NORTH NEWTON, KAN. – Bethel College is doubling its online course offering – from three to six – for summer term 2011.
Beginning Tuesday, May 31, and continuing for eight weeks, through July 26, the following courses will be available online: World Literature I, with Ami Regier, professor of English; U.S. History I, with Nicholas Krehbiel, visiting assistant professor of history; Music Appreciation, with Timothy Shade, instructor of music; Art Appreciation, with Rachel Epp Buller, adjunct professor of art; Intermediate Algebra, with Lisa Janzen Scott, assistant professor of mathematics and education; and Macroeconomics, with Noreen Templin, adjunct instructor of economics.
The literature, history, music, art and macroeconomics courses meet Bethel’s Common Ground curriculum distribution requirements, while the algebra class meets the mathematics competency requirement.
Courses are worth 3 credit hours with tuition at a reduced rate of $200 per credit hour. For course descriptions, go to www.bethelks.edu/academics/, where guest students can also enroll online (current students should enroll through their advisers).
You may also visit Bethel’s Office of the Registrar, Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-4 p.m., or contact Kay Schmidt, associate registrar, at 316-284-5285.