Welcome to MCLA Summer 2014
This year MCLA has expanded the number and range of fully online courses to support both MCLA and non-MCLA students. In addition, there are a number of day/evening and hybrid courses - including our popular science series. Summer 2014 courses are designed for a range of students.
We also offer a number of summer professional development and non-credit options.
The summer sessions include the following dates:
May 27 - July 3
July 7 - August 14
June 23 - July 31
To view all Summer Courses
** To review a list of courses that meet your specific needs, click a category below **
Fully Online Courses
An inventory of fully online courses designed for both MCLA and non-MCLA students who need the flexibility of fully online courses that will fit into busy summer schedules. Complete these courses from any location that your summer travels take you.
Current MCLA student
Our summer sessions are a perfect time to meet your requirements or take a class that you may not have had time for in the regular academic year. We offer traditional and online classes.
New to MCLA
For students who aren't enrolled at MCLA, our summer course schedule can help you fulfill requirements at your primary institution. We offer an assortment of highly transferable courses, including laboratory science and math. Students who will be returning to another school should complete a transcript request form.
If you're an adult thinking about earning a bachelor's degree, our summer college has many options to suit your demanding lifestyle.
We designed our summer offerings to maximize your experience. Educators seeking an administrative license (in both MA and NY) can do so by participating in the MCLA Leadership Academy.
Educators seeking to earn a Certificate of Advanced Gradulate Study (CAGS) can do so by participating in the MCLA Summer CAGS residency.
Students seeking to work towards a Professional Masters in Business Administration (PMBA) can participate in summer courses.
High school student
Get a head start on college by taking a highly transferable college course.
For additional information, please contact the Registrar's Office at 413.662.5216