Get a jump start on our college education by enrolling in online classes at Dordt. These online courses, led by Dordt faculty, are held online (based on availability) for incoming freshman and transfer students. High school juniors and seniors are also eligible to attend the online courses marked with the * symbol.
Master of Education
Dordt’s Master of Education program is Christian, high-quality, online, flexible, affordable, collaborative, and practical with specializations in Curriculum and Instruction and Administration.
Undergraduate & Dual Credit Courses
SESSION I: MAY 17, 2018 - JUNE 29, 2018
BUAD 301: Business Law I (3 credits)
*CORE 120: English Composition (3 credits)
*CORE 130: Health, Sport, and the Body (1.5 credits)
*CORE 150: Biblical Foundations (3 credits)
*CORE 160: Introduction to the Arts (3 credits)
*CORE 180: Responding to Literature (3 credits)
CORE 258: Leading and Serving Others (3 credits)
SOC 201: Sociology and Social Justice (3 credits)
SESSION II: JULY 5, 2018 - AUGUST 17, 2018
*BUAD 201: Principles of Accounting (3 credits)
*BUAD 206: Principles of Marketing (3 credits)
EDUC 300/CORE 310: History and Philosophy of Education (3 credits)
PSYC 204: Lifespan Development (3 credits)
SOC 216: Diversity and Inequality (3 credits)
FULL SUMMER COURSE: MAY 17, 2018 - AUGUST 17, 2018
*STAT 131: Elementary Statistics (4 credits)
COURSE REQUIREMENTS AND POLICIES
Courses require a significant amount of work and dedication from students. Three credit Session I and II courses require approximately 22.5 hours of work each week and 1.5 credit courses will require about half that much time. STAT 131 is a full summer course that requires about 15 hours of work each week.
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:
- Classes May 17-June 29
- Drop/Add is May 21
- Classes July 5-August 17
- Drop/Add is July 9
Full Summer Course:
- Classes May 17-August 17
- Drop/Add is May 21
In the case of a withdrawal, the class will be listed as a "W" on the student's Dordt College transcript.