Sail Ahead with Summer 2019 Course Offerings at Seton Hall University
By Taylor Smith
A host of summer classes at Seton Hall University in South Orange can help high school, college, and graduate students meet their academic and future graduation goals. The Department of Continuing Education and Professional Studies’ Summer Sessions will begin on May 21 and run through August 8.
For high school students seeking a college experience, the University’s Giant Leap Program offers advanced, hands-on experience in college-level scientific research.
Current undergraduate students may enroll in everything from Media Law to History of Philosophy and Real Estate Finance. They can also explore their personal or academic interests with courses in Mobile App Development and Supply Chain Management.
Hybrid classroom/environment courses like The Art and Science of Fly Fishing will earn most college students three undergraduate credits in environmental studies. More than just a science class, ENVL 3053 will incorporate art, literature, and spirituality.
Graduate students may be interested in summer coursework through the Stillman School of Business, particularly areas of sports management, which Seton Hall is known for.
Among the faith-based courses are Creation and Science, Introduction to Catholic Theology, and Christian Ethics.
To learn more details and to register for your own summer session, visit https://www.shu.edu/summer/index.cfm.