PSC Summer Programs

Just because it is summer, doesn't mean your education has to stop. Prepare for your "Summer of Success" by taking part in a broad range of summer courses and programs at Philander Smith College. Whether you're a current PSC student, or attend a different college, Summer Sessions and programs at PSC are a great way to catch up and get ahead. 



Our classroom-based summer courses offer you an opportunity to earn course credit while learning from the skilled faculty of PSC. The variety of course options help students of all majors catch up on missed course work or help lighten the academic load for the Fall and Spring semesters.

Summer Session I
May 22 - June 15

Session I Courses:

Principles of Accounting I
General Biology Lecture & Lab
College Chemistry I Lecture & Lab
Principles of Economics II
Basic Speech
Composition I
Advanced Composition
Western Civilization I
Intro Political Science
American Nat’l Gov’t
Physical Science Lecture
Physical Science Lab
General Psychology
Intro to Sociology
Intro to Social Work-Hybrid
Human Behavior & Social
Environment I-Hybrid



June 22 - July 20

Session II Courses:

Principles of Accounting II
Human Resources Mgmt
College Chemistry II Lecture & Lab
Composition II
Writing in Workforce
Western Civilization II
Physical Science Lecture & Lab
General Psychology
Child Welfare - Hybrid
Hum Behavior & Social
Environment II – Hybrid


PSC's online learning environment is ideal for for anyone looking for flexibility in their summer study schedule. You can experience the quality and excellence of Philander classes from a convenient location.

Summer Session III
June 18 - July 28

Online Course Available:

Other Summer Programs:

  • Spanish Language Immersion (for non-Spanish speakers)
  • English Language Immersion (for non-English speakers)
  • Ecotoxicology Certification

Click here to learn more about these and other special summer programs

Business Law I
Business Ethics
Principles of Economics II
General Biology Lecture & Lab
College Chemistry I Lecture & Lab
Microcomputer Applications
Composition I
Composition II
Western Civilization I
College Mathematics
College Algebra
Physical Science Lecture & Lab
Intro to Political Science
American National Government
General Psychology
Intro to Social Work