Summer online class offerings

Hanover College students who wish to fulfill major or general degree requirements, or who need credits toward graduation, will have online options this summer. The College will offer two five-week terms with select classes taught by current faculty members.

The sessions are also open to Indiana residents who seek special education certification.

The first summer session will be held from Monday, June 3, to Friday, July 5. The second session will run from Wednesday, July 10, to Tuesday, Aug. 13. Students are limited to one course per session.

In addition to the select courses for current Hanover students, the education courses “Special Education Law and Policy (EDU 254)” and “Learning Environments and Transitions (EDU 256)” will be open to Indiana residents interested in receiving additional certification.

Tuition for a summer course costs only $975 per unit. No institutional financial aid is available.

Registration for the summer sessions is available from Monday, March 18, through Friday, March 29. For information, contact Hanover's registrar at or (812) 866-7051.

If you are not a current student, contact the admission office at or phone (800) 213-2178.

SUMMER TERM IJune 3-July 5
EDU 254: Special Education Law & PolicyInstructor: Dustin BaileyOpen to Indiana residents interested in additional certification
KIP 360: Medical TerminologyInstructor: Miriam Pittenger
SOC 164: Introduction to SociologyInstructor: Jimmie Bany
SUMMER TERM IIJuly 10-Aug. 13
COM 212: Introduction to CommunicationInstructor: Rachel Davidson
EDU 256: Learning Environments & TransitionsInstructor: Dustin BaileyOpen to Indiana residents interested in additional certification


COM 212: Introduction to Communication

Examines a broad spectrum of communication concepts and issues in modern society. Directed at students with an interest in the discipline of communication.

EDU 254: Special Education Law & Policy

Basic educational rights of students with disabilities alongside teacher and school legal responsibilities with a focus on the five main principles that form the basics of special education law: Free appropriate public education, least restrictive environment, parent and student participation, Individualized Education Program (IEP) and due process protections. Prerequisite: EDU 231.

EDU 256: Learning Environments and Transitions

Learn how to plan, manage, and modify learning environments and how to assist students in successful life transition, goal setting, and community resources. Prerequisite: EDU 231.

KIP 360: Medical Terminology

A comprehensive review of medical terminology centering on word parts, Greek & Latin roots, word construction, suffixes and prefixes. The course will meet graduate admission requirements for health science based majors. Intended for juniors and seniors. KIP 215 Human Anatomy and/or KIP 230 Physiology highly recommended.

SOC 164: Introduction to Sociology

Examines links between micro and macro (institutional, national and global) levels of social interaction and the impact of macro level social forces on our everyday lives. Topics include group influence on individuals, socialization, culture, deviance, race, class and gender inequalities; institutions and organizations, population trends, and social change. Partially satisfies the HS CCR. Partially satisfies Modern Society LADR.