Summer Session I & II

Are you ready for your Summer for Success? Philander Smith College has a broad range
of offerings to help make the most of your summer. From college course credits to youth
theology camp, PSC’s summer programs offer something for every age and interest.

SUMMER I : JUNE 2 - JUNE 30 (DEADLINE TO APPLY - JUNE 2)

SUMMER II: JULY 1 - JULY 29 (DEADLINE TO APPLY JULY 1)

PSC offers you an easy, local option to earn additional course credit during the summer months. Whether you are a first-time freshman, returning PSC student, or a transient student home for the summer, you can accelerate your path to college graduation. Our Summer I and Summer II sessions offer students a choice of over 50 course options. If you are looking to catch up on missed course work or lighten the academic
load, our classroom and online based courses are a prime opportunity to take advantage of all that summer has to offer.


Panther COVID Recovery Summer Scholarships are available to returning PSC degree-seeking students enrolled in three (3) hours or more per summer session. The scholarships cover any tuition gaps not covered by other federal, state, and private grants/ scholarships and are paid after all other financial aid
resources have been awarded. Students must have completed a current FAFSA, Summer Aid Application, and all financial aid requirements to qualify. Scholarships given may be up to $725 per summer session.


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scholarships are limited!

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SUMMER SESSION I COURSES

CLASSROOM-BASED COURSES

Accounting I
American National Government
Business Math I
Business Statistics
Calculus I
College Chemistry I
Lab Composition I
Computer and Information
Literacy First Aid and Safety
General Biology Lecture
General Biology Lab
Intro to Sociology
Macroeconomics
Math Foundations
Microcomputer Applications
Physical Fitness
Physical Motor Skills
Social Work Practicum Seminar I
Social Work Field Practicum I
Sociology Sp. Topic: Marriage and Family
Western Civilization II

HYBRID/BLENDED COURSES

Basic Speech
College Chemistry I Lecture
General Psychology
Human Behavior & Social Environment
Social Welfare and Policy I
Social Work Practice I

ONLINE COURSES

Advanced Composition
American National Government
Business Legal, Social, Ethical
College Algebra
Criminal Justice Sp. Topic: Domestic Violence
Developmental Psychology
English Sp. Topic: Memoirs
Ethics and Society
General Psychology
Intro to Political Science
Intro to Social Work
Microcomputer Applications
PRAXIS II PLT
Social Work Sp. Topic: Family Violence
Social Work Sp. Topic: Foster Care
State and Local Government
Survey of World Religious Traditions

SUMMER SESSION II COURSES

CLASSROOM-BASED COURSES

Accounting II
American National Government
Business Math II
Calculus II
College Algebra
College Chemistry Lab
College Math
College Trigonometry
Composition II
Microeconomics
Microcomputer Applications
Physical Science Lab
Social Work Field Practicum II
Social Work Practicum Seminar II
Western Civilization I
Western Civilization II

HYBRID/BLENDED COURSES

Business Internship/Research
College Chemistry I Lecture
General Psychology
Human Behavior and Social Environment II
Intro to Social Work
Social Welfare and Policy II
Social Work Practice II
Social Work Research Methods

 

ONLINE COURSES

American National Government
Contemporary African-American Literature
Criminal Justice Sp. Topic: Studies of Gangs
Developmental Psychology
English Sp. Topic: Travelogue
Ethics and Society
General Psychology
Intro to Political Science
Physical Science Lecture
Professional and Technical Writing
Social Work Sp. Topic: Child Abuse and Neglect
Survey of World Religious Traditions