Earn college credit from home.

Summer online courses are a great and affordable option for current college students as well as incoming high school juniors and seniors eager to start their college experience and earn credits early.

At Cornerstone University, courses are taught by knowledgable and caring professors who excel in their fields. All of our faculty are dedicated to modeling and teaching how to integrate faith into the classroom and everyday life.

Dates and Times

Courses will begin on Monday, June 3 and run through July 26, 2019. Student should be prepared to complete course work Monday through Friday. Course times to be announced. The deadline for applying is Monday, May 20, 2019.

Cost

$1,125 per class ($375 per credit). No technology fee is required for online summer courses. High school students are limited to taking one summer online course.

Apply as a High School Student

Apply as a Current College Student

For High School Students

Incoming high school juniors and seniors are welcome to apply for summer online courses. As part of the summer courses at CU, you can attend optional bi-weekly meetings with Assistant Director of Early College Programs Care Allen to check your progress and get additional help navigating college courses.

Current dual enroll students should contact their admissions counselor prior to applying.

Course Offerings

  • COM-112: Communication & Culture
  • ENG-212: Writing in Culture
  • HIS-114: World Civilizations II
  • MAT-110: College Mathematics
  • MGT-231: Principles of Management
  • PSY-111: General Psychology
  • REL-104: Old Testament Literature

For course descriptions, please review Cornerstone's program catalog.

Students interested in fall course can view potential course offerings and the semester cost for traditional dual enrollment on our Dual Enrollment webpage.

Admissions Requirements

  • 3.0 cumulative G.P.A.
  • 4 semesters complete in high school (or in the process of completing a fourth semester)
  • Interested students should create a new student account and apply as a dual enrollment student
  • Apply and submit transcripts by Monday, May 20, 2019.

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For Current College Students

At Cornerstone, you can expect closer mentorship from expert faculty. We intentionally limit class sizes because we value relational learning. This means you'll receive more attention from professors who are committed to seeing you thrive.

Course Offerings

  • BUS-211: Business Statistics (Prerequisite MAT-110)
  • BUS-213: Business Communication
  • BUS-361: Business Law
  • COM-112: Communication & Culture
  • ENG-212: Writing in Culture
  • HIS-114: World Civilizations II
  • LIN-100: Language in Culture
  • MAT-110: College Mathematics
  • MGT-231: Principles of Management
  • PSY-111: General Psychology
  • PSY-232: Developmental Psychology
  • PSY-237: Child Psychology (Prerequisite PSY-111)
  • REL-104: Old Testament Literature
  • SCI-311: Science in Culture
  • SOC-111: Introduction to Sociology
  • SWK-111: Introduction to Social Work

For course descriptions, review Cornerstone's program catalog.

Admissions Requirements

  • 2.0 cumulative G.P.A.
  • Interested students should create a new student account and apply as a non-degree seeking student
  • Apply and submit your current college transcript by Monday, May 20, 2019.

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