Duquesne Summer Session: Courses, Seminars, Camps and More
Duquesne University will offer learning opportunities in more than 500 academic courses, study abroad and certificate programs this summer.
Thirteen sessions, ranging from three to 12 weeks, beginning in May, June and July, provide current Duquesne students and visiting students on-campus, online and study abroad opportunities with options in Budapest, Beijing, London and Paris.
Registration is open for credit classes, as well as for certificate programs such as one allowing participants to become paralegals in 12 weeks, June through August.
Free summer housing is a bonus offered to Duquesne students who have lived on campus in the spring and will be returning as campus residents in the fall.
Besides offering academic and certificate programs, Duquesne's summer schedule holds interest for younger students, with reading classes and literacy development and clinics.Kids also have the chance to participate in soccer and football camps.
For more information, visit www.duq.edu/summer.
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