Summer I 2017 (May 22 - July 3)
CC203 Intercultural Communication
CD372 Mental Health, the Media, & Public Policy
CD234 Speech and Hearing Anatomy and Physiology
CD406 Understanding Speech Sounds
LI313 Novel Into Film
PF610 Writing Workshop (Popular Fiction MFA Students Only)
PF630 Introduction to Publishing Process for Writers (Popular Fiction MFA Students Only)
PL332 Civil Rights
PS301 Personal Growth and Adjustment
TH203 Perspectives in World Theatre
TH315 Topic: Contemporary US Theatre
VM402 Film and Television Genres
Summer II 2017 (July 5 - August 15)
CC263 Argument and Advocacy
CD201 Language Acquisition
CD405 Speech and Language Disorders Across Life Span
JR602 Critical Perspectives
JR607 Reporting and Writing
LI313 Novel into Film
PF610 Writing Workshop in Popular Fiction (Popular Fiction MFA Students Only)
PF616 World Building in Fantasy and Literature (Popular Fiction MFA Students Only)
PL332 Civil Rights
PS201 Abnormal Psyschology
TH205 Dress Codes: American Clothes
VM220 Writing the Short Subject
VM402 Sound as Fine Art
VM428 Feature Writing Workshop
How to Register
- Emerson degree students enroll in courses through the eCommon.
- Non-matriculated students—Individuals who are not enrolled in a degree program at Emerson College, which includes visiting students and Professional Studies students—register through the Office of Professional Studies.
Tuition and Fees
|Type of Course||Price|
|Undergraduate courses||$763 per credit|
|Graduate courses||$1,197 per credit|
|Registration Fee (nonrefundable)||$30 per summer session|
|Late Registration Fee (nonrefundable)||$75|
|Noncredit courses and workshops||As priced|
Transaction fees are nonrefundable in all circumstances, including in the event of class cancellation by the College.
What to Expect from an Online Course
Online courses are offered through distance learning and are conducted entirely on-line. Material will be available via CANVAS and the internet and can be accessed when convenient to the student. The instructor will be available on-line, via phone and/or in person during scheduled office hours.
- Online courses require the same amount of time and effort as face-to-face courses.
- You will need to have basic computer skills: be able to send and receive email, install software, and use web browsers and word processing software.
- Your online class may or may not have set class "meeting" times. Some classes will allow you to work entirely at your own schedule. However, all classes will have a set ending date, as well as deadlines along the way that you will need to meet.
- You should be comfortable with trying to solve technical problems on your own, and being open to learning new software. Conversely, you should also be comfortable asking for help if needed!
- Most communication in online classes will be written. You should be comfortable analyzing and discussing ideas in written college-level English.
- Each class will have slightly different requirements. For any questions, please contact your professor.
Read more about minimum computer specifications including information about operating systems, computer speed and processor, internet speed and screensize at teach.itg.emerson.
In case of technical problems, email the Help Desk at Emerson College or call 617-824-8080.
Emerson College reserves the right to change any provision of its programs and courses at any time. The College specifically reserves the right to change its tuition rates and any other financial charges. The College also reserves the right to rearrange its courses and class hours, to drop courses for which registration falls below the minimum enrollment, and to change instructor assignments.