Professional and Graduate Studies

Summer Courses

at Albertus Magnus College

We have expanded our summer offerings in the Division of Professional & Graduate Studies. Our summer courses are conveniently offered in the evenings or online.

Eight-Week Session - We offer an 8-week session (May 26 - July 18) of undergraduate and graduate courses that meet either in a blended or fully online format. (A blended course is defined as one in-class meeting per week and one online meeting per week.) Most in-class sessions meet in the evening from 5:30 p.m. to 7:50 p.m.

Six-Week Session - Our 6-week session (June 8 - July 15) is composed of undergraduate courses that meet fully online. Tuition for our 6-week online session is competitively priced at $1,000 per three credit course (plus an $18 technology fee).

How do I Choose a Class and Register for it?

Please refer to the links below to look up classes that we are offering for the summer 2015. If you are a visiting student interested in registering, simply complete the Application Form Here and the Registration Form Here. If you need assistance, please dial (203) 773-8505 at any time. Applications may be emailed to ddammling@albertus.edu, faxed to (203) 773-5257,or handed to us in person (The Division of Professional and Graduate Studies, Aquinas Hall, Albertus Magnus College).

Whether you're a current Albertus student or a visiting student, you'll find a variety of courses to suit your academic interests. Discover all you can accomplish this summer at Albertus!

Below is a table showing the session formats and dates.

For complete Summer Class Schedules:

8-Week

Session:
8-Week

Session:
6-Week

Session:
Undergraduate Graduate Undergraduate
Online
Register Register Register
(Visiting Students
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(Graduate Visiting Students
Welcome)
(Visiting Students
Welcome)
May 26 - July 18 May 26 - July 18 June 8 - July 15

*Visiting students are defined as those who are interested in registering for a course(s) and not applying to a degree program (must be at least a high school graduate).

Tuition & Payments

To pay for your class or classes, please fill-out the payment information on the Registration Form and either email it to ddammling@albertus.edu, fax it to (203) 773-5257,or hand it to us in person (The Division of Professional and Graduate Studies, Aquinas Hall, Albertus Magnus College). Payments may also be taken by phone in the business office at (203) 786-3025. (Please send the application form and registration form to us before making payment.)

Tuition for our Summer 2015 courses is listed below:

8-week Undergraduate classes beginning in May

$1,482 per 3 credit course plus $18 technology

6-week Undergraduate online classes beginning in June

$1000 per 3 credit course plus $18 technology fee

8-week Graduate classes beginning in May

Master of Fine Arts in Writing
$4,120 per 4-credit course plus $24 technology fee

Master of Arts in Leadership
$2,406 per 3-credit course plus $18 technology fee

Master of Arts in Liberal Studies
$1,878 per 3-credit course plus $18 technology fee

Master of Business Administration
$2,406 per 3-credit course plus $18 technology fee

Master of Science in Accounting
$2,406 per 3-credit course plus $18 technology fee

Master of Science in Criminal Justice
$2,406 per 3-credit course plus $18 technology fee

Master of Science in Human Services
$1,878 per 3-credit course plus $18 technology fee

Master of Science in Education
$1,878 per 3-credit course plus $18 technology fee

Master of Science in Organizational Leadership
$2,406 per 3-credit course plus $18 technology fee

Refund Policy

For information about the refund policy click here.

Contact Us

Mailing Address:
Albertus Magnus College
Division of Professional and Graduate Studies
700 Prospect Street
New Haven, CT 06511

Fax Number:
(203) 773-5257

Office Number:
(203) 773-8505

Email Address:
ddammling@albertus.edu

Directions to Campus:

Our Main Campus is located at 700 Prospect Street; however, to access the parking lot that leads to Aquinas Hall, please use the address 305 Huntington Street, New Haven, Connecticut 06511. Turn into the parking lot, and drive straight through until you see a building with a glass atrium in front of you (Aquinas Hall). There will be a building on the right with a St. Albert the Great statue in front.

Albertus Magnus College is easily reached by major highways from anywhere in the Northeast and is convenient to Greater New Haven and the shoreline via I-91, I-95 and the Wilbur Cross Parkway.

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Questions?

If you have any questions, please call us at (203) 773-8505.