UA Little Rock opens summer class registration

Registration for summer classes at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock opened March 30, with more than 675 classes available, including plenty of online courses.

Summer credit courses will be offered in four sessions as follows:

  • Summer 1 – Nine-week Session (May 28 – July 30) 
  • Summer 2 – Five-week Session (May 28 – July 1)
  • Summer 3 – Seven-week Session (June 10 – July 31)
  • Summer 4 – Five-week Session (July 8 – Aug. 9)

Current UA Little Rock students can register now. Visiting summer students first need to apply for admission and have their registrar send a letter of good standing or transcript.

Students should sign up as early as possible to get the schedule they want. Financial aid is available for summer classes, and eligible students may receive Federal Pell Grants even if they received full grants during the fall and spring semesters.  For information, contact the Office of Financial Aid.

The summer sessions offer students an opportunity to complete requirements ahead of schedule.

“Our condensed five-week courses are popular with students looking to lighten their fall course load or accelerate their graduation timeline,” said Chelsea Bishop Ward, director of admissions. “Summer is also a great time to knock out required courses. Even with our seven-week and nine-week courses, student can earn credits and still have some time off before fall classes start.”

Some of the popular core classes being offered this summer include the following:

Composition – Composition I and II

Math  – College Algebra, Trigonometry, Quantitative and Mathematical Reasoning, and Applied Calculus

Science – Science of Biology, Introduction to Astronomy, Physical Geology, and Earth and the Environment

Humanities – World Literature, Mythology, World Religions, and Ethics and Society

Social Sciences – Cultural Anthropology, Introduction to Criminal Justice, Principles of Microeconomics, Psychology and the Human Experience, and Introduction to Sociology

U.S. History/Government American National Government, U.S. History to 1877, and U.S. History since 1877

Fine Arts – Introduction to Visual Art, Introduction to Motion Pictures, Introduction to Music

History of Civilization I and II

For more information is available online or by calling 501-569-3000. Course offerings are also listed online.

 

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