Summer Courses Online

Accelerate Your Degree with Claflin University's Online
Short Summer Courses.

  • Flexible schedules to fit your summer plans—learn anytime from anywhere.
  • Expert instructors, interactive coursework, and personalized support for every student.
  • Special discount tuition -- $451.00 per credit hour -- an unbeatable value 
  • Take classes from Claflin’s world-class faculty and earn credit hours in our nationally accredited academic programs.


Summer Term Iruns from May 13 to June 18, with registration closing on May 14.

Summer Term II is set from June 24 to July 30, with the last day to register on June 25, 2024.

Not at Claflin student? 
Please contact

Syed Hasnain
Director of Online Education
Claflin University
400 Magnolia Street
Orangeburg, SC 29115

Summer I 2024

Advanced Care Management I-Adults
African American Heritage
Afro-Hispanic Literatures
American Government
Biology Health & The Environment
Black Music
Business Communications
Business Finance
Business Internship
Business Policy & Strategy
Business Statistics
Civil Rights & Black Nationalism
College Algebra
Contemporary Economic Issues
Correctional Systems
Cross-Cultural Psychology
Cultures of the African Diaspora
Death & Dying
Developmental Psychology
Elementary Spanish I
Elementary Spanish II
English Composition I
English Composition II
Financial Accounting
Financial Management in Nursing
Fundamentals of Programming
Health Communities
Health Policy and Advocacy
Health Promotion Across Lifespan
Human Resource Management
Improving Community Health
International Business
Internship in Sports Management
Introduction to Biblical Literature
Introduction to Criminal Justice
Introduction to Gender Studies
Introduction to Philosophy
Introduction to Psychology
Introduction to Sociology
Introduction to the Black Church Ex
Issues in Secondary Education
Jazz History
Juvenile Delinquency

Summer Term II 2024

Abnormal Psychology
African America Women's History
Afro-Hispanic Literatures
Alcohol & Drugs
Calculus I
Civil Rights & Black Nationalism
Computer Systems
Counseling & Therapy
Early Child Intervent and Inclusion
Elementary Spanish II
History of Psychology
Introd to African American Studies
Introduction to African Studies
Introduction to Biblical Literature
Introduction to Gender Studies
Introduction to Philosophy
Introduction to Psychology
Lowcountry in the Atlantic World
Managerial Accounting
Media Law & Ethics
Narratives and Documentaries
Probability and Statistics
Professional Internship I
Public Speaking
Survey of World History II
Women in Religion

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