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BSU Global Intersession & Summer Programs

BSU Global Intersession & Summer programs 2022/2023

Earn credits from Bridgewater State University. BSU is offering credit courses for students from around the world. 

Winter term: 22 December, 2022–16 January, 2023

Summer term: 29 May, 2023–23 June, 2023


Courses will be instructed by BSU faculty in English, covering a variety of disciplines including English, History, Accounting, Psychology, Sociology, Economics and Art History, etc. All the courses are listed as 3/4-credit courses in Bridgewater State University’s course catalog and strictly follow BSU’s academic policies and standards.

Upon completion of the courses, official transcripts will be issued by the Registrar’s Office of BSU.

Click on the button below to create an account via the Non-Degree application. (Please note: Within 24 hours of completing the Non-degree application, an email with Bears ID and login information will be sent to the email provided. Students can then log into their BSU account and view their courses.)


BSU Non-degree application



Courses offered (tentative)
ACFI 200    Introduction to Financial Accounting
ACFI 305    Business Law
ACFI 350    Introduction to Managerial Accounting
ECON 101  Introduction to Microeconomics
ECON 201  Intermediate Microeconomics
ECON 205  Intermediate Macroeconomics
ECON 210  Statistics for Economics and Business
ECON 315  Money, Banking and Financial Markets
ECON 331  Public Economics
ECON 420  Econometrics I
MGMT 303 Organizational Behavior
MATH 120  Linear Algebra
MATH 161  Calculus I
MATH 162  Calculus II
MATH 261  Calculus III
MATH 200  Statistical Method I
COMP 151  Computer Science I
BIOL 110     A Human Approach
ENGL 101   Writing Rhetorically
ENGL 102   Writing Rhetorically with Sources
ENGL 202   Business Communication
ENGL 286   Professional Writing 
LAJA 101   Elementary Japanese I
PHIL 151    Introduction to Philosophy
ARTH 104   Art History: A Survey of Global Art from Prehistory to the 14th Century
ANTH 204   Global Human Issues
GRST 200   Introduction to Global Religious Studies
POLI 260    International Relations
HIST 222    United States History and Constitution since 1865
PSYC 101   Introductory Psychology
COMM 102  Public Speaking