Undergraduate Course Offerings
Ursuline is offering a range of undergraduate classes at a discounted rate of $660 per credit hour. Accelerate toward degree completion, catch up, or simply focus closely on one topic of interest.
View the list of 2019 summer undergraduate classes.
If you are a current Ursuline student, please register through My Ursuline. If you are currently enrolled in another college, please submit a transient student form (obtained at your college) to Ursuline Registrar Leah Sullivan.
High School Students
Ursuline is offering the following summer courses for high school students. Please note: Students can enroll in one of two ways. Either the student can meet admission requirements and take the course for credit at the reduced summer school credit rate of $660 per credit hour, or the student can audit the course for Personal Experience at a rate of $60 per credit hour.
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS REGISTER HERE
Online Summer Courses
- HI 250 Intro to Southeast Asia
Historical overview of Southeast Asia and its diverse cultures from prehistoric times to the present. Initial focus points include location, geography and climate; founding civilizations; early Chinese and Indian influences; and early religious influences.
- PH 325 Philosophy of the Human Person
A study of the nature of the human person as a being with potential to know, choose, and relate to others.
- MU 236 History of Jazz
A survey of the development of jazz with emphasis on the elements that comprise the art form, its evolutionary character, and the multiple styles that have resulted.
Traditional Summer Courses
- FH 288 Fashion Visual Display
1 week, 1 credit | 9:00-11:30am
An introduction to the field of visual display, from class techniques to avant-garde developments. Students will use mannequins and the Ursuline's historic fashion collection to create visual interest to retail window displays.
- FH 288 Fashion Illustration
1 week, 1 credit | 12:00am-2:30pm
Students will learn how toexecute drawings of the clothed figure in a variety of angles and poses that show each garment to its advantage. By learning different media, students will develop their creativity and enhance their illustration skills.
Graduate Course Offerings
Ursuline's Education Unit is offering online, continuing education courses for teachers.
There are also three graduate level Historic Preservation workshops available in May: