Whatever you need to catch up, stay on track, or get ahead; make the most of your summer with more than 300 online summer courses available. Choose from core and major courses, plus enjoy other benefits including:

  • instruction from the same professors who teach on campus
  • credits toward your degree (no transferring necessary)
  • 10- and five-week course options
  • a flex schedule (take courses while you intern, travel, work, or relax)

To learn more, speak with your advisor or contact us at 1-800-872-0369 or by email.

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Registration

Register for your summer online courses at my.bsu.edu. We encourage you to register early for the courses you want.

Guest Students

If you are a student enrolled at another university, you will want to review the admissions process for guest students. You will need to go through this process before you can register for courses.

Summer Schedule

Get more detailed information about courses via the university-wide schedule of classes. Ten-week online courses start May 17.

  • ACC 201 Principles of Accounting 1
  • ACC 202 Principles of Accounting 2
  • AHS 100 Introduction to Art
  • ARCH 407 Fourth World Theory
  • ARCH 498 Special Project in Architecture
  • ASTR 100 Introductory Astronomy: A Study of the Solar System and Beyond
  • BL 260 Principles of Business Law
  • CHEM 100 People and Chemistry
  • CIS 226 Business Systems Application Development
  • CIS 228 Advanced Microcomputer Applications for Business
  • CS 410 Web Programming
  • CS 411 Mobile Application Development
  • CS 420 Multitier Web Architectures
  • CS 439 Current Topics Seminar in Computer Science
  • CT 210 Fundamentals of Network Design
  • CT 300 Sustainability in Information Technology
  • DANC 100 Introduction to Dance History
  • ECON 116 Survey of Economic Ideas
  • ECON 221 Business Statistics
  • ECYF 202 Child and Family Wellness
  • ECYF 250 Family Relations
  • ECYF 252 Creative Experiences for Young Children
  • ECYF 310 Promoting Prosocial Behavior in Young Children: Guidance and Cultural Factors
  • ECYF 315 Infant Toddler Curriculum and Environment
  • ECYF 320 Leadership and Management in Child Development Programs
  • ECYF 345 Culture and Language in Teaching and Learning
  • ECYF 350 Families Cross Culture
  • ECYF 380 Parenting
  • ECYF 442 Administration of Early Childhood Programs
  • ECYF 485 Family Policy
  • EDEL 200 Plan for Elem and EC Classroom
  • EDEL 244 Early and Elementary Education for Social Justice
  • EDEL 300 Management, Organization, and Instruction in the Elementary Education Classroom
  • EDEL 350 Teaching in the Elementary Education Classroom
  • EDFO 420 Social, Historical, and Philosophical Foundations of Education
  • EDPS 254 Psychology of Early Childhood
  • EDPS 270 Lifespan Development
  • EDPS 345 Tests and Measurement
  • EDPS 393 Learn & Assessment: Elementary
  • EDRD 204 Literature for Children
  • EDRD 300 RDG and LA Instruction
  • EDRD 318 Lit for Young Children
  • EDRD 350 Advanced Reading and Language Arts Instruction in the Elementary Classroom
  • EDRD 390 Early Emergent Literacy
  • EDSE 320 Reading for Diverse Learners in Secondary Content Classes
  • EMDD 101 The Digital World
  • EMDD 201 Web Design
  • EMDD 210 Introduction to Social Media
  • EMDD 213 Digital Video Design
  • EMDD 214 Digital Sound Design
  • ENG 103 Rhetoric and Writing
  • ENG 104 Composing Research
  • ENT 241 The Entrepreneurial Experience
  • EXSC 292 Anatomy
  • FASH 100 Introduction to The Fashion Industry
  • FASH 365 Fashion Forecasting
  • FIN 445 Financial Statement Analysis
  • GEOG 101 Earth Sea Sky: Geographic View
  • GEOG 121Geography of the Cultural Environment
  • GEOG 265 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
  • HIST 150 The West in the World
  • HIST 201 "American History, 1492-1876"
  • HIST 235 Historical Topics in Film
  • HIST 416 Pre-Civil War South, 1776-1861
  • HIST 498 Topics in Global History
  • HONR 296 Inquiries in the Physical Sciences
  • HOSP 105 Hospitality and Foodservice Industry
  • HOSP 210 Customer Service
  • HSC 160 Fundamentals of Human Health
  • HSC 180 Principles of Community Health
  • HSC 261 "Health, Sex, and Family Life"
  • HSC 367 Drug Dependency and Abuse
  • HSC 371 Death and Dying
  • ID 495 Tier 3 Experience for Bachelor of General Studies Students
  • INTB 265 Introduction to International Business
  • INTB 490 Seminar in International Business Decisions
  • ISOM 125 Micro Apps for Business
  • ISOM 210 Business Information Systems
  • ISOM 300 Project Management
  • JOUR 101 Media and Society
  • JOUR 103 Introduction to Media Design
  • JOUR 182 Analytics and Content Strat
  • JOUR 234 Information Design I
  • JOUR 250 Introduction to Advertising
  • JOUR 261 Principles of Public Relations
  • JOUR 302 Diversity and Media
  • JOUR 348 Social Media Management and Practice
  • JOUR 355 Branding for AD and PR
  • JOUR 382 Media Theory and Research
  • JOUR 405 Public Relations Case Studies
  • JOUR 465 Public Relations Campaigns
  • KINE 231 Foundations of Coaching
  • KINE 240 Athletic Safety and Injury Prevention
  • LA 100 Introduction to Landscape Architecture
  • LSCM 355 Quality Management and Lean Six Sigma
  • MATH 102 Academic Skills for Success in College Algebra
  • MATH 110 College Algebra
  • MATH 112 Precalculus Trigonometry
  • MATH 113 Precalculus Algebra
  • MATH 125 Quantitative Reasoning
  • MATH 132 Brief Calculus
  • MATH 181 Elementary Probability Stats
  • MGT 361 FDN of HR Employee Relations
  • MKG 300 Principles of Marketing
  • MKG 310 Consumer Behavior
  • MKG 325 Professional Selling
  • MKG 427 Sales Management
  • MMP 100 Survey of the Music Industry
  • MUST 100 Fundamentals of Music Theory
  • NEWS 105 Journ Storytelling: Intro
  • NEWS 132 Multimedia: Audio
  • NEWS 133 Multimedia: Video
  • NEWS 215 News Editing
  • NEWS 221 Journalistic Storytelling: Covering Issues
  • NEWS 233 Specialized Story Form Strategy
  • NEWS 449 Legal and Ethical Issues
  • NUR 314 Nursing Statistics
  • NUR 322 Research in Nursing
  • NUR 404 Community Health
  • NUR 405 Management and Leadership
  • NUTR 275 Personal Nutrition
  • NUTR 340 Principles of Human Nutrition
  • PFW 100 Physical Conditioning
  • PFW 103 Walking
  • PFW 148 Group Fitness
  • PFW 160 Physical Fitness and Wellness
  • PFW 161 Physical Fit Wellness Activity
  • PFW 162 Physical Fit Wellness Lecture
  • PHIL 202 Ethics
  • PHYC 101 Physical Science Concepts for Teachers
  • PHYC 110 General Physics 1
  • PHYC 112 General Physics 2
  • PLAN 369 Planning Internship
  • PMGT 104 Housing Decisions
  • PMGT 135 Introduction to Property Management
  • POLS 478 Practical Experience in Government, Politics, or Public Service
  • PSYS 100 Introduction to Psychological Science
  • PSYS 317 Personality
  • PSYS 362 Motivation and Emotion
  • SNLN 251 American Sign Language 1
  • SNLN 252 American Sign Language 2
  • SNLN 253 American Sign Language 3
  • SNLN 254 American Sign Language 4
  • SNLN 255 American Sign Language 5
  • SNLN 300 Structure of American Sign Language
  • SOC 100 Principles of Sociology
  • SOC 235 Sociology of Gender
  • SOC 341 Sociology of Health and Illness
  • SOC 427 Sociology of Religions
  • SOC 433 Sociology of Mental Health
  • SOCW 100 Introduction to Social Work
  • SOCW 240 Critical Thinking and Writing for Social Work Professionals
  • SOCW 250 Human Behavior and the Social Environment 1
  • SOCW 325 Human Behavior and the Social Environment 2
  • SOCW 340 Research in Social Work 1
  • SOCW 370 Selected Aspects of Social Work Practice
  • SOCW 440 Research in Social Work 2
  • SPCE 200 Exceptional Children and Adults
  • SPCE 215 Assessment of Young Children With Exceptional Needs
  • SPCE 280 Behavior Analysis: Principles, Procedures, and Philosophy
  • SPCE 290 Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • SPCE 292 Treatment and Intervention ASD
  • SPCE 302 Teaching Students with Disabilities in the General Education Classroom
  • SPCE 307 Ethical and Professional Practice in Behavior Analysis
  • SPCE 310 Application Consultation ABA
  • SPCE 311 Developmental Methods for Infants and Toddlers with Exceptional Needs
  • SPCE 312 Developmental Methods for Preschool Children with Exceptional Needs
  • SPCE 315 Advanced Behavior Analysis
  • SPCE 316 Single Subject Research Design and Applications
  • SPCE 320 Advanced Interventions for ASD
  • SPCE 438 Advanced Seminar in ABA
  • SPCE 483 Seminar in ASD
  • TCOM 384 Electronic Media Law
  • THEA 100 Intro to Theatre
  • THEA 317 Pre-Modern Theatre History
  • THEA 319 Modern Theatre History
  • THEA 326 Lighting Design and Technology 1
  • WGS 210 Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies

