Fairfield Summer Courses Begin July 1

Fairfield Summer Courses Begin July 1

There’s still time to register for more than 40 online and on-campus summer classes at Fairfield University.

Summer is the perfect time to complete a prerequisite for fall, focus intently on a challenging course, try out an elective, or complete a course for an additional major or minor.

— Walter Rankin PhD, vice provost for continuing and professional studies

Summer is finally in full swing, and so is Fairfield University’s 2019 summer session. Current Stags and visiting undergraduates can catch up on credits, lighten their course loads, or get ahead of their studies by enrolling in one of the 40-plus online and on-campus courses being offered at the University this July.

Online classes begin Monday, July 1, and are available in a variety of disciplines including art history, biology, communication, economics, marketing, finance, music, and more. On-campus courses begin Monday, July 8, and are available in both two-week and five-week formats. Core subjects like chemistry, computer science, economics, English, math, philosophy, physics, and Spanish are among the offerings. For a complete list of available courses and class descriptions, visit fairfield.edu/summercourses.

“Summer is the perfect time to complete a prerequisite for fall, focus intently on a challenging course, try out an elective, or complete a course for an additional major or minor,” said Walter Rankin, PhD, vice provost for graduate, continuing, and professional studies. “With online courses and flexible campus sessions, students can still pursue summer employment and enjoy vacation time with their families.”

Registration for the University’s July summer courses is available at my.fairfield.edu. Course dates, times, and faculty are subject to change, so students are encouraged to check with the Registrar's Office for the most up-to-date information.

For additional details regarding registration, pre-work, or course syllabi, contact Program Coordinator Sandy Richardson at 203-254-4000 ext. 2911 or arichardson@fairfield.edu.

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