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Summer Course Options

‘Summer at Home’ Courses: Remote Study at Your Pace

Mitchell’s Summer at Home program offers enrolled students the opportunity to take online courses through a partnership with Acadeum, a course-sharing consortium.

Cost per Course: $1,350
Duration: Varies from 3 to 8 weeks, depending on course
Credits: All Summer at Home courses are 3 credits
Schedule: Courses are asynchronous (self-paced)
Registration Deadline: Students are required to complete online registration one week prior to class start date to allow adequate time for the course registration process.
Support: Learning support will be available for all Summer at Home students, free of charge.

NOTE: During the course registration process you will need to complete a Summer at Home Agreement Form and email it to the Registrar’s Office, Registrar@Mitchell.edu.

Summer 2024 Course Offerings
Course Name Dates Offered LMS Mitchell Course Equivalent

Close Relationships

5/27/24-7/7/24

Moodle

PY199

Digital Photography II

5/27/24-7/19/24

Moodle

AR380

General Psych

5/20/24-7/5/24

Moodle

PY105

Human Resources

7/24/24-8/3/24

Moodle

BU321

Personal and Community Health

6/3/24-7/27/24

Moodle

PE222

Persuasion

5/27/24-7/19/24

Moodle

CO346

Principles of Leadership

6/3/24-7/27/24

Moodle

BU240

Small Group Communication

6/4/24-7/15/24

TBD

CO302

The Human Body

5/27/24-7/19/24

Moodle

BI199

U.S. History I

5/27/24-7/19/24

Moodle

HI105

Only Mitchell College students are eligible to take Summer at Home courses.

Summer Course Options

QUESTIONS?

Contact the Registrar at:
860-701-5019 or registrar@mitchell.edu

Summer MiniMester: 2-Week Online Courses

MiniMesters offer a unique opportunity to take a college course in a compressed timeframe. Accelerate your degree, catch up on credits to graduate on time, or explore an interest outside of your area of study. MiniMester courses are offered 100% online for convenience and flexibility.

Mitchell students have the potential to earn 3 credits per course, for up to 6 additional credits per year during the two MiniMester sessions, offered in January and May. (Due to the rigor of the coursework, students may only take one class per MiniMester session.) Students should discuss their choice of class with an Academic Advisor before registering online.

Summer Internship

Dates: May 13–August 2, 2024 

Internships offered outside of the traditional fall and spring semester are available in the Winter and Summer internship sessions.

Session Information

Internship Tuition:
$1,350 for 3 credits
$2,700 for 6 credits 

Early Registration Discount: $200 OFF if you register by April 12 
Last Day to Enroll: May 14, noon
Last Day to Withdraw with “W” Grade: July 15, noon

NOTE: Students must have permission from the Office of Integrative Career Development (ICD) to sign up for an internship prior to registering online.

Internship scheduling will be determined by the instructor. Regardless of the actual length of an internship, courses encompass the entire 13 weeks and all hours/paperwork/grades are officially submitted in August.

Contact: Paul Dunn at dunn_p@mitchell.edu, 860-701-7739

Summer Internship Options

SUMMER INTERNSHIP SESSION (May 13–August 2, 2024)
Course # Internship Name Course Description Instructor Hours Required Credits
IN450 Internship I

Prerequisites: Junior or Senior standing and prior arrangements with student's advisor and the ICD Coordinator.

Internships offer practical career-related skills and training and are considered a valuable part of a Mitchell education. The Internship I course will require students to take a leadership role in their professional career by obtaining and completing a 100-hour internship that will demonstrate the interpersonal skills and abilities they have acquired throughout their course of study. Students will choose a fieldwork experience with a company or corporation, human service organization, institution, or educational setting. The internship is supported asynchronously by an instructor, and includes check-ins, journal submissions, resume enhancement, and an evaluation from an on-site internship supervisor. 

Jennifer Mauro 100 3
IN452 Internship III

Prerequisites: Junior or Senior standing and prior arrangements with student's advisor and the ICD Coordinator.

Internships offer practical career-related skills and training and are considered a valuable part of a Mitchell education. The Internship III course allows students to complete a 200-hour internship that will demonstrate the interpersonal skills and abilities they have acquired throughout their course of study. Students will choose a fieldwork experience with a company or corporation, human service organization, institution, or educational setting. The internship is supported asynchronously by an instructor, and includes check-ins, journal submissions, resume enhancement, and an evaluation from an on-site internship supervisor. 

Jennifer Mauro 200 6