Enrichment Classes – Now Enrolling for Summer Term
Central Penn College is offering 30 online courses that community members can audit on a non-credit basis as part of our summer Enrichment Program. It’s a great way to gain an incredible amount of knowledge at little cost!
Participants can choose from a wide variety of subjects, including business, marketing, communications, criminal justice, legal studies, mathematics and more.
There are three levels of Enrichment participation:
- Audit – participants can simply audit the course where no work is required.
- Certificate of Completion – they can earn a certificate of completion by earning a passing grade on the discussion board assignments.
- Earn Credit – they can complete the course in its entirety (with a grade of C or higher) and then transfer the course into a Central Penn degree program by paying the current credit hour fee within two terms of completion. The credit hour fee is $494 per credit hour.
Textbooks are optional for most courses, but are highly recommended. Some courses have a Course Material fee, which is required. These courses are noted on the application.
The deadline to sign up is July 5. Participants are limited to one course, and there is a $25 registration fee.
If you have any further questions, please contact EnrichmentProgram@centralpenn.edu.
“As a full time working mom considering starting a master’s program, I was beyond excited at the opportunity to take an enrichment course; eager to see if I was ready for my next challenge. As I dove into the coursework, I was immediately able to start applying the new concepts I was learning into my daily work life. The professor was very professional and prompt with replies on any questions or concerns I had with the course. Overall, my experience with Central Penn’s enrichment program was overwhelmingly positive, if given the opportunity again, I would do it in a heartbeat!”-Allie Kipple, Enrichment Participant Spring 2020
- Introduction to Business
- Fundamentals of Selling
- Spreadsheet Applications
- Principles of Management
- Consumer Behavior
- Human Resources
- Strategic Planning and Marketing Communications
- Operations Management
- Business Policy Formulation
- Business Marketing
- Personal Financial Management
- Survey of Mass Communications
- Introduction to Human Communications
- Criminal Justice
- Juvenile Justice: Alternatives to Incarceration
- Societal Changes in Victimology
- Homeland Security Management
- Foundations in Law
- Employment Law
- Business Law
- Basic Algebra
- College Algebra
- Basic Nutrition
- Holistic Health
- Internet Programming I
- Cyber Ethics