McKendree Online 2021 Spring and Summer Courses

McKendree University is offering enrollment in our online Spring and Summer 2021 classes to anyone – you don’t have to be a McKendree student. Whether you are a college student at another institution, a high school student who wants to get a jump start on college credit, or an adult learner curious about a topic, we have something for you.

Spring Course Dates:

First eight-week courses (S1) begin on January 19 and end on March 12. 

Second eight-week courses (S2) begin on March 15 and end on May 6. 

Full semester courses (SF) begin on January 19 and end on May 6.

Summer Course Dates:

Eight-week courses (U8) begin on June 7 and end on July 30.

Tuition and Fees: Tuition is $390 per credit hour, plus an additional $70 technology fee per credit hour. All courses are 3 credit hours unless noted.

Application Process: Apply online (no fee) at www.mckendree.edu/apply

Questions: Please email online@mckendree.edu or call 618-407-3106, 502-797-4380 or 1-833-317-7236

 

Here is a list of our available UNDERGRADUATE SPRING 2021 / SUMMER 2021 Course Offerings: 

BUSINESS

ACC 205

Principles of Financial Accounting

S1 & U8

ACC 230

Principles of Managerial Accounting

S2

ACC 307

Intermediate Accounting III

S1

ACC 330

Managerial Cost Accounting

S2

ACC 421

Auditing

S1

ACC 431

Research in Accounting Theory

S2

BUS 303

Business Law I

S1 & U8

BUS 310

Quantitative Analysis for Business Decisions

S2

BUS 324

Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility

S2 &U8

BUS 330

Project Management

S1

BUS 410

Management Information Systems

S1

BUS 450

Business Strategy and Policy

S2 & U8

CBD 330

Introduction to Cyber Defense

S2

CBD 332

Cyber Defense Networking

S1

CBD 334

Legal & Ethical Environment of Cyber Defense

S1

CBD 336

Cyber Risk Management & Mitigation

S2

CBD 451

Practicum in Cyber Defense

S2

ECO 211

Principles of Microeconomics

U8

ECO 212

Principles of Macroeconomics

S2 & U8

ENT 301

Theory of Entrepreneurship

S2 & U8

ENT 330

Process of Entrepreneurship

S1

ENT 450

Entrepreneurship Practicum

S2

FIN 306

Consumer Finance

S1

FIN 308

Principles of Business Finance

S2

HRM 411

Talent Management

S1

HRM 430

Benefits and Compensation

S2 & U8

HRM 450

Strategic Human Resource Management

S2

LDR 201

Engaged Leadership

S1

LDR 301

Adaptive Leadership

S2

MGT 204

Principles of Management

S2 & U8

MGT 314

Organizational Behavior

S1 & U8

MGT 334

Human Resources Management

S1

MGT 340

International Business

U8

MGT 354

Business Communication

S1

MGT 376

Operations Management

S2

MKT 205

Principles of Marketing

S1

MKT 305

Consumer Behavior

S2

MKT 330

Principles of Retailing

S2

MKT 340

International Business

U8

MKT 354

Advertising & Promotion

U8

MKT 410

Marketing Research

S2

SCL 316

Supply Chain Management

S1

SCL 318

Logistics

S2

SPM 320

Principles of Sport Management

S1

SPM 354

Sport and the Media

S2

SPM 376

Sport Event & Facility Management

SF

SPM 470

Internship in Sport Management

SF

 

COMPUTING

CSI 120

Computing Concepts & Applications

S1, S2, & U8

CSI 130

Introduction to Computing I            (5 credits)

SF

CSI 215

Introduction to Databases

U8

CSI 230

Introduction to Computing II

SF

CSI 235

Mathematics of Computing

S1

CSI 300

Computer Organization and Architecture

S2

CSI 330

Data Structures & Algorithms

U8

CSI 337

Information Security

U8

CSI 417

Project Management

S2

CSI 497

Senior Seminar I

S1

CSI 498

Senior Seminar II

S2

 

EDUCATION

EDR 410

Adolescent Literature

S1

EDU 403

Middle School: Philosophy/Practices

S1

EDU 404

Early Adolescents & Schooling

S2

SPE 400

Foundations of Special Education     (2 credits)

S1

SPE 420

Collaboration & Consultation in Special Education

S1

SPE 430

Language Development

S2

 

HUMANITIES

COM 100

Fundamentals of Communication

U8

COM 310

Business & Professional Presentations

S1

ENG 111

Academic Writing (4 credits)

U8

ENG 112

Research and Writing

S1 & U8

ENG 237

Coming-of-Age Literature

S2 & U8

ENG 238

The American Dream in Literature

S1 & U8

ENG 360

Interdisciplinary Pro/Tech

S2

PHI 391

Biomedical Ethics

S1

REL 215/315

Religion in the United States

S1, S2, & U8

 

NURSING AND HEALTH PROFESSIONS

NSG 355

Health Policy & Economics

U8

NSG 366

Concepts in Research

S1

NSG 367

Research Applications in Nursing Practice

S2

NSG 404

Diversity in Healthcare Delivery

U8

NSG 471

Concepts of Leadership & Management (4 credits)

S1

NSG 472

Practicum in Leadership & Management

S2 & U8

HPE 158

Health and Wellness

S1 & U8

HPE 212

Drug Education

S2

 

SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS

BIO 101

Introductory Biology (4 credits)

S1 & U8

ES 110

Earth and Astronomical Science

S2 & U8

MTH 105

Intermediate Algebra

S1 & U8

MTH 170

Statistics (4 credits)

S1, S2, & U8

 

SOCIAL SCIENCES

HIS 261

United States History to 1865

S1 & U8

HIS 262

United States History Since 1865

S2

PSI 101

American Politics

S2 & U8

PSY 153

Introduction to Psychology

S1 & U8

PSY 201

Psychology Cornerstone (1 credit)

S1

PSY 259

Child & Adolescent Psychology

S1

PSY 301

Psychological Statistics

SF

PSY 304

Cross Cultural Psychology

S1 & U8

PSY 305

Forensic Psychology

S2

PSY 315

Abnormal Psychology

S1 & U8

PSY 320

Military Psychology

S1

PSY 330/ ABA 330

Basic Principles of Applied Behavioral Analysis

S2

PSY 370

Psychology of Human Sexuality

S1

PSY 396

Research Methods

S2 & U8

PSY 398

Ethics in Research and Therapy

S2 & U8

PSY 401

Social Psychology

S1 & S2

PSY 405

Industrial/Organizational Psychology

S2

PSY 450

Clinical & Counseling Psychology

S2

PSY 465

Sports & Health Psychology

S2 & U8

PSY 496

Senior Thesis

SF

PSY 498

Senior Survey in Psychology

S1

SOC 150

Introduction to Sociology

S2 & U8

SOC 235

Correctional Institutions

S2

SOC 360

Race and Ethnic Relations

U8

SOC 371

Sociology of Deviance

S2

SOC 401

Social Psychology

S1 &S2

SOC 496

Methods of Sociological Research

SF

 

VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS 

ART 100

Art Appreciation

S2 & U8

MUS 165

Music Appreciation

S1

 

Fall Course Dates:

S1 = First eight-week courses begin on January 19 and end on March 12. 

S2 = Second eight-week courses begin on March 15 and end on May 6.

SF = Full semester courses begin on January 19 and end on May 6.

U8 = Eight-week courses begin on June 7 and end on July 30.

 

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