HLGU Announces Classroom and Online Summer Courses
Wednesday, March 7, 2012
by Carolyn Carpenter
Hannibal-LaGrange University is offering a variety of classroom and online courses for summer 2012.
“Advantages to taking classes over the summer semester include a more relaxed atmosphere, smaller class sizes, and allows the student to concentrate on one or two classes rather than a full class load, ” stated Dr. David Pelletier, HLGU Vice President of Academic Affairs. Once again this year, HLGU is offering the in-seat class History & Hollywood. This unique-to-HLGU-class is taught by Dr. Sam Swisher. “This course examines how films have influenced our understanding of history, and whether or not it is important for films to be accurate in what they tell us about history,” stated Swisher. The History & Hollywood class will meet from 6:00-10:00 pm on Thursdays starting June 4, and ending July 27, 2012. Other classroom courses include: Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology, Microbiology, Foundations of Chemistry, and Medical Calculations. Master of Science in Education courses include: Differentiated Learning, Technology Applications, Vocabulary & Fluency Development, Writing to Enhance Learning, Science Inquiry for the K-8 Teacher and Topical Studies in Education. Course start dates and times vary, please go to www.hlg.edu for details.
HLGU online courses for May include: Current Trends in Early Child Special Education, American Literature II, and Community Health Nursing. June’s online classes include: Art Appreciation, Old Testament Survey, Child Growth & Development, Psychology & Education of the Exceptional Child, English Composition, World History I, United States History II, Advanced Topic: World War II in Europe, Advanced Topic: Writing of C.S. Lewis & J.R.R. Tolkien, Music Appreciation, Bioethics, and Special Topic: Bioethics, Developmental Psychology.
Online classes start dates vary. Click on this link to view all Summer in-seat and online classes.
Contact InformationCarolyn Carpenter
Director of Public Relations