Summer Courses

A variety of formats are available to make pursuing a higher education convenient and accessible for both traditional and non-traditional students.

Note: Classes may be offered as on-site, online, distance learning, or hybrid options. Please check with an advisor to verify delivery mode for interested courses. 

Summer Sessions

May 13 - Three Week Interim Classes Begin

June 3 - Four Week, Six Week and Eight Week Classes Begin

It’s recommended that those interested in registering make an appointment with an advisor. 

North Platte - 308-535-3601
McCook - 308-345-8101

Summer Course Offerings Listed Below

Abnormal Psychology

Advanced Construction Wiring

Advanced Medical Life Support

American Government

American History I to 1877

American History II since 1877

American Literature since 1865

Applied Statistics

Auto Body Mechanics

Basic Anatomy & Physiology

Basic Technical Communications

Business Communications

Business Computer Systems

Comparative Religions

Comprehensive Medical Terminology

College Algebra

College Prep Reading

College Prep Writing

Digital Marketing

Diversity Consciousness

Drug & Sports

Elementary Algebra

Elementary General Physics I (with lab)

Elementary General Physics II (with lab)

Elementary Spanish I

Elementary Spanish II

English Composition I

English Composition II

Exploring Unity & Diversity

Frame Repair & Alignment

Fundamentals of Human Communication

Fundamentals of Mathematics

Fundamentals of Photography

General Chemistry (with lab)

General Biology (with lab)

General Physics I with Calculus (with lab)

Homeland Security

Human Anatomy & Physiology II (with lab)

Human Relations: People Psychology

Industrial Controls

Input Keyboard Technology

Intermediate Algebra

Introduction to Accounting

Introduction to Business

Introduction to Criminal Justice

Introduction to Entrepreneurship

Introduction to Humanities

Introduction to Leadership Concepts

Introduction to Literature

Introduction to Logic & Critical Thinking

Introduction to Nutrition

Introduction to Philosophy

Introduction to Professional Education

Introduction to Psychology

Introduction to Sociology

Introduction to the Visual Arts

Introduction to Zoology (with lab)

Language Skills

Lifespan Development

LPN to ADN Bridge Course

Marriage & Family Relationships

Medication Aide

Microbiology (with lab)

Microsoft Excel (advanced)

Modern Elem School Math II

Music Appreciation

Nursing Assistant

Organization & Management

Paintless Dent Repair

Personal Finance

Personal/Professional Development

Play Reading

Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support

Principles of Accounting

Principles of Microeconomics

Public Speaking

Short Fiction

Special Topics: Airbrushing

Special Topics: Social Psychology

Survey of Chemistry (with lab)

Social Problems

The Novel

Transition to LPN Practice


Weight Training

Register for Courses

2023-24 Tuition and Fees (cost per credit hour)

  Tuition Fees Total
Nebraska Resident $104 $16 $120
Border-state Resident * $104 $16 $120
Out-of-state Resident $135 $16 $151
Dual Credit (must be a current high school student) $46   $46

* Border-State Tuition - students of Colorado, Kansas, South Dakota & Wyoming.
* Veterans, spouses, and legal dependents who currently reside or show intent to reside in Nebraska according to Board Policy 5130 and the Nebraska Statute 85-502 through 85-502.01 will be offered in-state tuition.

Note: Mid-Plains Community College provides numerous scholarships, grants and loans to those who qualify. More information about financial assistance is available at 308-535-3714 in North Platte or 308-221-6444 in McCook.