University Students Can Earn Transferable Credits this Summer at RichmondCC
University students coming home for the summer can get ahead on their college credits by taking classes this summer at Richmond Community College.
RichmondCC summer classes include many transferable general education courses, which means these students can take challenging science, math, literature, history and government classes in a smaller college setting with more individualized attention. General education credits earned at RichmondCC will transfer to their home university and count toward their bachelor’s degree.
“Taking advantage of summer classes at Richmond Community College is a great way for students attending four-year colleges and universities to achieve their academic goals,” Vice President for Instruction Kevin Parsons said. “Our summer schedule is packed with general education courses that will transfer to North Carolina public universities. Also, university students who take summer classes at RichmondCC, where tuition is more affordable, can save some money while getting ahead on their college education.”
A majority of RichmondCC’s summer classes are offered online, so university students not coming home can still complete them and earn transferable credits.
Here are some of the transferable general education courses that will be offered this summer at RichmondCC:
- General Biology I & II (ONLINE)
- Anatomy & Physiology I
- Statistics (ONLINE)
- Art Appreciation (ONLINE)
- Micro & Macroeconomics (ONLINE)
- American Literature I (ONLINE)
- Precalculus Trigonometry (ONLINE)
- College Physics I
- British Literature II (ONLINE)
- American History I & II (ONLINE)
- Introduction to Old Testament (ONLINE)
- Introduction to New Testament (ONLINE)
- Introduction to Ethics (ONLINE)
- General Psychology (ONLINE)
- Introduction to Sociology (ONLINE)
- Sociology of the Family (ONLINE)
- American Government (ONLINE)
- World Civilizations I & II (ONLINE)
- Public Speaking (ONLINE)
- Spanish I & II (ONLINE)
Summer registration is now open to new and current students. Apply online or call (910) 410-1700 for more information.