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Take classes from the comfort of home while earning academic credit through our flexible online courses. Offered during the Cross Session, these eight-week courses feature the same academic content and learning objectives as the on-campus courses, but in an entirely virtual format. You’ll learn from prestigious Georgetown faculty while developing your skills through a combination of lectures, coursework, and group discussions.

Our online courses provide the same academic content as our on-campus courses—they award the same number of credits, meet the same learning objectives, and cover the same kinds of material—the primary difference is that they’re offered in a convenient virtual setting. Some online courses are asynchronous—allowing for a more flexible time frame for students to listen to lectures, complete their readings, and turn in assignments. Others include synchronous sessions, where all students log in at the same time to participate in the lecture.

We are able to offer Summer Sessions courses in the online format to residents of all U.S. states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. For information on international eligibility, please visit the Online Students page.

 

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Courses for summer 2018 will be posted in mid-December; courses subject to change.

Displaying 20 courses
Number Course Name Faculty Time Session
ENGL-187-130 Post 9/11 Culture Gorman, Ellen
AM Cross Session Click to read more about ENGL-187-130
ENGL-187-131 Post 9/11 Culture Gorman, Ellen
AM Cross Session Click to read more about ENGL-187-131
ENGL-249-130 Literature and Technology Shaup, Karen
AM Cross Session Click to read more about ENGL-249-130
GOVT-020-130 US Political Systems Rom, Mark C.
AM Cross Session Click to read more about GOVT-020-130
JUPS-123-130 Intro to Justice & Peace Atashi, Elham
AM Cross Session Click to read more about JUPS-123-130
JUPS-202-130 Nonviolence Theory & Practice Amster, Randall J.
AM Cross Session Click to read more about JUPS-202-130
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JUPS-202-131 Nonviolence Theory & Practice Amster, Randall J.
AM Cross Session Click to read more about JUPS-202-131
PHIL-010-130 Intro to Ethics Olsen, James C.
AM Cross Session Click to read more about PHIL-010-130
PHIL-020-130 Intro to Philosophy Olsen, James C.
AM Cross Session Click to read more about PHIL-020-130
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PHIL-020-131 Intro to Philosophy Olsen, James C.
AM Cross Session Click to read more about PHIL-020-131
PSYC-001-130 General Psychology Parrott, W G.
AM Cross Session Click to read more about PSYC-001-130
PSYC-120-130 Physiological Psychology Merritt, Paul S.
AM Cross Session Click to read more about PSYC-120-130
PSYC-127-130 Drugs and Human Behavior Merritt, Paul S.
AM Cross Session Click to read more about PSYC-127-130
PSYC-127-131 Drugs and Human Behavior Merritt, Paul S.
AM Cross Session Click to read more about PSYC-127-131
SOCI-001-130 Introduction to Sociology Andaç-Jones, Elif
AM Cross Session Click to read more about SOCI-001-130
SOCI-154-130 Sociology of the One Percent Huisman Lubreski, Kimberly A.
PM Cross Session Click to read more about SOCI-154-130
UNXP-030-130 Intersections: Social Justice Loadenthal, Michael
Munroe, Amanda S.
Wisler, Andria K.
AM Cross Session Click to read more about UNXP-030-130
UNXP-030-131 Intersections: Social Justice Loadenthal, Michael
Munroe, Amanda S.
Wisler, Andria K.
AM Cross Session Click to read more about UNXP-030-131
WGST-141-130 Intro to Sexuality Studies Madden, Jaime
AM Cross Session Click to read more about WGST-141-130
WGST-231-130 Sexual Politics in Arab World Hosseini, Fatemeh
AM Cross Session Click to read more about WGST-231-130
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