Catch up or get ahead with summer classes

While the heart of any school is the traditional academic year, Mount Ida College creates learning opportunities through summer classes. These classes from a variety of programs are available to you as a community member, as one of our own students and as someone studying at another college or university, who has come home to the Boston area for the summer and would like to earn additional credits and transfer them toward graduation at your school.

Why take summer classes with us?

First of all, you don’t have to be earning a degree here to enroll in summer classes. Everyone is welcome. Next, we offer flexible and convenient options, so you can choose take summer classes online or at our Newton, Massachusetts, campus – with easy access from Boston and surrounding communities. Plus, you can save money, by taking advantage of our career-focused summer classes for $450 per credit hour. That’s a significant discount over tuition costs during the regular school year. We invite you to learn more about our two summer sessions offering undergraduate and graduate courses. Summer is a great time to make Mount Ida a part of your life. Our friendly, inclusive community of students welcome you.


2015 summer session schedule

You can choose from summer classes in a variety of programs, including applied sciences, business, design and social sciences and humanities academic programs with more than 60 courses. Most summer classes are three credit hours. Check out the dates, times and other summer class details to see how Mount Ida’s Summer Session fits your schedule:

Summer Session I On-campus summer classes lasting 6 weeks May 13 – June 23, 2015

Online Summer Session I Online summer classes lasting 8 weeks May 13 – July 7, 2015

Summer Session II On-campus summer classes lasting 6 weeks June 24 – August 4, 2015

Online Summer Session II Online summer classes lasting 8 weeks June 24 – August 18, 2015 Mount Ida features easy access from local highways or public transit.

Use these driving directions or public transportation instructions to reach our campus. You are also welcome to use our free campus shuttle from Newton Center.

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