The summer program at CU provides students with an opportunity to complete their credit hours within the required four years by allowing them to take the six levels of English comfortable before beginning their preferred courses. This is important since it builds the language levels of all our students ensuring they have an easier time understanding the language of instruction. Essentially, the courses that were to be taken during their first year are provided during the summer as crash programs. This reduces the subject of students during regular sessions a key advantage of the CU academic system.
|Effective oral and Written Communication
|Tafsir Ayaatu Ahkam
|Essentials of Islam
There are exiting non credit courses for students from City University and the general public to take advantage of. These courses are not taken as a university requirement, but they tend to focus on key areas of improvement both in academics and personal lives of the students. Students wishing to undertake any of these courses must register with students services for non CU students interested persons should contact the university to register on [email protected]
|Islam in History
|Intensive Essay Writing
|Public Speaking Skills
|Introduction to English Literature
|Scholarly Writing and Publications
|Leadership and Integrity
|Report and Proposal Writing
Once you’re out in the work world, you may be interested in the short, high-level executive education programs that the School presents on campus or onsite. These courses are taught by City University faculty who are distinguished leaders in many fields. These courses are aimed at provide opportunities to hone skills, increase effectiveness, stay abreast of changes in the work world, and network with colleagues. Programs can also be designed to respond to the specific needs and interests of corporations, professional societies, and other groups. For more information contact: [email protected].