PCDE Highlights

2014 Summer Sessions Mascot Name Contest

Summer-2014_Dog_Sidebar_NameContest

Cast your vote to name Ship’s 2014 Summer Mascot, and be eligible to win one of four $50 gift cards to the Shippensburg University bookstore!

Cast your vote HERE!

spacer image

PCDE Contact Info

Horton Hall Room 108 
1871 Old Main Drive
Shippensburg University
Shippensburg, PA, 17257
(717) 477-1502
pcde@ship.edu 

Like ShipPCDE on Facebook!  Follow #ShipPCDE on Twitter!


Inquiry Form 


PCDE Registration Info


PCDE Withdrawal Form

spacer image
Untitled Document

ONLINE COURSES


Please note: Registration for your summer courses begins
at the same time as your fall time ticket
!



Summer 2014 Terms:
(unless otherwise indicated)

Term 3 - May 12 - June 15
Term 4 - June 2 - July 3
Term 5 - July 7 - August 7

Subject Course CRN Title


Summer Term 3: May 12 - June 15
(unless otherwise indicated)

ACC 200 41700 Fundamentals of Financial Accounting
ART 101 41662 Art Appreciation
ART101 41663 Art Appreciation 
ASP 102 41664 Student Voices: Leadership and Community
BSL 261 41701 American Legal Environment
BSN 101 41702 Foundations of Business Administraton
BSN 110 41744 Introduction to Entrepreneurship 
BSN 510 41703 Economics & Information Systems Environment (May 12 - August 10)
BSN 511 41704 Business Operations and Analysis (May 12 - August 10)
BSN 512 41705 Essentials of Accounting and Finance (May 12 - August 10)
CHM 103 41665 Chemistry: A Cultural Approach
COM 201 TBD Principles of Public Relations (Tentative - Pending Approval)
COM 345 41666 Communication Law
COM 526 41667 Emerging Media Technologies
CRJ 100 41668 Introduction to Criminal Justice
CRJ 351 41669 Juvenile Justice
CRJ 411 41670 Terrorism
DS 100 41671 Introduction to Disability Studies
ECH 220 41672 The Developing Child
ECH 563 41673 Leadership in Early Childhood Education
EEC 273 41715Introduction to Exceptionalities 
ENG 238 41674 Technical/Professional Writing I
ENG 248 41675 Introduction to Culturally Diverse Literature
ENG 250 41676 Introduction to Literature
ENG 308 41677 Fiction Writing
ESC 200 41678 Lifestyle Management
ESC 207 41679 Stress Management
ESS 108 41680 Conservation of Natural Resources
ESS 108 41681 Conservation of Natural Resources
ESS 108 41682 Conservation of Natural Resources
GEO 101 41711 World Geography
GEO 101 41712 World Geography
GEO 101 41713 World Geography
HCA452 41743 Health Care Financial Management (Restricted to HCA DCP Students Only) 
HCS 381 41683

Professional Communication & Multimedia Presentation

HCS 393 41684 Selected Topics: Communication and Sport
MAT 117 41685 Applied Statistics (4 credits)(May 12 - June 29) - Required face-to-face final exam on Friday, June 20, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. in MCT263 at SU
MAT 117 41686 Applied Statistics (4 credits)(May 12 - June 29) - Required face-to-face final exam on Friday, June 20, 9 - 11 a.m. in MCT263 at SU
MBA 529 41706 Global Managerial Finance (May 12 - June 29)(Restricted to MBA Students)
MBA 558 41707 Ethics and Sustainability (May 12 - June 29)(Restricted to MBA Students)
MGT 305 41708 Organizational Behavior
MGT 370 41709 International Business
MGT 431 41710 Corporate Entrepreneurship
MKT 305 41698 Principles of Marketing
MKT 352 41699 Principles of Retailing
MUS 121 41687 Introduction to Music
PLS 231 41688 State & Local Government
PSY 101 41689 General Psychology
PSY 265 41690Childhood and Adolescence
PSY 270 41691 Social Psychology
PSY447 41692 Multicultural Healthh Psychology 
RDG53741693 Brain Based Strategies for Literature Learners (May 19 - June 29) 
SOC10141694 Introduction to Sociology: Society & Diversity 
SOC 241 41745Contemporary Social Problems 
SOC550 41695 Leadership Theory and Practice 
SPN21541716Inter Spanish Native Speakers
TCH 600 41696 Elements of Research (May 12 - June 29) - Required face-to-face orientation on Monday, May 12 from 6 - 8 p.m. in SPH220 at SU 
WST 100 41697 Introduction to Women's Studies 

