Summer Credit Courses

TeacherSUMMER 2020 @ WCCC

Washington County Community College (WCCC) is proud to offer credit courses during the 2020 summer. 

WCCC will begin an online summer session with the first courses starting the week of May 18. Summer Session II classes will start July 1. Registration is open and will continue through the start of classes.

Many courses have no prerequisites and are open to high school students, adults thinking about returning to college, and community members.  Tuition and fees at WCCC are among the lowest in New England. If you are interested in registering, please read the information, below, on how to register.

If you have questions or need assistance, please call Donna Geel at (207) 454-1013 or email at dgeel@wccc.me.edu. 

NON-DEGREE STUDENTS-NOT ENROLLED AT WCCC
 If you are not currently enrolled in a degree program and wish to take courses for personal enrichment, professional growth, exploring a course, or getting a head in your fall of 2020 studies, please use this registration form

HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
 If you’ll be a high school student in the fall of 2020, and you’d like to enroll in one or more of our summer courses, please use this registration form.

RECENTLY GRADUATED HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Congratulations! If you would like to participate in our Class of 2020 free course, you can learn more about the program here or complete the registration form.

WCCC CURRENT DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS
 If you a current WCCC student enrolled in a degree program, please login to MyWCCC to register online for summer courses.

To view all WCCC courses, please visit courses.

Credit Course Offerings:

Tuition and fees apply

Education 215—Learning & the Brain
This course is an overview of the human brain and a study of how recent advances in technology and brain research are revolutionizing our understanding of how the brain learns. Students will learn to develop and implement strategies to enhance student learning by teaching with the brain in mind.

  • June 22 – July 22
  • Online Course
  • 3 credits

Business 110—Introduction to Business
This course will survey the business management functions found in modern organizational environs to provide a foundation for understanding the interrelations of the various facets of business organizations.

  • July 1 – August 28
  • Online Course
  • 3 credits

English 101—College Composition
This course provides an introduction to academic writing. Students will study and practice standard rhetorical modes through frequent writing assignment and critical analysis of reading selections. This course emphasizes writing as a process of drafting, revising, rewriting, and proofreading. It also provides an introduction to information literacy. Students will study and practice locating, evaluating, integrating, and documenting sources in MLA style. Prerequisite: ENG 098 passed with a C or better or satisfactory scores on the reading and writing placement tests. The successful student will have basic skills in keyboarding and electronic document editing.

  • July 1 – August 28
  • Online Course
  • 3 credits

Psychology 101—Introduction to Psychology

This course is an introduction in the discipline of psychology. The student will be able to define and describe the science of psychology and demonstrate knowledge of theoretical issues, psychological processes, and mechanisms of behavior.

  • July 1 – August 28
  • Online Course
  • 3 credits

Psychology 207—Developmental Psychology

This course provides an introduction to academic writing. Students will study and practice standard rhetorical modes through frequent writing assignment and critical analysis of reading selections. This course emphasizes writing as a process of drafting, revising, rewriting, and proofreading. It also provides an introduction to information literacy. Students will study and practice locating, evaluating, integrating, and documenting sources in MLA style. Prerequisite: ENG 098 passed with a C or better or satisfactory scores on the reading and writing placement tests. The successful student will have basic skills in keyboarding and electronic document editing.

  • July 1 – August 28
  • Online Course
  • 3 credits

Education 240—Perspectives on Children with Autism, ADD, and ED
Perspectives on Children with Autism, Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), and Emotional Disabilities (ED). This course will focus on recognizing the characteristics of Autism, Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Emotional Disabilities (ED). Learners will apply strategies for working with students diagnosed with Autism, ADD and/or ED, which will include information on sensory diets and identifying local resources. Learners will examine and analyze some of the myths and misconceptions surrounding Autism, ADD, and ED by participating in a complex debate with peers. Prerequisite: EDU102 or by permission.

  • July 27 – August 28
  • Online Course
  • 3 credits

For more information on programs, admissions, financial aid, or to register, please call (207) 454-1000. 

WCCC offers federal, state, and institutional aid and scholarships to eligible students in paying tuition, fees, books, and supplies. Contact WCCC’s Financial Aid Office at (207) 454-1078 for more information or click on Financial Aid .