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*PLEASE NOTE: All summer courses for Accepted Students have been filled and are no longer available.

Get a Head Start this Summer!

Curry College is excited to offer our newest Colonels the chance to get a head start on their fall semester! New First-Year students are invited to register for an Online Summer Course beginning May 18. Register by May 8 for one of the five Summer Online courses listed below, each for a total of 3 credits, running online from May 18 to July 5. Whether you are undecided on a major or you know exactly what you plan to study, the credits you earn will be applied to your undergraduate degree.

There are no additional fees for the course but we do require a non-refundable $250 course deposit which will be credited to your fall tuition charges. To register, you must complete the following by May 8:

  1. Secure your Enrollment for the Fall Term by paying your enrollment deposit - $500 for Resident Students or $200 for Commuter Students
  2. Select and register for the Online Summer Course you would like to take – There are a limited number of seats in each course and they will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis.
  3. Pay a $250 non-refundable course deposit. This deposit will be credited towards your fall semester tuition charges. (Additional text book costs may apply)
    Visit Curryce.afford.com: Select 'Make One Time Payment'-->'Continuing and Graduate Studies'-->'Tuition and Fees' - Add '$250'-->Submit

Once you have registered for the course, you will receive a confirmation with additional details by email within 48 hours.    This is a great way to get a head start on your undergraduate degree, meet future classmates, and get a taste of the Curry College experience! 

For more information, please contact the Admission Office at (617) 333-2210 or adm@curry.edu.

Summer 2020 Courses/Registration:

*PLEASE NOTE: This course has been filled and is no longer available.

Business Presentations focuses on both the communication and the technological aspects of presentations. Using techniques such as audience analysis, message identification and outlining, students develop and present both individual and group projects. A personal delivery style, good articulation and effective use of visual aids are stressed. Microsoft PowerPoint is used to further enhance skills.

This course fills a requirement for the following majors:

  • Accounting
  • Business Administration
  • Sport and Recreation Management

Non-majors can apply this course to the following:

  • Applied Computing Minor
  • General elective credits

*PLEASE NOTE: This course has been filled and is no longer available.

This course introduces students to the disciplines of Public Health, Health Education, and Health Promotion. Emphasis is placed on the history of public health, health status, health care philosophy, health and wellness, chronic and infectious diseases, health-related behavior, and health theories and program models. Students will learn skills that are essential to success in the Health & Wellness program including learning to use library databases and writing a review of health-related literature.

This course fills a requirement for the following majors:

  • Community Health & Wellness
  • Public Health & Wellness

Non-majors can apply this course to the following:

  • General elective credits

*PLEASE NOTE: This course has been filled and is no longer available.

This course provides an introduction to world politics. Students will appreciate the complexity of state-building and the diversity of political institutions around the world (including presidentialism, parliamentarianism, elections, and political parties). Students will comprehend the crucial institutional differences between democratic and authoritarian governments and understand the precarious nature of political transitions. Finally, students will critically assess issues in political economy and sustainable development with a better understanding of the sharp contrasts between the developed and the developing world. In the end, they will appreciate the variation and complexity of global political processes in a vast array of countries.

This course fills a requirement for the following major:

  • Politics & History

Non-majors can apply this course to the following:

  • General Education Social Science Breadth requirement
  • Politics & History Minor
  • General elective credits

*PLEASE NOTE: This course has been filled and is no longer available.

Introduction to Psychology  is an introductory course concerned with the methods and principles of psychology. Major emphasis is placed upon the theoretical aspects of psychology. Topics include research methods, perceptions, basic learning processes, memory and cognition, the biological basis of behavior, motivation, personality and individual differences, abnormal behavior and its treatment, and social influence processes.

This course fills a requirement for the following majors:

  • Psychology
  • Forensic Science

Non-majors can apply this course to the following:

  • General Education Social Science Breadth requirement

*PLEASE NOTE: This course has been filled and is no longer available.

This course serves as an introduction to the kinds of reading and writing students will be exposed to in college. Emphasis on the developing confidence as writers, especially students' identities as writers through practice and reflection. This course will present strategies for critical reading, purposeful revision, and reflection.

This course fills a requirement for ALL MAJORS. Credits can also be used to fulfill General Education First Year Core requirement.