The great thing about summer classes is you can easily get ahead in your curriculum or retake a class. You can do just that at the University of Arkansas Hope-Texarkana.

UAHT is also easy on the funds offering affordable tuition and classes that will transfer to any Arkansas public college.

You can take the summer classes online and in person.

According to a press release,

In-person Classes This Summer

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  • Basic Welding (Hope campus)
  • Introduction to Emergency Medical Services (Texarkana campus)
  • Emergency Medical Technician (Texarkana campus)
  • Business Statistics (Texarkana campus)
  • Chemistry II (Texarkana campus)
  • Physical Science (Texarkana campus)
  • English Comp I (Both campuses)
  • English Comp II (Both campuses)
  • Principles of Speech (Both campuses)
  • Quantitative Literacy (Both campuses)

 

Online Summer Classes 

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  • Biology Lecture and Lab
  • Human A&P I and II
  • Microbiology Lecture and Lab
  • Math for Nurses
  • Nutrition
  • Introduction to Health Care Systems
  • Astronomy
  • Introduction to Business
  • Business Communications
  • Business Law
  • Arkansas History
  • English Comp I and II
  • College Algebra
  • Quantitative Literacy
  • General Psychology
  • Developmental Psychology
  • Social Problems

If you didn't see the classes that you are looking for don't worry. Be sure to check the full list of summer classes that are offered at https://www.uaht.edu/academics/class-schedules/.

Summer I and online summer classes begin Wednesday, June 1. Summer II classes start Tuesday, July 5.

For more information or to enroll, contact the Purtle Advising Center at 870-722-8124, email pac@uaht.edu.

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