Active Duty Military Members: Want to get ahead in your academic career? Think summer. Five weeks: July 9 – August 10, 2018
Building off the success of our blended, residential program, the Accelerated Summer College (ASC) is proud to offer a second session that is delivered fully online. Students are able to take one or two courses, earning up to eight credits in five weeks.
We have fully optimized an online delivery system that offers you flexible, anywhere learning. Faculty are continuously supported in developing an online experience and learning community that engages you and ensures your success.
ASC can help you lower the cost of your education by helping you get ahead with credit requirements. Active duty military members are eligible to receive discounted tuition of $250 per credit through ASC. There is also a $100 per class fee for course materials. Active duty members may also qualify for tuition assistance.
Total cost for active duty military members enrolled in one class: $1100.
Total cost for active duty military members enrolled in two classes: $2200.
The discount rate is not available for our Blended/Residential session, which runs May 21-June 29, 2018.
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