Maximize your Academic Year at Cal U

Reach your academic goals faster by enrolling in Cal U's Summer and Winter College. Designed for both Cal U students and those visiting from other institutions, our summer and winter course offerings include a wide range of undergraduate and graduate classes for credit.

Summer and winter courses are offered at convenient times, and all classes are taught online.

 

Summer College

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Choose from more than 200 credit courses offered in Cal U's Summer College. Courses take place online, and include day and evening offerings, special sessions, five­-week sessions and 10­-week sessions.

Are additions or changes made to the summer schedule?  The University reserves the right to postpone, limit enrollment, cancel, split, or combine classes and change Instructors and class locations when necessary. Information on courses that have been added to or deleted from the schedule after publication can be obtained from the Office of Academic Affairs (724-938-4407), or check the website www.calu.edu through the VIP Portal.

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Winter College

A statue of Cal U's mascot, the Vulcan, stands snow-covered as students walk past to get to class.

Learn during the winter break

Make the most of your winter break by earning credit in Cal U's five-week Winter College. Choose from dozens of exclusively online classes at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. 

Winter registration begins Oct. 5, 2020 and classes start on Dec. 14, 2020.

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Winter Courses
graduate/undergrad college department (major) Code/Code #/Title section crs CRN
Undergraduate College of Education and Liberal Arts Department of Humanities ARB 342 The Cluture of Islam GW1 3 40014
Undergraduate College of Education and Liberal Arts Department of Humanities ARB 421 Arabic Lit in Translation GW1 3 40015
Undergraduate College of Education and Liberal Arts Department of Humanities ART 106 Art Appreciation GW1 3 40028
Undergraduate College of Education and Liberal Arts Department of Letters CDC 101 Public Speaking W00 3 40001
Undergraduate College of Education and Liberal Arts Department of Education EDU 310 Teaching in Multicultural Society GW1  40059
Undergraduate College of Education and Liberal Arts Department of Education EDU 333 Tech in Tchng & Learning GW1 3 40018
Undergraduate College of Education and Liberal Arts Department of Letters ENG 101 English Comp I GW1 3 40019
Undergraduate College of Education and Liberal Arts Department of Letters ENG 102 English Comp II GW1 3 40044
Undergraduate College of Education and Liberal Arts Department of Education ESP 100 Disability in Media GW1 3 40042
Undergraduate College of Education and Liberal Arts Department of Social Sciences JUS 305 International Criminal Justice GW1 3 40038
Undergraduate College of Education and Liberal Arts Department of Social Sciences JUS 331 Juvenile Justice GW1 3 40039
Undergraduate College of Education and Liberal Arts Department of Social Sciences JUS 361 Court Systems GW1 3 40040
Undergraduate College of Education and Liberal Arts Department of Social Sciences JUS 410 International Security Issues GW1 3 40041
Undergraduate College of Education and Liberal Arts Department of Culture, Media, and Performance MUS 100 Intro to Music GW1 3 40058
Undergraduate College of Education and Liberal Arts Department of Social Sciences PSY 211 Social Psychology GW1 3 40047
Undergraduate College of Education and Liberal Arts Department of Humanities SOC 324 Child Abuse/Neg: Societal Pers GW1 3 40026
Undergraduate College of Education and Liberal Arts Department of Humanities SOC 415 Social Research Methods GW1 3 40046
Undergraduate College of Education and Liberal Arts Department of Health & Human Services Professions WST 330 Gender Race and Media GW1 3 40025
Undergraduate Eberly College of Science & Technology Department of Math & Phy Sciences CSC 101 Personal Productivity Software W01 3 40017
Undergraduate Eberly College of Science & Technology Department of Math & Phy Sciences EAS 150 Intro to Geology GW1 4 40037
