include knowing about…

Session A: May 20, 2024 | Session B: July 3, 2024
Credits: 3
Tuition: $1,320

This immunology course provides students with an in-depth understanding of the human immune system. It first introduces students to the structure, functions and capabilities of immune cells, tissues, and organs. Globally, the course informs students of different modes of action…

Session A: May 20, 2024 | Session B: July 3, 2024
Credits: 3
Tuition: $1,320

This online course is designed for Pre-Physician Assistant, Pre-Medical and other students who are entering a medical profession. This course differs from most traditional biochemistry courses in several ways. The focus is human medical biochemistry. The course is limited to…

Session A: May 20, 2024 | Session B: July 3, 2024
Credits: 4
Tuition: $1,760

Online General Chemistry I is designed to give the student an introduction to general chemistry. The concepts covered in this course include components of matter, atomic theory, stoichiometry, chemical reactions and bonding, thermochemistry, gases, quantum theory, electron configuration, models of…

Session AB: May 20, 2024
Credits: 4
Tuition: $1,760

Online General Chemistry II is designed to give the student an introduction to general chemistry. The subjects covered in this course include mixtures, trends in the periodic table, organic chemistry, kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acid-base equilibria, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, elements in nature,…

Session AB: May 20, 2024
Credits: 4
Tuition: $1,760

This is the first semester course of a two semester sequence of organic chemistry. This course is designed to give the student, interested in the health professions, an introduction to structure, reactivity, and analysis of organic molecules. Students will be…

Session AB: May 20, 2024
Credits: 4
Tuition: $1,760

This course is designed to give the student, interested in the health professions, the depth of a second semester of organic chemistry exploring reactivity and synthesis. The goals of this course are to provide students with the logic and foundation…

Session AB: May 20, 2024
Credits: 4
Tuition: $1,760

This public speaking course will examine the core principles and contexts of communication, specifically in oral presentations. You will learn to recognize the interrelationships among speaker, listener, context, organization, language, and delivery. The course will include information on proper techniques…

Session A: May 20, 2024 | Session B: July 3, 2024
Credits: 3
Tuition: $1,320

This course provides a thorough introduction to microeconomic theory. This course begins with an analysis of opportunity costs and trade offs. These concepts are then used as the foundation for studying producer and consumer behavior.  Next, consumer and producer behavior…

Session A: May 20, 2024 | Session B: July 3, 2024
Credits: 3
Tuition: $1,320

This course introduces students to macroeconomics, the study of the economy as a whole. Students will learn about the key macroeconomic indicators of GDP, unemployment, and inflation, and then apply these concepts to analyze economic behavior. The topics covered in…

Session A: May 20, 2024 | Session B: July 3, 2024
Credits: 3
Tuition: $1,320

English Composition I is a three-credit college writing course to prepare students for the fundamental knowledge and skills of college-level expository writing and critical thinking. Areas of focus include idea presentation and organization, audience, point of view, voice and tone,…

Session A: May 20, 2024 | Session B: July 3, 2024
Credits: 3
Tuition: $1,320

This course serves as an introductory course for pre-health professions students and non-science majors, covering basic chemical principles of general chemistry, organic chemistry, and biochemistry.  This foundational course is a systematic survey of measurements, atomic structure, periodic table trends, chemical…

Session A: May 20, 2024 | Session B: July 3, 2024
Credits: 3
Tuition: $1,320

This course is designed for health science majors needing to review essential mathematical concepts and skills. Topics include basic arithmetic operations on real numbers, systems of measurements, use of formulas, conversions, dimensional analysis, percents, decimals, fractions, ratio and proportion, linear…

Session A: May 20, 2024 | Session B: July 3, 2024
Credits: 1
Tuition: $440

This course was designed to provide students with the quantitative skills necessary to model and analyze real-world problems. With just a handful of different algebraic tools and modeling techniques, students will be able to interpret, visualize, and describe a vast…

