Summer Science Courses

Register online: apply
Early bird discount: $813 per credit through April 1, 2017
Discounted summer tuition: $863 per credit
Morning lecture series will include a break for a morning snack (provided)


  • Complete each four-credit science course in one month
  • Fewer distractions
  • More access to professor- optimal student/professor ratio
  • Collaboration and small class size
  • These courses are needed for many pre-professional careers


New to Andrews University

  • Register online as a guest student: apply
  • Need housing while on campus: housing



May 15-June 9, 2017

Biochemistry I is designed to meet the academic needs of highly motivated university junior or senior students who are preparing to enter medical, dental, pharmacy or graduate school. This course is an effective preparation for pre-professional tests such as the MCAT and DAT as well as others. The instructor creates an environment that engages students through a variety of learning opportunities.
Prerequisite: Organic Chemistry II



May 8-June 2, 2017 (General Physics I)

June 5-30, 2017 (General Physics II)

The General Physics I & II courses fulfill the physics requirements for admittance into medical, dental, pharmacy and physical therapy graduate program. PHSY141 covers the topics of linear and rotational motion, forces, energy, thermodynamics and waves while PHYS142 focuses on electricity and magnetism, optics and moder physics. Both include lecture, labs and small group problem-solving sessions. PHYS141 fulfills the Andrews University architecture requirement for physics.
Prerequisite: Precalculus, including trigonometry



May 8-June 2, 2017

Anatomy & Physiology I provides the lecture and lab sequence for this course, which is required for students pursuing careers in nursing, physical therapy and other health-related careers. It is also commonly taken by students in psychology. A morning lecture series will include a break for a morning snack (provided), and students will perform labs in the afternoon. Instructors will be Benjamin Navia (lecture) and Denise Smith (lab).


Questions or Need Further Assistance

Please contact: Kelly Youngberg via email: or via phone: 269-471-3430