Clarkson University is offering a variety of graduate summer courses online for 2020. Graduate students who are already enrolled in one of our graduate degree programs, as well as those qualified but not currently enrolled in a Clarkson graduate degree program are eligible to take courses. Some courses require specific prerequisites, which is noted in our Course Catalog.
How to Enroll
The process for enrolling in any summer 2020 online courses is slightly different for current Clarkson graduate students and those who have not previously enrolled in Clarkson graduate courses.
- Current Clarkson graduate students can contact their SAS representative directly to make enrollment plans.
- Non-enrolled students can contact Student Administrative Services, firstname.lastname@example.org, to make enrollment plans
Students who wish to take a course or two at Clarkson (but not enroll in a degree program) will need to complete a non-matriculated student application, and pay a $50 non-refundable administrative fee to assure course enrollment activity and/or transcript release. Students wishing to enroll in graduate level courses (500 level or higher) can complete the form online; students wishing to enroll in undergraduate level courses (001-499 level courses) should download the form, here.
*Students excluded from the $50 administrative fee include cross-registered students, Clarkson employees, Beacon River Institute Summer students, and Exchange program students.
Below you'll find the list of our graduate course options offered either during Summer Session I (May 25 - June 27), Summer Session II (July 6 - August 8), 10 Week Session (May 25 – August 8), MAT Session (June 29 – July 31) or Trimester Session (May 18 – August 28). The course catalog will be continuously updated, so please check back often to find the course you are seeking or contact the appropriate academic department to request a course be offered. The course catalog will be continuously updated, so please check back often to find the course you are seeking or contact the appropriate academic department to request a course be offered.