With more than 90 degree programs across 17 departments, the School of Arts and Sciences offers students the broad reach of a liberal arts education. At the graduate level, students may choose from more than 60 master's and doctoral programs in 16 different disciplines.

Elevate your academic journey this summer with our selection of popular courses. We offer a variety of classes designed to cater to your diverse interests and goals. Whether you're looking to accelerate your degree, explore new subjects, or catch up on prerequisites, our summer sessions courses are the perfect choice.

When applying, Summer Session applicants should choose that they are "Non-Degree Seeking," and complete the application. Enrolling in our summer courses is a straightforward process:

  • Browse our course catalog to discover the courses that align with your academic goals or explore our featured courses below.
  • Review course details, including professors, schedule, and modality.
  • Register for your chosen course(s) through our online portal.

Popular Arts and Sciences Courses

  • History


    The History Department combines the rigor of a research university with the human scale of a liberal arts college. It is dedicated to understanding the human experience in time and place, and to careful training in identifying and assessing information, executing research projects, and analytical writing and oral presentation.

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  • Spanish


    At Catholic University, we offer you the opportunity to enhance your language skills and cultural understanding through our Spanish course offerings during the summer months.

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  • Psychology


    Catholic University’s Department of Psychology is a community of researchers – ­­­professors, lecturers, and students – committed to improving the human condition.

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  • Anthropology


    The Anthropology Department offers a unique combination of small classes and big opportunities. We offer rigorous academic training, hands-on experiential learning, and advanced research opportunities in a discipline that is truly global in scope. The study of anthropology at Catholic University is holistic, integrating environmental, economic, political, social, and expressive information to form composite pictures of human social life and cultures.

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