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Transfer Boost Summer Program

Transfer Boost is a summer experience designed to help incoming transfer students hit the ground running.

Need a course or two for the Business major? Or do you want to beef up your your analytical skills in experimental psychology? We’ve got what you need.

Register today for the Transfer Boost Summer Program.

Business Boost

Business Boost lets incoming Business transfer students who have been accepted and who have made a deposit take any summer Business class that is required or helps fulfill their Business major requirement (marked by a “*” or “#” below) for only $600.
This is a great deal to help you make progress toward the Business degree. That’s right, our tuition is set at community college levels. Each class is four-credit-hours.

Tech Boost 

Get a jump on your General Education requirements
The Technology requirement of our new Forester Fundamental Curriculum can be satisfied with ECON 129 (in Microsoft Excel). Any incoming transfer student can take our summer ECON 129 course for only $600.

When you want to learn

We offer three summer sessions in May, June, and July, and you may take up to one course per term. Classes meet four days per week over four weeks.

*   class required for business majors

#   class can fulfill requirement for business majors

Class Schedule

May Term: May 12 – June 5

Classes meet Tuesday - Friday. No classes on Monday. 

  • David Jordan

    9:00 - 11:50 am

  • Kent Grote

    9:00 - 11:50 am

  • ECON 129*

    Microsoft Excel (1/2 credit / 2 semester hours)

    Connie Corso

    All work online

  • ECON 130*

    Applied Statistics

    (Lake Forest College students must also enroll in ECON 129 at the same time, unless previously completed. Students will earn 1.5 Lake Forest College credits. There is no additional charge for ECON 129 for Lake Forest College students.)

    Muris Hadzic

    9:00 - 11:50 am

  • ECON 313#
    Carolyn Tuttle

    9:00 - 11:50 am

  • MATH 110#
    Enrique Treviño

    9:00 - 11:50 am

June Term: June 8–July 2

Classes meet Monday - Thursday. No classes on Friday.

July Term: July 6–July 30

Classes meet Monday - Thursday. No classes on Friday.  


View the full summer schedule and course descriptions