Live in Illinois? Planning to take a Summer Class at Home? Summer 2012 online courses from the University of Illinois available now

Posted: April 3, 2012 by IUsec in Uncategorized

The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is pleased to offer Summer Session Online 2012 through its Online & Continuing Education (OCE) office. We offer a wide range of full-credit, online courses in many subject areas to graduate, undergraduate, and nondegree students on our campus and around the world. The courses are taught by University of Illinois instructors and most of our courses fulfill general education requirements. A complete list of semester-based and self-paced standalone, online, undergraduate course offerings may be found at

Our online offerings include:

•  Summer 2012 Semester-based Online Courses: We offer a wide variety of undergraduate, eight-week, online course sections during the summer term to allow students to continue learning at home for the summer. Registration opens for semester-based summer online offerings April 11, 2012.

•  Self-paced Online Courses: These are open enrollment courses that are offered throughout the year, summer included. Students may register at any time during the year and have six months to complete the course. Self-paced courses are ideal for students who want to take an active role in their education, learn time management, set goals and meet them as they work toward course completion.

Students who will find all these courses particularly helpful include those who

•    need General Education credits or coursework to complete a degree;
•    can’t get into a course because it’s full;
•    work full-time and need flexibility in their schedule; and
•    are looking for professional development.

Call us at 217-333-1462 for more information. Please feel free to forward this information to anyone you believe will be interested.


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