Our summer courses are a great way to experience some of the best of what Regent has to offer, without the rigours of a regular academic term.
The courses last only one or two weeks, and are held for a few hours each morning or afternoon. We also have an evening course to give you even more flexibility. The course readings are available well in advance so you can thoughtfully prepare and absorb the most from the lectures during the week or two of classes. If you take the course for academic credit, you have 45 days after the course ends to submit your assignments. Many students, though, enroll for the pure pleasure of learning and have no coursework at all!
Our 2016 Summer Session has just come to an end. Already thinking about next year? Check the Timetable to view our 2017 Summer Term Preview!
En Route Courses
These unique courses offer an immersive learning experience in a range of international contexts. In Summer 2017, you'll have the opportunity to encounter World Christianity with Diane Stinton in Kenya, tour Germany with Iain Provan on the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, learn to read and preach the Old Testament in Edinburgh's Abbey Summer School, or study Technology, Wilderness, and Creation on a multi-day sailing trip through the Gulf Islands led by Craig Gay and Julie Lane Gay.
See further. Go En Route with Regent College.