Get more detailed information about courses via the university-wide schedule of classes. First five-week online courses start May 17.

  • ACC 201 Principles of Accounting 1
  • ACC 301 Intermediate Accounting 1
  • ACC 306 Intermediate Mgmt Accounting
  • ACC 401 Introduction to Taxation
  • ACC 440 Advanced Financial Accounting
  • ADS 103 4D Foundations Studio
  • AFAM 100 Introduction to AFAM Studies
  • AFAM 200 African-American Studies Theory and Research Methods
  • AFAM 400 African-American Studies Capstone
  • AHS 100 Introduction to Art
  • ANTH 101 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
  • ANTH 103 Archaeology and Culture
  • ANTH 105 Introduction to Biological Anthropology
  • ANTH 241 "Gender, Sex & Sexuality"
  • BIO 100 Biology for a Modern Society
  • BIO 210 Introduction to Botany
  • BIO 214 Genetics
  • BIO 419 Biogeography
  • CC 205 Mythologies of the World
  • CCIM 210 Professional Development
  • CJC 101 Introduction to Criminal Justice
  • CJC 229 Decision-Making and Ethics in Criminal Justice
  • CJC 251 Criminal Law
  • CJC 309 Juvenile Justice and Delinquency
  • CJC 410 Current Topics in Crim Justice
  • COMM 210 Fundamentals of Public Comm
  • COMM 240 Introduction to Interpersonal Comm
  • COMM 322 Communication and Popular Culture
  • COMM 333 Topics Communication Studies
  • COMM 345 Work-Life Communication
  • COMM 351 Organizational Communication
  • COMM 360 Communication Theory
  • COMM 375 Presentational Communication
  • CPSY 490 Issues in Counseling
  • CT 100 Future Technology Innovations
  • CT 112 Computer Applications for Design Solutions
  • CT 211 System Administration Fundamentals
  • DANC 100 Introduction to Dance History
  • ECON 201 Elementary Microeconomics
  • ECYF 250 Family Relations
  • EDPS 250 Human Growth Development
  • EDPS 350 Child Psychology
  • EDPS 351 Adolescent Psychology
  • EDPS 355 Adult Psychology
  • ENG 410 Advanced Screenwriting
  • ENG 490 Literature and Gender
  • EXSC 293 Found Physiology and Exercise
  • EXSC 294 Introduction to Biomechanics
  • EXSC 301 Fund of Exercise Prescription
  • EXSC 304 Motor Skill Acquisition and Control
  • EXSC 360 Exercise Psychology
  • FIN 110 Personal Finance
  • FIN 300 Principles of Finance
  • HONR 189 Inquiries in Global Studies
  • HONR 199 Inquiries in Contemporary American Civilization
  • HONR 203 Inquiries Cultures 1800-pres
  • HONR 390 Honors Colloquium
  • HONR 299X Inquiries in Special Topics
  • ISOM 249 Foundations of Business Comm
  • ISOM 351 Operations Management
  • MATH 125 Quantitative Reasoning
  • MATH 132 Brief Calculus
  • MATH 202 Data Geo Meas Elem Teach
  • MGT 300 Managing Behavior in Org
  • MGT 491 Bus Policy and Strategy Mgt
  • MKG 300 Principles of Marketing
  • MKG 425 Seminar in Adv Prof Selling
  • MUHI 107 Rock and Roll in America
  • MUHI 330 Music History
  • MUHI 331 Music History 2
  • MUSE 265 Music Basics for the Classroom
  • NEWS 132 Multimedia: Audio
  • NEWS 133 Multimedia: Video
  • NREM 101 Environment and Society
  • NUR 101 Terminology for Health Care Professionals and Consumers
  • NUR 103 Health Behav: Cult Variations
  • NUR 228 Introduction to Nursing
  • PHYC 110 General Physics 1
  • PHYC 370 Introductory Mathematical Physics 1
  • PLAN 430 Housing and Community Development
  • POLS 130 American National Government
  • PSYS 241 Statistics
  • PSYS 284 Research Methods in Psych Sci
  • PSYS 285 Professional Ethics in Psychology
  • PSYS 295 Career Planning in Psych
  • PSYS 313 The Psychology of Human Adjustment
  • PSYS 324 Psychology of Women
  • PSYS 363 Cognitive Psychology
  • RELS 160 Religion in Culture
  • SOC 242 Social Problems
  • SOC 490 Independent Study of Sociology
  • SP 101 Beginning Spanish 1
  • SP 102 Beginning Spanish 2
  • SP 201 Intermediate Spanish 1
  • SS 397 Teaching Social Studies in the Elementary School
  • TCOM 100 The Entertainment Media
  • TCOM 101 Foundations of TCOM
  • TCOM 204 Media Analysis and Criticism
  • TCOM 231 Media Aesthetics
  • TCOM 335 Beginning Multimedia Production
  • TCOM 351 Web Development
  • TCOM 361 World Film History 2
  • TCOM 408 Med Ethics Soc Responsibility
  • THEA 100 Introduction to Theatre
  • THEA 207 Design Awareness for Non-Major
  • THEA 229 Stage Makeup Design and Tech 1
  • THEA 250 Directing 1

