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Continuing Studies

Summer Studies

The Office of Continuing Studies at Carthage offers summer sessions to meet the needs of traditional and nontraditional students.

2017 Summer Sessions


Summer I: May 29-July 13, 2017
Summer II: July 17-Aug. 31, 2017
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Convenient Course Format:

Summer courses are offered in Carthage’s 7-week accelerated format, providing flexibility for busy adults, professionals, parents, and traditional students. Classes are held on campus in the evenings, meeting for three hours one night a week for seven weeks. Courses are delivered in an innovative “hybrid” design, combining face-to-face class sessions with online learning opportunities.

Who can take summer courses?

How to Register

Students who are already enrolled at Carthage as traditional undergraduate students may enroll in summer courses at the same time as their Fall registration time. Questions? Contact Karly Kattenbraker, Associate Director for the Office of Continuing Studies, at 262-551-6233 or kkattenbraker@carthage.edu

Non-Carthage students, including high school students and community members, who are interested in taking summer classes can contact Tom Augustine, Coordinator of Adult Undergraduate Admissions, at 262-551-5757 or tom@carthage.edu

2017 Summer Courses


Summer I (May 29-July 13, 2017) 

  • ACC 2010: Financial Accounting
  • ACC 3090: Business Taxation
  • CDM 1200: Public Speaking (FAR)
  • CRJ 2260W: Criminology (WI)
  • ECN 1010: Principles of Microeconomics (SOC)
  • ENG/REL 200K S: TP: Apocalyptic Imagination (HUM or REL)(CS)
  • EXS 0010: Concepts of Physical Fitness
  • EXS 0130: Golf (PE)
  • EXS 2450: Physical Education and Health Methods
  • HIS 2450W B: A Social History of 20th Century Japan through Film (HUM)(GH)(WI)
  • MGT 3600: Legal Environment of Business
  • MKT 3130: Marketing Principles
  • MKT 4230: Consumer Research
  • POL 2910: Constitutional Law II: Civil Rights and Civil Liberties
  • REL 1000: Understandings of Religion (REL)
  • REL 2300: Issues in Living and Dying (REL)
  • SOC 1010: Social Problems (SOC)
  • SPN 1010: Elementary Spanish I (MLA)

Summer II (July 17-Aug. 31, 2017)

  • ACC 2020: Managerial Accounting
  • ACC 2050: Cost Accounting
  • BIO/CDM 2650 S: Photographing Nature: Investigating Biodiversity and Conservation (NLAB or FAR)(CS)
  • COR 1110: The Intellectual History of Western Heritage II
  • ECN 1020: Principles of Macroeconomics (ECN 1020)
  • EXS 0010: Concepts of Physical Fitness
  • EXS 0130: Golf (PE)
  • FIN 3210: Financial Management
  • HIS 1000: Issues in American History (HUM)
  • HIS 2450W B: A Social History of 20th Century Japan through Film (HUM)(GH)(WI)
  • MGT 3610: Accounting Law
  • MKT 4220: Business to Business Marketing
  • MTH 1030: Applied Mathematics (MTH)
  • PHY 1000: Physics for Future Presidents (NLAB)
  • SOC 2530: Racial and Cultural Minorities
  • SPN 1020: Elementary Spanish II (MLA)

Summer I and Summer II (14-week courses)

  • EDU 2150: Creative Arts: Music and Art in Elementary/Middle School
  • PHY 1030: Astronomy (LAB SCI)