Fast Track Your Academic Journey with Summer School at GWU

Whether you’re a college student looking to retake a course, gain extra credits, or a high school student eager to experience college-level learning, our exclusive summer courses both in person and online offer the perfect route to academic enrichment.

Expand Your Knowledge This Summer

Online and Seated Classes

Choose your own learning environment with the flexibility of online or on-campus classes designed to fit your summer schedule.

A Vast Array of Subjects

With GWU’s comprehensive catalog ranging across various schools and colleges, you’re sure to find a course that excites and challenges you.

Efficient Short Sessions

Maximize your summer break with short, intensive sessions that allow you to concentrate on your studies and earn credits faster.

Catch Up or Get Ahead

Our summer school is the ideal solution for students needing to catch up on credits, complete prerequisites, or want to progress through their degree requirements more quickly.

Immersive Learning Experience

Focusing on one or two subjects allows for an immersive academic environment where you can truly master your chosen topic.

Expertise and Exploration

Take this opportunity to build upon your current knowledge or to step into a completely new subject area that intrigues you.

Personalized Attention

With smaller class sizes, you benefit from personalized attention from professors and a greater chance to engage deeply with your coursework.

Global Connections

Engage and network with a diverse global community of students and professionals, expanding your academic and professional horizons.

Explore Courses Across Disciplines

At GWU, our summer curriculum spans a wide range of subjects to cater to diverse academic interests.

  • Accounting: Learn financial and managerial principles for a finance career.
  • Business: Explore business foundations and advanced strategies in management and entrepreneurship.
  • Calculus: Grasp derivatives, integrals, and limits key for engineering, economics, and sciences.
  • Chemistry: Experiment in modern labs, understanding chemical reactions.
  • Communications: Enhance communication, public speaking, and media skills.
  • Computer Science: Dive into coding, AI, and software development.
  • Counselor Education: Master guidance and support for impacting lives.
  • Criminal Justice: Study the justice system, law enforcement, and rehabilitation.
  • Curriculum and Instruction: Innovate curriculum design and instructional strategies.
  • Economics: Explore global economies, market structures, and fiscal policies.
  • Education: Engage with innovative teaching methods and educational psychology.
  • Education Dissertation: Robust support for doctoral dissertation research.
  • Education Leadership: Develop leadership and school administration skills.
  • English: Explore literature, critical analysis, and creative writing.
  • Exercise Science: Learn scientific principles behind fitness and nutrition.
  • Healthcare Management: Manage healthcare facilities and understand policy.
  • History: Study significant events, cultures, and world-shaping personalities.
  • Independent Study: Pursue research under faculty guidance.
  • International Business: Study international trade and cross-cultural management.
  • Management: Develop leadership and organizational skills.
  • Marketing: Learn consumer behavior and digital marketing strategies.
  • Math: Enhance quantitative skills from arithmetic to calculus.
  • Music: Study music theory, history, and performance.
  • Nursing: Prepare for a healthcare career with patient care and ethics.
  • Political Science: Investigate government workings and international relations.
  • Psychology: Apply psychological theories to real-world situations.
  • Religion: Explore world religions, ethics, and spirituality.
  • Sports Ethics: Examine moral questions in sports like fairness and inclusivity.
  • Sports Management: Gain insights into sports business and organization.
  • Sports Marketing: Delve into sports marketing and brand partnerships.
  • Statistics and Probability: Analyze data and support decision-making processes.

To view detailed descriptions of courses available, click the link below and Select Term “Summer 2024”.

Tuition and Fees

Summer School 2024 Traditional Undergraduate Programs

Fee Description Cost
Tuition: Per Credit Hour $375
Room: Per Summer Session $536
Board: Per Summer Session(21 Meals/Week) $905
Student Health Clinic Fee (per session) $25
Digital Learning Fee (per semester) $75
Enroll Today!

Don't miss out on the chance to transform your summer into a season of growth and learning. Seating is limited, so Enroll Today and take the first step toward an enriching summer experience at GWU.

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For help selecting a course, or questions about the summer programs, contact the Student Success Center at (704) 406-4563 or email [email protected].

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