#ExploreCA: 8 Week Courses

Do College on Your Own Terms.

Wondered what it would be like to take a course at CASC’s Virtual Campus? Wanted to get back into the swing of your education, but weren’t sure where to start? Here’s your solution: Explore Carl Albert is an opportunity for Special Non-Degree Seeking Students* like you to enroll in one or two second eight week courses online to start (or continue!) your college education.

Short-Term Commitment, Long-Term Benefits.

The eight week courses are standard CASC courses that transfer easily, have no prerequisites, and fulfill common general education requirements. You can experience the same quality and rigor of our traditional classes, just in a shorter time frame. Current students: you should speak with your advisor.

You might just find exactly what you’re looking for here at CASC’s Virtual Campus.

Get Ready, Get Set…

Summer 8-week Classes: May 29-August 10, 2018
Fall 1st 8-week Classes: August 13-October 8, 2018
Fall 2nd 8-week Classes: October 9-December 14, 2018

What Does It Cost?

The average cost per three hour course is the lowest in the state, and among the lowest in the nation: just under $500.00, plus books and supplies. Please note that the courses are not eligible for financial aid for special non-degree seeking students, unless you are a new student with CASC. Payment is due prior to the first day of class. Students can arrange payment through our “VikeConnect student portal” or by contacting the CASC business office at 918-647-1325.

What's the Advantage?

Enables you to complete a 16 week course in just 8 weeks, and avoid life disruptions!
Classes are completely online, with no specific time requirements
Allows you to explore Carl Albert courses and see the great fit we are for YOU to complete YOUR degree!

What Courses Can I Take?

Summer 8-week General Ed Courses: some of these classes are already full, so enroll quickly!
AHS 1113 Medical Terminology
ART 1113 Art Appreciation
BIO 1114 General Biology
BUS 1113 Business Math
CS 1103 Microcomputer Applications
GPS 1214 General Physical Science (requires proctored exams)
HIST 1483 American History 1865 to present
HPER 1113 Personal Health and Wellness
HPER 2103 Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries
HUM 2113 Humanities I
HUM 2223 Humanities II
MATH 1513 College Algebra
MUS 1113 Music Appreciation
PHIL 1113 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 2123 Ethics
POS 1113 American Federal Government
PSY 1113 Introduction to Psychology
SOC 1113 Introduction to Sociology
SPCH 1113 Introduction to Speech Communication

Fall First 8-week Courses:
ACCT 2103 Financial Accounting
AHS 1113 Intro to Medical Terminology
AHS 1203 Basic Nutrition
BIO 1114 General Biology

Fall Second 8-week Courses:
AHS 1113 Intro to Medical Terminology
AHS 1203 Basic Nutrition
BIO 1114 General Biology
CS 1103 Microcomputer Applications
ECON 2113 Macroeconomics
GPS 1214 General Physical Science (requires proctored exams)
HPER 1113 Personal Health and Wellness
POS 1113 American Federal Government
PSY 1113 Introduction to Psychology
SOC 1113 Introduction to Sociology

Students are eligible to enroll in up to SIX hours during an 8 week term.

How Do I Get Started?

1. Contact Sarah Brown, Coordinator for the Virtual Campus, at 918-647-1471 or sbrown@carlalbert.edu
2. Make Application as a Special Non-Degree Seeking Student, Click Here
4. Enroll with Sarah Brown
5. Start Class

For complete information concerning online education, please visit our VIRTUAL CAMPUS page.

*Students who wish to enroll in courses without intending to pursue a degree may be permitted to enroll in no more than nine credit hours without submitting academic credentials or meeting the academic curricular or performance requirements of the institution of desired entry. Retention standards and course prerequisites will be enforced. Once a student has completed the designated number of hours, the student is required to meet the formal admission or transfer criteria for the institution of desired entry in order to enroll in additional course work.

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