Whether you are committed to seeking a degree, exploring your options, or pursuing enrichment for professional and personal reasons, society needs your impactful leadership more than ever.

You’ll find a host of relevant course options in the School of Education & Human Development’s Summer Session. Courses are offered in a variety of formats, primarily online, so you can customize a schedule that works for you. Choose a course or two and participate from anywhere in the world.

Highlighted Graduate Courses

Lead in online teaching

  • INTE 5360: Critical Digital Pedagogy
  • INTE 7100: Professional Learning & Technology

Excel in diverse teaching environments

  • SPED 5300: Collaboration
  • SPED 5000: Universal Design for Learning
  • SPED 5151: Slashing Stigmas 

Be part of the movement in early childhood education

  • ECED 6340: Messing about with STEM

Thinking about pursuing an advanced degree?

Start as a non-degree grad student with these options

  • MTED 5070: (Re)Humanizing Mathematics Teaching and Learning
  • UEDU 5240: Culture of Education Policy
  • UEDU 5660: History of Schooling in the United States

Undergraduates – finish your core curriculum and move forward in your major!

PrefixCourse #TitleInstruction ModeCore Requirement
HDFR - Human Development & Family Relations2080Sex, Human Development and Family SystemsOnlineBehavioral Sciences
HDFR - Human Development & Family Relations3020Black and Latino Children in Families and SchoolsOnlineCultural Diversity
LCRT - Responsive Literacy Education2000Rebels, Villains, & Superheroes: How Children's Literature Shapes Our IdentitiesOnlineHumanities
HDFR - Human Development & Family Relations1000Global Human Development & LearningOnlineInternational Perspectives
HDFR - Human Development & Family Relations3250Families in Global PerspectivesOnlineInternational Perspectives
HDFR - Human Development & Family Relations1080Lifespan Issues in Family ViolenceOnlineSocial Sciences
HDFR - Human Development & Family Relations2200Love, Family and Human DevelopmentOnlineSocial Sciences


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