Summer Session I, II, III Course Offerings

Stay on Track this Summer

Take courses to help maintain your path to graduation

Offering two five-week sessions and one ten-week session, both online and on-campus, Norwich University’s summer school courses can help you maintain, jump start or catch up on your academic progress. Courses available range from electives to core courses requirements.

With over 120 courses to choose from this summer, you have flexibility in taking courses that can meet your degree needs while also enjoying your summer. Summer session courses are offered $375 per credit hour ($1125 total per 3-credit course) run on the following schedule:

Course Highlight

Offered online for the first time, and during Session III is INTD 200 – The Partridge Seminar. In this course, students study the unique history, mission, and guiding principles of Norwich University arising from the educational vision of its founder, Alden Partridge. Throughout the course, students explore concepts such as leadership, community service, and citizenship that are essential to success in college and in post-college careers. Students also develop further skills in information literacy, the crafting of a research paper, and scholarly ethics. This course is taught by Dr. Rowland Brucken, Associate Dean and Associate Professor of History in the College of Liberal Arts. It is open to all students and can be taken as a free elective.

Learn more about course offerings and registration, as well as tuition and fees using the links below. Whether you enroll in an intensive five-week session or one of the ten-week sessions, be sure to view our tips on how to be a successful online learner.

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Summer Session Resources