Get more detailed information about courses via the university-wide schedule of classes. Second five-week online courses start June 21.

  • ACC 202 Principles of Accounting 2
  • ACC 302 Intermediate Accounting 2
  • ACC 305 Accounting Info Systems
  • ACC 410 Advanced Topics in Taxation
  • ACC 430Government and Nonprofit Accounting
  • CJC 102 Introduction to Criminology
  • CJC 211 Race, Gender, and Crime
  • CJC 332 Victimology
  • CJC 341 Community Corrections
  • CJC 410 Current Topics in Crim Justice
  • CJC 495 Capstone in Criminal Justice
  • COH 100 Introduction to Health Consumerism
  • COMM 210 Fundamentals of Public Comm
  • COMM 220 Argumentation and Debate
  • COMM 251 Bus and Prof Comm
  • COMM 290 Intercultural Communication
  • COMM 315 Communication and Technology
  • COMM 320 Persuasion
  • COMM 335 Communication and Health
  • COMM 340 Leadership Communication
  • CT 100 Future Technology Innovations
  • DANC 100 Intro to Dance History
  • ECON 202 Elementary Macroeconomics
  • FIN 300 Principles of Finance
  • GEOL 101 Planet Earth's Geological Environment
  • HONR 189 Inquiries in Global Studies
  • HONR 390 Honors Colloquium
  • MATH 125 Quantitative Reasoning
  • MATH 391 Teaching and Learning Mathematics in the Elementary School
  • MGT 300 Managing Behavior in Organizations
  • MKG 375 Social Media Marketing
  • MKG 420 Integrated Marketing Communications
  • MKG 476 Executing Social Media Marketing
  • MKG 480 Marketing Strategy
  • MUSE 265 Music Basics for the Classroom
  • PSYS 100 Introduction to Psychological Science
  • PSYS 241 Statistics
  • PSYS 492 Research Seminar
  • RMI 270 Principles of Risk Management and Insurance
  • SOC 100 Principles of Sociology
  • SP 102 Beginning Spanish 2
  • SP 202 Intermediate Spanish 2
  • TCOM 204 Media Analysis and Criticism
  • TCOM 206 Writing for Electronic Media: Scriptwriting
  • TCOM 207 Writing for Electronic Media: Copywriting
  • TCOM 284 Practical Aspects of Media Law
  • TCOM 363 Film Genres
  • THEA 100 Intro to Theatre
  • THEA 435 Shakespeare Performance