Summer Courses

Summer school never felt so right.

We’re making it easy for you to get ahead this summer by offering
some of our most popular courses at a discounted rate.

100% online  

Complete your coursework anywhere, without ever having to come to campus. 

Discounted rate 

The cost per credit hour is $350. Financial aid may be available.  

Financial Aid Eligibilty

If you plan to take six or more credits, you may be eligible for federal financial aid. To check if you qualify, please contact the DWU financial aid office.

Kristy Ehlebracht

Associate Director of Financial Aid

Interested in Registering?

Visit with the DWU registrar office about the classes you are interested in. They will assist you with the registration process.

Molly Manchester, MME


Summer Courses

Courses Available:
June 24 – August 9

ART 140 Art and Democracy

3 Hours
This course explores the role (or, more appropriately, the roles) that art plays in democratic societies.

BIO 344 Immunology


BUS 141 Financial Literacy

3 Hours
This course introduces students to basic financial literacy and practices. Students explore topics such as financial goal setting, money management, insurance principles and consumer awareness through projects and exercises that challenge them to apply key financial concepts to real-life situations. Students will use mathematical operations, Microsoft Excel, and other skills to solve problems involving interest, investment and sound financial planning. Students will use key economic concepts to interpret economic news and events.

BUS 322 Human Resource Development

3 Hours
This course applies basic principles of psychology, sociology and human relations to personnel management functions, including job design, labor requirements, recruiting, selection, training and development, performance appraisal, compensation, safety and health, and labor relations. Prerequisite: BUS 220.

CHM 174 Organic and Biochemistry


CRJ 250 American Legal System

3 Hours
This course examines all aspects of the judicial process, including the law, courts and policies of the American legal system. Both the criminal and civil processes will be investigated with attention focused on the major participants in the entire process. This course will also examine various current and major issues within the legal system.

PSY 237 Developmental Psychology

3 Hours
This course is a sequential study of the individual from conception to death. Students will study research regarding human physical, cognitive and social-emotional development, along with implications for parents, teachers and counselors.

REL 141 Religion, Philosophy and Ethics

3 Hours
Cross-listed as PHL141 this course is a breadth of knowledge course as designated by Dakota Wesleyan’s general education program. Breadth of knowledge courses expose students to knowledge and concepts that Dakota Wesleyan University believes all its graduates should possess.

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