Summer Courses

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These online courses, led by Dordt faculty, are offered during the summer to help students achieve their academic goals. The courses are available to current Dordt students, transfer students, incoming freshmen, and students from other institutions. High school juniors and seniors may also take courses for Dual Credit, except in the case where a prerequisite is not met.

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Current Dordt students and admitted Future Defenders, you don't need to fill out a new application to apply for the summer program. Please contact Joe Bakker if you'd like to enroll in one of these courses.

If you have any questions, please contact Sarah De Haan, Online Enrollment Counselor, (712-722-6224). 

Summer COURSE REQUIREMENTS AND POLICIES

Courses require a significant amount of work and dedication from students. Eight-week, three-credit courses require approximately 17 hours of work each week and 1.5 credit courses will require about half that much time. STAT 131 and CORE 110 are twelve-week courses.

Students can drop the course and receive a full refund and without an academic record if they drop the course by the dates listed below:

8 Week Courses:

  • Classes June 2 – July 27
  • Drop/Add is June 7

12 Week Courses:

  • Classes May 19 – August 10
  • Drop/Add is June 7

In the case of a withdrawal, the class will be listed as a "W" on the student's Dordt transcript.

Summer Courses

8 Week Courses:

  • BUAD 201: Principles of Accounting
  • BUAD 202: Principles of Accounting
  • BUAD 206: Principles of Marketing
  • CORE 120: English Composition
  • CORE 130: Health, Sport, and the Body
  • CORE 150: Biblical Foundations
  • CORE 160: Introduction to the Arts
  • CORE 180: Responding to Literature
  • CORE 200: Introduction to Christian Philosophy
  • CORE 251/PSYC 204: Lifespan Development
  • CORE 258: Leading and Serving Others
  • CORE 260/BUAD 226: Personal Financial Management and Stewardship
  • CORE 276/SOC 216: Diversity and Inequality
  • CORE 325/HIST 335: History of Calvinism
  • CORE 399: Calling, Task, and Culture
  • HHP 211/BIO 210: Nutrition
  • MATH 153: Calculus II
  • PHY 231: Introductory Physics I

12 Week Courses:

  • CORE 110: Communication Foundations
  • STAT 131: Introductory Statistics

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If you have any questions, please contact Sarah De Haan, Online Enrollment Counselor, (712-722-6224).