College Early is an opportunity offered by Pacific Union College for qualified secondary school students to take a college course on our campus, or, in approved situations, on their own high school campus, prior to graduation. PUC provides a discounted tuition rate for the College Early program (the rate for the current academic year is listed on the registration form below). In addition, students who enroll at PUC after high-school graduation receive a 50% reimbursement of the College Early tuition they have paid.
College Early is open to students according to the following guidelines:
Students of PUC Preparatory School should consult their registrar for further information and to obtain a registration form.
Note: All received grades for College Early courses become a permanent part of the student’s PUC transcript.
Each summer, Pacific Union College selects 20 qualified applicants to experience our rigorous academic environment while earning college credit at a special discounted tuition rate of $240 per quarter hour (plus additional program fees and living expenses) for Summer 2015 in popular General Education courses like Introduction to Chemistry, History of World Civilizations, Encountering Jesus, and History of Western Art. A full schedule of classes, study sessions, and extracurricular weekend activities provide an excellent opportunity to learn and grow during either our two- or four-week program.
How to apply:
Two-Week Course Options
|FDNT 235: Nutrition (3 credits; June 22 - July 3)|
|Meets:||M-F 10:30 AM - 1:45 PM|
Explores the principles of nutrition, emphasizing nutritional requirements, dietary sources of nutrients, and nutrient utilization; as well as the effects of nutrition on energy intake and weight control, fitness, disease prevention, and life cycle.
This course is particularly attractive to students interested in the fields of exercise science, nutrition, and nursing; it also fulfills the Health and Fitness general education requirement at PUC.
|RELB 150: Encountering Jesus (3 credits; June 22 - July 3)|
|Meets:||M-F 1:00 - 4:00 PM|
|Prerequisite:||Two full years of Christian religious courses with semester grades of C- or better at an accredited secondary institution, OR Successful completion of an approved waiver exam.|
Explores the pivotal role, identity and teachings of Jesus in the salvation of humanity.
This course serves as a prerequisite for all other religion courses at PUC, so it is advantageous to get a head start on the Foundations of Faith general education requirement.
Four-Week Course Options
|ARTH 116: History of Western Art II: Renaissance and Revolutions (4 credits; June 22 - July 16)|
|Meets:||M-Th 10:00 AM - 12:15 PM|
Examines painting, sculpture, architecture, photography, graphic and textile arts from the 15th century to the 21st century, primarily in Europe and the United States. Organized chronologically, the lectures will address themes of vision and representation, the canon, patronage, the artistic personality, and gender/ethnic identity.
This course fulfills a component of the Arts and Humanities general education requirement at PUC.
|CHEM 101: Introductory Chemistry (4 credits; June 22 - July 17)|
Lecture M-F 10:00 - 11:50 AM
Lab T, Th 1:00 - 4:00 PM
This course serves as an elementary introduction to fundamental principles of chemistry.
It is primarily for students preparing to enter an allied health or related field, and/or enroll in Survey of Organic Chemistry (CHEM 102) and General Chemistry (CHEM 111).
|HIST 101: History of World Civilizations (4 credits; June 22 - July 15)|
|Meets:||M & W, 8:00 AM - 12:15 PM|
|Prerequisite:||Waived. However, strong skills in academic reading and writing are strongly recommended.|
Explores the major characteristics and developments in world civilizations until 1500 based on primary and secondary texts. Also integral is the discussion of history's place in the liberal arts and of the problems of the historical method.
This course fulfills a component of the History and Social Sciences general education requirement at PUC.
For more information, please contact:
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