Session A: May 20, 2024 | Session B: July 3, 2024
Credits: 3
Tuition: $1,320

Precalculus was intentionally designed to prepare students for subsequent college level Calculus courses. This course will review a variety of the prerequisite mathematical concepts necessary for Calculus. Topics include rational functions, trigonometric functions, polar coordinates, sequences and series, probability, and…

Session A: May 20, 2024 | Session B: July 3, 2024
Credits: 3
Tuition: $1,320

This course focuses on single variable calculus through graphical, analytical, and numerical techniques. Differentiation and its applications are thoroughly discussed. Basic integration techniques are introduced. Mathematical manipulation and computational competence is equally weighted with the ability to analyze, evaluate, synthesize…

Session A: May 20, 2024 | Session B: July 3, 2024
Credits: 4
Tuition: $1,760

This course continues the study of calculus. More techniques of integration will be investigated in this course. The concepts of limits, differentiation, and integration will be applied to problems in differential equations, sequences, series, and Taylor series. Parametric equations, polar…

Session A: May 20, 2024 | Session B: July 3, 2024
Credits: 4
Tuition: $1,760

This course introduces the students to both descriptive and inferential statistics.  Emphasis is placed on the practical use of statistics in the collecting, organizing, analyzing and interpreting of data. Students will learn standard topics such as sampling, bias, organization of data, measures…

Session A: May 20, 2024 | Session B: July 3, 2024
Credits: 3
Tuition: $1,320

This online course is a 3-credit hour course delivered at a distance and designed to provide the student interested in health care, health care delivery, or graduate study in some aspect of medicine or health care a broad and comprehensive…

Session A: May 20, 2024 | Session B: July 3, 2024
Credits: 3
Tuition: $1,320

This is a fast-paced, science-oriented, introductory course that focuses on basic principles of human nutrition. Emphasis is placed on the nutrient requirements of healthy individuals, nutrient categories and their characteristics, physiological functions, metabolism, and food sources. The role of nutrition…

Session A: May 20, 2024 | Session B: July 3, 2024
Credits: 3
Tuition: $1,320

This course introduces the major theories of normative ethics, with emphasis upon consequentialism, non-consequentialism, and virtue ethics. Further emphasis is given to application of these theories to perennial ethical dilemmas such as abortion, the death penalty, euthanasia, and war. Students will…

Session A: May 20, 2024 | Session B: July 3, 2024
Credits: 3
Tuition: $1,320

This is a one-semester course, with a laboratory, designed for individuals with a baccalaureate degree who need first semester physics as a prerequisite to apply for admission to health professions’ programs. These may include graduate programs in medicine, veterinary medicine,…

Session A: May 20, 2024 | Session B: July 3, 2024
Credits: 4
Tuition: $1,760

This algebra-based online course is a four credit-hour course that includes a hands-on physics laboratory. The overall goal of this online course is to provide the student, interested in the health professions, with a continuing introduction to physics that emphasizes…

Session A: May 20, 2024 | Session B: July 3, 2024
Credits: 4
Tuition: $1,760

The course is an overview of the key concepts in psychology and research methods used to investigate these and the psychological processes underlying human behavior.  Students in Introduction to Psychology will become familiar with psychology’s five core domains: biological, cognitive,…

Session A: May 20, 2024 | Session B: July 3, 2024
Credits: 3
Tuition: $1,320

This course will explore basic concepts and theories of human development with a focus on the nine major periods of life from prenatal development to death and dying. The nature of interactions between an individual’s biology and their environment will…

Session A: May 20, 2024 | Session B: July 3, 2024
Credits: 3
Tuition: $1,320

BENEFITS OF SUMMER UNDERGRADUATE COURSES

  • Get ahead and graduate sooner
  • Catch up after declaring or changing majors or minor
  • Completion of prerequisite courses for medical, dental, physician assistant, nurse practitioner, or other health professional graduate programs
  • Ability to focus on a challenging science course or sequenced
  • Continued momentum of academic coursework
  • High quality summer online courses at an affordable tuition rate from a trusted and accredited university

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