The following economics courses will be taught this summer either online or on campus: Econ 101, Econ 102, Econ 301, Econ 302, Econ 310, Econ 467 and Econ 522.
For details about each class and when they will be taught, visit our Undergraduate Courses page.
All procedures apply to our online and in-classroom courses. Continuing UW-Madison students enroll in our summer courses in the exact same way they do for fall and spring term courses.
If you are enrolling in a summer course as an admitted but yet unmatriculated student, here’s how you can enroll in online courses before the Fall term, before you start classes on campus. The Admissions Office does discourage it because you won’t have completed SOAR advising yet, but there are many good reasons to take our Econ Principles courses before you start on campus.
How to Enroll in a Summer Term Course as an Incoming Freshman:
1. Go to the Office of Admissions and Recruitment website and click on the ‘Forms and Fact Sheets’ link at the top of the page.
2. Under ‘Application Resources’ click the link for the ‘Summer Term Request Form.’
3. Complete this form indicating a Term Change from Fall 20XX admission to Summer 20XX.
4. Send it back to the Office of Admissions and Recruitment
Or, shortcut: the link to the form you need to submit:
Once a summer term appears in your Student Center, you will be able to enroll in your course. Enrollment for Summer 2017 is already open.
If you are a continuing student at another university, you will enroll in our summer online courses at UW-Madison in the same way you would enroll in a classroom course on another campus. You will enroll in our courses, online or in the classroom, as a Special or Non-Degree Seeking Student. The credits from our online courses transfer back to your school and your transcript in the same way any accredited course does, upon your request and following the transfer procedures of your home school. Here is a link to our UW-Madison Information about how to enroll in courses here if you want the credits to transfer back to your home school upon completion:
You enroll as a guest auditor, and your starting place for enrollment is the same link given above.