More than 5,200 courses are offered this summer to ASU Online students, including relevant topics such as Managing Grief during COVID-19, Criminal Justice Leadership During Unique Events - COVID 19, and Effective COVID-19 Responses in a Changing World.
Summer enrollment sets ASU Online record
With daily life has been upended because of the COVID-19 pandemic, ASU offers students options to further their education with summer courses. Approximately 33,000 students have registered for classes with ASU Online this summer.
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ASU Online sets record with nearly 33,000 students registered for summer 2020 classes
The interest in ASU Online summer 2020 enrollments builds on the numbers seen this spring, where 46,795 students signed up for undergraduate and graduate programs. Additionally, nearly 16,400 Sun Devils graduated from online programs this May –– the largest class yet to date –– with close to 6,600 graduating with honors, the most ever for an individual class.
ASU’s Session B starts July 1, and you can learn more about the courses and programs offered at summer2020.asu.edu.
Portions originally published on ASU Now.