Summer Courses for High School Graduates

Helene Harte leading a class discussion

Attention, Graduating High School Seniors!

Start earning college credits and save money this summer at UC Blue Ash College. You can take a class (or two) at UC Blue Ash College this summer and earn credits that will transfer to most accredited colleges and universities.

Why UC Blue Ash College?

  • Affordability! Tuition and fees only $798 for per course.
  • Summer session is only 6 1/2 weeks, from June 20 – August 4.
  • These classes transfer to most accredited colleges and universities, but check with the advising office at your institution for your particular program/major requirements.

Follow these simple steps to sign up for summer courses:

  1. Complete the basic data form by June 12, 2018.
  2. Give us a few days to establish your access to online student services.
  3. Register/Add/Drop Classes

To complete these steps and learn more, go to our Summer Courses Registration Page.

Or contact the Office of Admissions:

(513) 745-5700 or

Check out the full list of courses that you can take this summer at UC Blue Ash College!

Summer Session: June 20 - August 4

Course Title
Course Code
Financial Accounting ACCT2081
Genetics and Society BIOL1005
Legal Environment of Business BLAW2080
Substances and Society CHEM1015
Computer Graphics for Non-Majors CMDS1085
Introduction to Effective Speaking COMM1071
Business Communication COMM2081
Introduction to Microeconomics ECON1001
Introduction to Macroeconomics ECON1002
American Cinema EMDT1080 (Online)
Web Design I EMDT2050C
Drawing Fundamentals I FAA1010
U.S. History II HIST1002
Introduction to Philosophy PHIL1000
Introduction to American Politics POL1010
English Composition ENGL1001**
Fundamentals of Algebra MATH0030**
Introduction to Algebra MATH0031**
Intermediate Algebra MATH0034**
Foundations of Quantitative Reasoning MATH1008**
Math of Social Choice MATH1014** (Online)
College Algebra MATH1021**
Trigonometry MATH1022**
Applied Calculus II MATH1045**
Introduction to Statistics STAT1031**
Elementary Statistics STAT1035**
Introduction to Business MGMT1050
Introduction to Marketing MKTG2080
Introduction to Psychology PSYC1001
Sensation and Perception PSYC2030*
Developmental Psychology PSYC2040* (Online)
Introduction to Sociology SOC1001
Contemporary Sociology Problems SOC2043 (Online)
* Requires PSYC1001 as prerequisite
** Requires math or English placement testing, or a qualifying ACT score.

Contact Information

Muntz Hall • Room 151

Phone: (513) 745-5783