Undergraduate Eberly College of Science & Technology Department of Biology Geology & Environmental Sci ENS 425 Principles of Aquaculture GW1 3 40020
Undergraduate Eberly College of Science & Technology Department of Business, Economics & Enterprise Sci FIN 304 Personal Finance GW1 3 40021
Undergraduate Eberly College of Science & Technology Department of Nursing & Health Sci HSC 115 Current Health Issues GW1 3 40048
Undergraduate Eberly College of Science & Technology Department of Math & Phy Sciences MAT 100 Fund of Mathematics GW1 3 40022
Undergraduate Eberly College of Science & Technology Department of Math & Phy Sciences MAT 181 College Algebra GW1 3 40043
Undergraduate Eberly College of Science & Technology Department of Math & Phy Sciences MAT 205 Statistics for Health/Soc Sci GW1 3 40023
Undergraduate Eberly College of Science & Technology Department of Business, Economics & Enterprise Sci MIS 201 Management Info Systems GW1 3 40024
Graduate Graduate Studies Department of Humanities ARB 810 Special Topics in Arabic GW1 3 40027
Graduate Graduate Studies Department of Health & Human Services Professions CED 772 Grief and Loss Counseling G01 3 40028
Graduate Graduate Studies Department of Health & Human Services Professions CED 788 Sp Top-Cnslng Across Lifespan G01 3 40029
Graduate Graduate Studies Department of Social Sciences CRJ 820 21st Century Policing GW1 3 40030
Graduate Graduate Studies Department of Social Sciences CRJ 895 Legal Res Meth for Crim Justice Pract GW1 3 40031
Graduate Graduate Studies Department of Social Sciences CRM 720 Research Meth in Criminology GW1 3 40032
Graduate Graduate Studies Department of Social Sciences CRM 840 Equivocal Death Analysis GW1 3 40033
Graduate Graduate Studies Department of Business, Economics & Enterprise Sci MBA 790 Special Topics GW1 3 40034
 Graduate Graduate Studies Department of Education MSE 740 Advanced Instructional Technology (M.ED) GW1 3 40060
 Graduate Graduate Studies Department of Education MSE 771  Strategies Inclusive 7 – 12 Ed GW1 3 40061
Graduate Graduate Studies Department of Exercise Sci & Spt Studies PRF 700 Orientation Ex Sci & Hlth Prom G00 3 40002
Graduate Graduate Studies Department of Exercise Sci & Spt Studies PRF 701 SAQ and End Training G00 3 40003
Graduate Graduate Studies Department of Exercise Sci & Spt Studies PRF 705 Ind Cln Corp Well G00 3 40004
Graduate Graduate Studies Department of Exercise Sci & Spt Studies PRF 713 Spec Top Spt Psych G01 3 40045
Graduate Graduate Studies Department of Exercise Sci & Spt Studies PRF 780 Curr Top Perf Enhnmt G00 3 40006
Graduate Graduate Studies Department of Exercise Sci & Spt Studies PRF 781 CurrentTopics Fitness/Wellness G00 3 40005
Graduate Graduate Studies Department of Exercise Sci & Spt Studies PRF 782 Current Topics in Rehab G00 3 40007
Graduate Graduate Studies Department of Exercise Sci & Spt Studies PRF 784 Current Top Hlth & Well Coach G00 3 40008
Graduate Graduate Studies Department of Exercise Sci & Spt Studies PRF 786 Crrnt Tpc in Hmn Mvmt & Rcvry G00 3 40009
Graduate Graduate Studies Department of Exercise Sci & Spt Studies PRF 788 Nutrition Through the Lifecycl G00 3 40010
Graduate Graduate Studies Department of Exercise Sci & Spt Studies PRF 789 Curr Topc Tactical Strength Conditioning G00 3 40011
Graduate Graduate Studies Department of Social Sciences PSY 798 Seminar Prof School Psych GW1 3 40049
Graduate Graduate Studies Department of Exercise Sci & Spt Studies SPT 700 Research Methods in Sport G00 3 40012
Graduate Graduate Studies Department of Exercise Sci & Spt Studies SPT 710 Soc Cult Asp Sports G00 3 40013

Tuition and Fees

Tuition for summer and winter courses are calculated on a per credit basis and vary depending on your place of residence and student level (undergraduate or graduate). Tuition is set by the Board of Governors of Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education. 

Learn more about tuition and fees.

Financial Aid

Financial aid, including grants, work-study, and federal and private loans may be utilized for both the summer and winter terms, depending on your credit load and academic progress.

Learn more about summer/winter financial aid.