This summer, Capitol College will offer summer undergraduate courses at a reduced rate for the sixth consecutive year. All undergraduate classes at the Laurel campus will be discounted by 33 percent of their normal rate for the summer 2012 semester.
For the engineering, computer science and technology undergraduate degree programs, on-campus and online classes will be offered at $448 per credit. Capitol’s business and management degree programs will offer on-campus and online classes for $246 per credit. Standard fees apply for all courses.
Undergraduate students have until May 17 to register for summer classes. Classes begin on May 20. Students looking to live on campus can rent a single-occupancy room for $188 per week. Those living in a double-occupancy room will pay $163 per week.
In addition to reduced tuition, Capitol offers financial aid to more than 80 percent of its student body through scholarships, grants, loans and work-study programs. Capitol grants bachelor’s degrees in astronautical engineering, business administration, computer engineering, computer engineering technology, computer science, electrical engineering, information assurance, electronics engineering technology, management of information technology, software and Internet applications, software engineering and telecommunications engineering technology.
Learn more about Capitol College’s 2013 summer tuition rates.