Saint Joseph’s College offers a variety of summer programs including accelerated hybrid (online/onsite) courses through which online students can experience our beautiful lakeside campus in Southern Maine! These offerings range from non-credit to undergraduate and graduate level. Looking to earn credits over the summer? Reserve your spot by April 30.
Business:Five-week (3-credit) graduate and undergraduate hybrid courses. Courses run June 23 to July 28, with one week onsite in July.
Education: Six-week (3-credit) graduate hybrid courses. Courses run June 23 to August 4, with one week onsite in July.
General Education: Five-week (3-credit) undergraduate hybrid courses. Courses run June 23 to July 28, with one week onsite in July.
Healthcare Administration: Five-week (3-credit) undergraduate and graduate hybrid courses. Courses run June 23 to July 28, with one week onsite in July.
Theology:Six-week (3-credit) undergraduate and graduate hybrid courses. Courses run June 23 to August 4, with one week onsite in July.
Study in Granada, Spain: Opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to earn credits toward their degree. A non-credit option for study of Catholic culture and history is also available.
CPA Workshops:Designed for accounting professionals seeking continuing education credits to meet licensure requirements. Workshops offered in May, August, and September.
Advanced Placement Summer Institute: Training from College Board-certified Advanced Placement consultants for new and experienced AP teachers offered for one week on campus in July.
"The on-campus Summer Session can be used as an option to accelerate your degree. It can also be an excuse for a mini-family vacation in Maine! And it most certainly will enrich your study experience, with friendships and memories to last a lifetime. I completed my own degree more quickly and economically thanks to the Summer Theology Program. I enjoyed all the benefits of the same excellent online instructors that Saint Joseph’s offers, plus the intimacy of direct classroom discussion, as well as downtime together with fellow students over reading, following Mass, or while breakin’ a lobsta ta-getha! -Steven Sarnecki '20