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As a JMU student, you know about resilience and the importance of taking your future into your own hands. Strengthen your position and ability to bounce back by continuing to build or expand your skill set while taking a class this summer. Find something that suits your needs from 4, 6, 8 and 10 week courses, plus in-person, asynchronous or synchronous course instruction.

Since there are many benefits to taking a summer course, the CoB is offering a wide variety of classes for you to choose from. You could:

  • Open up future semesters to complete a minor, concentration, study abroad or get further involved on campus
  • Avoid falling behind due to changing your major 
  • Boost your GPA by repeating a course that you need to retake
  • Get a general education class out of the way or take a prerequisite
  • Expand your horizons - take a class that you would not otherwise be exposed to

Registration for summer classes opens Monday, March 28, 2022. 

You can review the entire JMU summer schedule of courses with specific details and register for courses in MyMadison

Questions regarding summer courses and registration may be directed to the CoB Advising and Support Center at cobasc@jmu.edu.

The following list of courses is current as of March 24, 2022
AACSB
  • ACTG 244 - ACCOUNTING: NONBUSINESS MAJORS
  • BUS 160 - BUS DECIS MODERN SOCIETY
  • CIS 204 - CIS FUNDAMENTALS NON-BUS MAJ
  • CIS 221 - PRINCIPLES OF PROGRAMMING
  • CIS 301 - CLOUD SERVER MANAGEMENT
  • CIS 330 - DATABASE DESIGN & APPLICATION
  • CIS 425 - DEFENSIVE CYBERSECURITY
  • CIS 484 - INFO SYS DEV AND IMPLEMENT
  • CIS 498 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN CIS
  • COB 191 - BUSINESS ANALYTICS I
  • COB 202 - INTERPERSONAL SKILLS
  • COB 204 - COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS
  • COB 241 - FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
  • COB 242 - MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
  • COB 291 - BUSINESS ANALYTICS II
  • COB 318 - LEGAL & ETHICAL ENVIR BUSINESS
  • COB 487 - STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT
  • ECON 122 - INTRO TO AN ECONOMIC TOPIC
  • ECON 200 - INTRODUCTION TO MACROECON
  • ECON 201 - INTRODUCTION TO MICROECON
  • ECON 270 - INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS
  • ECON 331 - INTERMED MICROECONOMIC THEORY
  • ECON 332 - INTERMED MACROECONOMIC THEORY
  • ECON 365 - ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 
  • ECON 385 - ECONOMETRICS
  • ECON 405 - POLITICAL ECONOMY
  • ECON 488 - SR CAPSTONE SEMINAR IN ECON
  • FIN 310 - PRINCIPLES OF REAL ESTATE
  • FIN 345 - FINANCE FUNDAMENTALS
  • FIN 360 - ANALYTICAL METHODS IN FINANCE
  • FIN 365 - INTERMEDIATE FINANCIAL MGT
  • FIN 371 - PRINCIPLES OF INVESTMENTS
  • IB 294 - INTERNSHIP ABROAD
  • IB 298 - SPEC TOPICS IN INTER BUSINESS
  • MGT 460 - EMPLOYMENT LAW
  • MGT 472 - NEW VENTURE CREATION
  • MKTG 380 - PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING
  • MKTG 385 - CONSUMER BEHAVIOR
  • MKTG 460 - GLOBAL MARKETING
  • MKTG 462 - INTERNATIONAL LOGISTICS
  • MKTG 490 - SPECIAL STUDIES IN MARKETING
  • MKTG 494 - MARKETING INTERNSHIP
  • MKTG 498 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN MARKETING 
Hart School
  • HM 202 - FOUNDATIONS LEADERSHIP HSRM
  • HM 211 - OVERVIEW OF HOSP & TOUR MGT 
  • HM 212 - HOSPITALITY PROWESS
  • HM 298 - SPEC STUDIES HOSPITALITY MGT
  • HM 402 - SUPERVISORY HOSPITALITY INTERN 
  • HM 414 - BEVERAGE MGT & MKTG
  • HM 419 - NAPA & SONOMA WINE AND CULTURE
  • HM 422 - HOSPITALITY HR MANAGEMENT 
  • HM 442 - HOSPITALITY SEMINAR
  • HM 444 - SUPERVISORY HOSPITALITY INTERN 
  • HM 490 - SPECIAL STUDIES IN HTM
  • SRM 202 - FOUNDATIONS LEADERSHIP HSRM
  • SRM 241 - INTRO SPORT & RECREATION MGT
  • SRM 282 - PRACTICUM IN SPORT & REC
  • SRM 330 - HISTORY OF SPORT AND REC
  • SRM 333 - MANAGEMENT IN SPORT & REC
  • SRM 334 - INTRODUCTION TO SPORT MEDIA
  • SRM 337 - PROG & ASSMT IN SPORT AND REC
  • SRM 434 - ETHICAL & LEGAL ISSUES IN SRM
  • SRM 435 - SPORT MARKETING AND SALES
  • SRM 438 - HUMAN RESOURCES IN SRM
  • SRM 440 - SPORT AND REC MGMT SEMINAR 
  • SRM 482 - INTERNSHIP IN SPORT & REC MGMT
  • SRM 490 - SPECIAL STUDIES SRM

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