Who Can Take an Online Math Course at JHU?
Fall and Spring online courses are open to any student who is not a JHU undergraduate. Current JHU undergraduates can only enroll in online math courses during the summer session.
Visiting college students are welcome to enroll and can apply the credit earned from these courses to their degrees. High school or pre-college students are also welcome to enroll. These courses display college readiness and earn the student credit to transfer to their future university. Adult students looking to advance in their career, test the waters after a period away from the classroom, or just wanting to kick their brains into gear, are welcome to enroll as well.
All Fall and Spring courses follow the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences academic calendar. Spring courses run from January 27th to May 14, 2020. The last day to register for the Spring session is Friday, February 7th. All online courses are 4 credits with a cost of $966 per credit.
To apply for a Spring course, please fill out the Application form.
Registering for summer courses is done through the Office of Summer and Intersession Programs. Information for pre-college students, visiting undergraduate students, current JHU undergraduate students, and returning students can be found on the Office of Summer and Intersession Programs website.
Information regarding the summer online offerings are also available on their website.