Category: General Education

Summer plans??

Summer class enrollment remains open and available. Taking a summer class can assist with getting pre-reqs complete, freeing up time during your Fall and Spring semesters and getting you closer to graduation.
As you consider your summer options, if taking a class is on your list we have some to offer in the COB. All courses will be taught online (asynchronously).


Track A (runs May 10-June 24)

  • BUS1100:  Introduction to Business (CRN 52288)
  • EC2001:  Principles of Economics (CRN 51143)
  • EC3100:  International Economics (CRN 50302)
  • FIN3000:  Principles of Finance (CRN 51389)
  • MKT3000:  Principles of Marketing (CRN 51398)
  • OSM4300:  Project Management (CRN 51926)

Track B (runs July 28-Aug 12)

  • ACC2000:  Accounting Principles 1 (CRN 52290)
  • MGT3000:  Organizational Behavior (CRN 52291)
  • MGT4600:  Management of Technology and Innovation (CRN 52289)
  • MIS2000:  IS/IT Management (CRN 51647)
  • OSM3000:  Operations and Supply Chain Management (CRN 51399)

MTU offers a variety of summer course options, many general education and math are taught online (asynchronous and synchronous).
The schedule is available here


Co-curricular (PE) Repeatability for 0.5 credit courses approved

In effort to provide more options for students at this time, University General Education Council has approved the repeatability of 0.5-unit co-curricular courses up to 1.0 unit to count toward the General Education Co-Curricular requirement.  See co-curricular approved courses online here.

This means that any 0.5-unit co-curricular course on the General Education list may be used twice effective fall 2020 for all undergraduate students.  
1.0 unit co-curricular course may still be used only once for the Co-Curricular requirement; that has not changed.