Summer Term 4: June 2 - July 3, 2014 (unless otherwise indicated)
ART101 42629 Art Appreciation 
ART101 42662 Art Appreciation 
ASP102 42630 Student Voices: Leadership and Community 
CHM 103 42631 Chemistry: A Cultural Approach 
COM111 42632 Introduction to Mass Communication 
COM 245 42633 Diversity and Media 
CRJ 211 42634 Criminal Law and Procedures 
CRJ 440 42661Community Corrections 
ECH 540 42635 Families and Early Childhood Education 
ECO 321 42636 International Economic Policies 
EEC565 42676 Instr Students w/ASD (Restricted to Vista Cohort Students Only) 
ESC 200 42637 Lifestyle Management 
ESC 200 42638 Lifestyle Management 
ESC213 42639 Organization & Administration for Health, Sport & Fitness Facilities 
FIN 311  42652Financial Management 
HCA400 42675 Intro to Health Care Systems (Restricted to HCA DCP Students Only) 
HIS 502 42640 Introduction to Archives - Face-to-face meetings on Thursday, June 19 from 6 -9 p.m. and Saturday, June 28 from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. at SU 
MAT 105 42641 Math for Liberal Studies - Required face-to-face final exam on Tuesday, July 1 from 1 - 3 p.m. in DHC104 at SU 
 MGT394 42654 Leadership and Decision Making 
MGT 447 42655 Business and Society 
MGT 497 42656 Strategic Management 
MKT 306 42650 Buyer Behavior 
MKT 340 42651 Tourism and Events Planning 
PHY 110 42642 Physics for Society 
PLS 100 42643 US Government and Politics 
PLS 511 42644 State Government 
SCM 200 42645 Statistical Applications in Business 
SCM330 42646 Supply Chain and Operations Management 
SOC 345 42647 Deviance 
SOC 560 42648 Leadership Change and Innovation 
TCH 546 42649 Teaching Science in the Elementary School 

Summer Term 5: July 7 - August 7, 2014 (unless otherwise indicated)
ACC 201 43712 Managerial Accounting 
ART 101 43697 Art Appreciation 
CHM 103 43699 Chemistry: A Cultural Approach 
CRJ 100 43700 Introduction to Criminal Justice 
CRJ 345 43701 Organization & Management of Criminal Justice Agencies 
ESC 200 43702 Lifestyle Management 
ESC 207 43703 Stress Management 
HCS 270 43704 Intergroup/Intercultural Communications 
MAT 050 43705 Developmental Math - Required face-to-face final exam on Thursday, August 7 from 1 - 2:50 p.m. in DHC at SU. This course is developmental in nature and does not count towards credit for graduation. Limited to students who have placed at Level 1 or 2. This is equivalent to an Accuplacer Elementary Algebra score of 57 or below. 
MAT 181 43636 Applied Calculus 
MBA 533 43717 Business Operations & Logistics (June 30 - August 17) (Restricted to MBA Students) 
MBA 548 43713 IT Management & Innovation (June 30 - August 17) (Restricted to MBA Students) 
MBA 571 43714International Marketing & Management (June 30 - August 17) (Restricted to MBA Students) 
MBA 577 43718 Supply Chain Management (June 30 - August 17) (Restricted to MBA Students) 
MGT490 43750Selected Topics: International Labor Relations 
MIS 142 43716 Business Computer Systems 
MUS 121 43706 Introduction to Music 
PHY 108 43707 Astronomy 
SWK 262 43708 Introduction to Child Welfare (July 7 - August 17) - Required face-to-face orientation session on Monday, July 7 from 6 - 9 p.m. 
TCH 620 43709 Curriculum 
WST 100 43710 Introduction to Women's Studies