Summer Course Offerings
Use the Course Search to view the most current offerings.
Classes are listed under 2012-2013 Summer I and 2012-2013 Summer II
“Online” in the location column denotes Summer Online courses.
Classes listed in 2012-2013 Summer III are for MBA, MBC, PA, and MAET students.
Eligibility for Summer Courses
Persons in good standing at regionally accredited colleges and universities, graduates of such institutions, and students admitted for the next fall term are eligible to attend Augsburg’s Summer Session. Good standing implies that the student has been admitted and not subsequently dismissed by that institution.
Students accepted for Summer Session are not automatically granted admission as regular students of Augsburg College.
Those wishing to begin a degree program at Augsburg should apply to the Office of Undergraduate Admission or the Office of Graduate Admission
Course Loads in Summer Session
Students may take up to 2.0 credits in each 5-week summer session or 7-week online summer session.
Course loads for terms that overlap may be increased based on a student’s cumulative GPA (Cum GPA). Specifically, the combined credit load for any student between Spring Trimester, Summer Session I, and Summer Online I is limited to 2.0 credits but may be increased to 3.0 credits if the Cum GPA is 3.00 or better. Additionally, the combined load between Summer Session II and Summer Online II is limited to 2.0 credits at any one time, but may be increased to 3.0 credits if the Cum GPA is 3.00 or better. Students desiring to exceed these limits must petition the Student Standing Committee prior to registration.
Unless otherwise indicated, all courses carry a value of 1.0 course credit. One Augsburg course credit is equivalent to four semester credits or six quarter credits.
Augsburg General Education Requirements
Some courses offered in Summer Session 2013 are approved to fulfill general education requirements at Augsburg. Go here for more information.
The first digit of the three-digit course number indicates the course level. Course numbers beginning with a “1″ or “2″ are lower division courses and are intended primarily for freshmen and sophomores; course numbers beginning with a “3″ or “4″ are upper division and are primarily for juniors and seniors.
Independent study may be arranged in consultation with individual faculty members. Download the Directed/Independent Study Registration form and obtain the required signatures before submitting it to the Enrollment Center.
In addition to those listed, internship opportunities may be arranged individually during the summer. Academic internships are carefully planned work-based learning experiences, supervised and evaluated by a faculty member. Consult the Strommen Center for Meaningful Work at 612-330-1148 for more information. Download the Internship Registration form and obtain the required signatures before submitting it to the Enrollment Center.
Students who qualify for reimbursement from their employers may use their reimbursement to pay for Summer Session courses.
Students who need housing may contact the Residence Life Office at 612-330-1488