New Student Summer Registration

 

This form is for unclassified undergraduate students only. This includes non-Rockhurst, non-degree-seeking or visiting students.

Please complete the form below. Your information will not be submitted until you click on the Submit button at the bottom of the form. After submission, you should receive email notification that your completed form was received.

Items in bold are required.

First Name

Preferred First Name

Last Name

Email Address

Phone Number (Include area code)

Course Registration Preferences

Please indicate which summer course(s) you would like to register for. In the comment box below the course list, you will be able to indicate any preferences or priorities you may have. For example, you may want to register for only one course out of the two possible courses you have selected. The comment box is where you can indicate that desire as well as your preferences of one course over another. If there are any prerequisites required for the course/s you have chosen, then you will be contacted by a Rockhurst University academic advisor to obtain prerequisite verification before you can be registered in the chosen course(s).

Summer Session 1

5 Week Courses

These courses begin May 29th and run through June 29th.

On-Campus
  BL 3100, Microbiology, (includes lab) 4 credit hours
  BL 3610, Genetics, (includes lab) 4 credit hours
  CH 2610, General Chemistry I, (includes lab) 4 credit hours
  EN 4170, Teaching of Writing, 3 credit hours
  PH 2800, General Physics I, (includes lab) 4 credit hours
  PL 3100, Ethical Theory, 3 credit hours
  PL 4700, Seminar in Medical Ethics, 3 credit hours

Online
  CJ 1000, Intro Criminal Justice, 3 credit hours
  CT 2010, Interpersonal Communication Module, 1 credit hour
  CT 3700, Health Communication, 3 credit hours
  FR 3871, Immigration Literature and Culture in Contemporary France, 3 credit hours
  HS 1702, World Civilizations Since 1492, 3 credit hours
  MT 1190, Precalculus, 3 credit hours
  MT 1800, Calculus I, 4 credit hours
  PY 3550, Abnormal Behavior, 3 credit hours
  SP 1100, Elementary Spanish I, 4 credit hours
  TH 4190, New Religious Movements, 3 credit hours
  TH 4450, World Religions, 3 credit hours

8 Week Courses

These courses begin May 29th and run through July 20th.

On-Campus
  BL 3030, Human Anatomy & Physiology I, (includes lab) 4 credit hours
  CH 2710, Organic Chemistry I, (includes lab) 4 credit hours
  FN 3000, Essentials of Finance, 3 credit hours
  PL 1100, Reality and Human Existence, 3 credit hours
  PY 2100, Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences, 3 credit hours
  PY 3400, Developmental Psychology, 3 credit hours
  TA 1000, Introduction to Theatre Arts, 3 credit hours

Online
  AC 4800, Fraud Examination, 3 credit hours
  BL 1110, Medical Terminology, 1 credit hour
  BL 2000, Introduction to Research, 2 credit hours
  JN 2000, Introduction to Journalism, 3 credit hours
  MG 3400, The Law of Commercial Transactions, 3 credit hours
  PS 3170, Political Leadership, 3 credit hours
  PY 3600, Psychology of Sexual Behavior, 3 credit hours
  PY 4020, Psychology of Disabilities, 3 credit hours

10 Week Course

This course begins May 29th and runs through August 4rd.

On-Campus
  CT 2000, Fundamentals of Communication, 3 credit hours

Online
  NU 2850, Pathophysiology, 3 credit hours

Summer Session 2

5 Week Courses

These courses begin July 2nd and run through August 3rd.

On-Campus
  BL 3620, Cell Biology, (includes lab) 4 credit hours
  BL 4600, Biotechnology, (includes lab) 3 credit hours
  CH 2630, General Chemistry II, (includes lab) 4 credit hours
  EN 3850, Literature and Cinema, 3 credit hours
  PH 2900, General Physics II, (includes lab) 4 credit hours
  PY 3800, Psychology in Film, 3 credit hours

Online
  PL 4500, Ethical Problems, 3 credit hours
  SP 1150, Elementary Spanish II, 4 credit hours
  TH 4190, New Religious Movements, 3 credit hours
  TH 4375, Christian Theologies of Body, 3 credit hours

Comments

Please indicate any preferences or priorities here as outlined above.