Winter, May and Summer Sessions at E-town College

Whether to get a jump start on your education at E-town, or to lighten your course load for the next academic year, a winter term or summer class could be the right choice for you. E-town offers one session over winter break and two rounds of classes for summer with our May term and Online term options. All classes are open to both E-town students and students from other colleges and universities.

Tuition for students is $1540 for a 4-credit course ($385 per credit hour). Students are limited to one course, or four credits for the May term, and two courses, or eight credits, for the Online term.

Online Winter Classes

The Online Winter term will run from December 16, 2017 through January 12, 2018. These classes are offered 100% online to both currently enrolled E-town students as well as students from other institutions. Registration for Online Winter term ends December 13, 2017.

May Classes

May term at Elizabethtown College runs from May 18, 2018 through June 1, 2018. The 3-week May Term offers an energetic set of classes, typically not offered during the traditional academic year, including travel-based classes, designed to get you thinking and learning about topics in a new way. Registration for May term ends May 9, 2018.

Online Summer Classes

Our 100% online summer classes run from June 4, 2018 through August 24, 2018. The Online term offers the same high quality, interactive learning of the traditional classroom using an online platform that is accessible from anywhere that you are living or traveling for the summer. Registration for the Online Summer term ends May 30, 2018.

Winter Term (Online) Courses Offered

Note that the winter term courses are exclusively online. Check the registrar's list for the most up-to-date class status, instructor, and meeting times.

Course Designations: (CE) Creative Expression Core Course; (ELL) English language learners; (NCH) Non-Western Cultural Heritage Core Course; (SSC) Social Sciences Core Course; (WCH) Western Cultural Heritage Core Course

Catalog # Course Title Course Code Credit Hours
 HI 115 WESTERN CIVILIZATION II (WCH) 34237 4.00
HI  112 MODERN ASIA (NCH) 34179 4.00
PS  245 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (NCH) 34180 4.00
PHY 105 HOW THINGS WORK (NPS) 34181 4.00
PHY 105 HOW THINGS WORK (NPS) 34475 4.00
PHY 102 GENERAL PHYSICS II 34182 4.00
 EN 281 WRITING AND ANALYZING THE SHORT STORY (CE) 34183 4.00
 SO 101 DISCOVERING SOCIETY (SSC) 34178 4.00

May Term Courses Offered

Note that some of the May term courses are travel-based, while others are exclusive to on-campus audiences. Check the registrar's list for the most up-to-date class status, instructor, and meeting times.

Course Designations: (CE) Creative Expression Core Course; (ELL) English language learners; (NCH) Non-Western Cultural Heritage Core Course; (SSC) Social Sciences Core Course; (WCH) Western Cultural Heritage Core Course

Catalog # Course Title Course Code Credit Hours
 JA  205 DISCOVERING CONTEMPORARY JAPAN 34185 2.00
COM 370 IRELAND IN TEXT & IMAGE 34489 2.00
 ED 341 LINGUISTIC AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN THE CLASSROOM (ELL) 34186 4.00
 PS 225 AMERICAN DEMOCRACY IN FILM AND FICTION (HUM) 34187 4.00
 EN 281 WRITING AND ANALYZING THE SHORT STORY (CE) 34192 4.00
 BA 281 EXPLORING CHINA 34188 2.00
 REL 170 SOCIAL CONSCIENCE AND ACTION AS VOCATION  34474 4.00
 INT 233/PS 233 THE ARAB SPRING (NCH) 34190 4.00
 TH 201 WORLD CINEMA, WWII TO 21ST CENTURY (NCH) 34191 2.00
 AN 362 ARCHAEOLOGY FIELD SCHOOL 34193 2.00 - 6.00
PCS 171 PEACE AND CONFLICT STUDIES IN SOUTH AFRICA II (NCH) 34490 2.00

Online Summer Courses Offered

Note that while all of these courses are 100% online, the exact dates of the classes may vary slightly. Be sure to check the course syllabus once registered. Please refer to the registrar's summer course list for up-to-date details on status of the classes and instructors. 

Course Designations: (CE) Creative Expression Core Course; (NCH) Non-Western Cultural Heritage Core Course; (SSC) Social Sciences Core Course; (WCH) Western Cultural Heritage Core Course; (PLO)  Power of Language Core Course; (HUM)  Humanities Core Course; (NPS)  Natural and Physical Science Core Course; (PLE)  Power of Language Core Course; (MA) Math Core Course.

Catalog # Course Title Course Code Credit Hours
 EN 180 INTRODUCTION TO CREATIVE WRITING (CE) 34220 4.00
 BA 315 INTERNET MARKETING 34221 4.00
 LAT 111 ELEMENTARY LATIN I (PLO) 34197 4.00
 EC 102 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS (SSC) 34205 4.00
 HI 111 HISTORY OF PRE-MODERN ASIA (NCH) 34204 4.00
 MA 251 PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS (MA) 34206 4.00
 ED 224 PENNSYLVANIA HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT FOR SOCIAL STUDIES EDUCATORS 34201 4.00
 ED 258 EDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION 34195 4.00
 ED 360 INTEGRATED STRATEGIES FOR CREATIVE EXPRESSION IN EARLY CHILDHOOD 34196 4.00
 SED 212 LEARNING ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIAL INTRCTN IN INCLSV STGS (MSE 512) 34199 4.00
 PHY 101 GENERAL PHYSICS I (NPS) 34215 4.00
 PHY 105 HOW THINGS WORK (NPS) 34216 4.00
 EN 100 WRITING AND LANGUAGE (PLE) 34200 4.00
 EN 281 WRITING AND ANALYZING THE SHORT STORY (CE) 34213 4.00
 CH 109 INTRODUCTION TO FORENSIC SCIENCE (NCH) 34209 4.00
 MA 251 PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS (MA) - HONORS 34194 4.00
 TH 105 INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE (HUM) 34217 4.00
 EC 101 PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS (SSC) 34210 4.00
 HI 115 WESTERN CIVILIZATION II (WCH) 34238 4.00
 FR 111 ELEMENTARY FRENCH I (PLO) 34198 4.00
 SP 111 ELEMENTARY SPANISH I (PLO) 34207 4.00
 PS 245 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (NCH) 34208 4.00
 SO 101 DISCOVERING SOCIETY (SSC) 34203 4.00
 PH/BA 255 ADVANCED ETHICS 34212 4.00
 MA 251 PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS (MA) 34214 4.00
 COM 252 MULTI-CULTURAL COMMUNICATIONS (HUM) 34218 4.00
 CS 113 THE POWER AND BEAUTY OF COMPUTING (NPS) 34219 4.00
PSY 105 A GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY (SSC) 34467 4.00
PSY 105 B GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY (SSC) 34468 4.00

Summer Graduate Term (Online) Courses Offered

Note that all of the summer graduate courses are exclusively online. Check the registrar's list for the most up-to-date class status, instructor, and meeting times.

Course Designations: (CE) Creative Expression Core Course; (ELL) English language learners; (NCH) Non-Western Cultural Heritage Core Course; (SSC) Social Sciences Core Course; (WCH) Western Cultural Heritage Core Course

Catalog # Course Title Course Code Credit Hours
  SESSION I    
 MCI 505 CURRICULUM THEORY IN COMPARATIVE PEACE CONTEXTS   3.00
MCI 540 METHODS IN CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE TEACHING   3.00
MSE 530 METHODS OF TEACHING STUDENTS WITH LOW INCIDENCE DISABILITIES   4.00
  SESSION II    
MCI 550 SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING   3.00
MSE 540 ETIOLOGY, EQUITY, AND LAW   4.00

Registration Information