Manhattanville College Undergraduate Summer Courses

Courses for undergraduate college students and talented high school students.

Many online options available.

For full details on classes, visit and choose the Summer I and/or Summer 2 terms.

Tuition is set at $900 per credit for part-time students. For Manhattanville students who were full-time undergraduate in the Spring 2021 semester, and who register for summer courses, a 33% discount is applied.

High school students taking summer classes are billed at $150 per credit

Registration for summer courses can be done via Student Planning for those with access. For all other prospective students, please contact for help.

Summer 2: July 6, 2021-August 6, 2021

ACC 1008: Fundamentals of Accounting II (3 credits)

Introduction to accounting concepts for internal reporting and control. Topics include cash budgeting, decision making, capital budgeting, tax aspects of managerial planning and performance evaluation.

Tuesdays, 5:45-9:50


The second part of a two-semester lecture sequence, complemented with hands-on laboratory experience, that stresses the major biological principles and concepts that serve as the foundation for study in the biological and health-related fields. The second semester stresses animal and plant organization, development, and physiology. The first semester includes topics such as the chemistry of biological systems, cell and historical organization, membrane transport, metabolism and evolution of organisms; however, the major focus is on the principles of Mendelian genetics, molecular genetics, and population genetics. Laboratory sessions provide opportunities for students to gain technical experience and to improve laboratory-related writing skills. Prerequisite: BIO.1001, with a minimum grade of C.

Must be completed prior to taking this course.

Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, 1:00-4:35, Online

BIO-3013 MICROBIOLOGY (4 Credits)

This is an introduction to the morphology and physiology of bacteria and other microorganisms. Laboratory exercises will afford students the opportunity to develop skill in sterile technique and in various practices designed to study the morphology, physiology and practical value of nonpathogenic microorganisms. Human infectious disease such as AIDS is discussed. Graduate level version of this course is available. Prerequisites: BIO.1001 and BIO.1002 with a minimum grade of C; CHM.1001, CHM.1002, CHM.1003 and CHM.1004 with minimum grades of C-. Must be completed prior to taking this course.

Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1:00-4:35, Online



This course is a continuation of BIO.3007, and will explore the remaining systems of the body. Subject matter includes blood and the cardiovascular system, endocrine system, lymphatic system and immune defenses, respiration, digestion and metabolism, urinary system and reproduction. As with the first course, laboratory work includes systematic coverage of human anatomy, cat dissections, and relevant physiological experiments. Prerequisites: Human Anatomy and Physiology I, with a minimum grade of C-Must be completed prior to taking this course.

Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, 8:30-12:35, Online

CAM 3015: Global Media (3 credits)

This course examines media in a global context. It investigates the role of media in a global world by exploring theories, industry structures, government regulations, and media ethics. Additionally, it engages with media from around the world including film, music, video games, online videos, social media, and television programs.

Online asynchronous


This course is a study of the major classes of organic compounds, designed to provide students with the background in organic chemistry needed for advanced study in chemistry and the life sciences. Topics include structure determination: mass spectrometry, IR spectroscopy, 13C NMR and 1H NMR spectroscopy, and UV-VIS spectroscopy; conjugated compounds; benzene and aromaticity; electophilic aromatic substitution; alcohols and phenol; ethers, epoxides, thiols and sulfides; carbonyl chemistry; chemistry of aldehydes and ketones; and chemistry of carboxylic acids and nitriles. Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C- in CHM 2001. Corequisite: CHM.2006 - Must be taken either prior to or at the same time as this course.

Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, 10:00-12:40, Online



This course applies laboratory techniques and experimental methods to the topics and reactions studied in CHM 2002. Prerequisites: Minimum grade of C- in CHM 2001 and in CHM 2005. Corequisite: CHM.2002 - Must be taken either prior to or at the same time as this course.

Section 01*: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, 1:00-4:00, In person

Section 02: Online asynchronous

MAC 1010: Computer Programming I (4 credits)

This is an introduction to problem-solving methods and algorithm development as well as Java programming. Object oriented coding, debugging and design are emphasized. Computer Science majors are strongly encouraged to enroll in this course in the first semester of their freshman year, or immediately upon changing major to Computer Science.

Online asynchronous


Continuation of SPN 1001. Prerequisite: SPN.1001. Must be completed prior to taking this course.

Online asynchronous.