Course Information

Course Offerings

Summer 2022 course offerings are available to browse below. (Subject to change.)

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Emory Summer College students may enroll alongside Emory undergraduates in a variety of six-week undergraduate courses for credit. Students will earn three, four or five hours of college credit for each of the following courses. 

Summer College six-week students are subject to the same academic and attendance requirements as Emory undergraduates. This is the beginning of your college academic record, which includes a permanent college G.P.A. and college transcript. This transcript will have to be submitted when you apply for college.

Other things to know:

International students are eligible for all online courses.


ONLINE COURSES

Emory College Online summer courses have:

  • Required synchronous sessions every week: designated time that student must be online
  • 3-4 hours online weekly in addition to the required sessions
  • Readings and course assignments
  • 15-20 hours total weekly time commitment

Course Offerings

 

Students attending in-person, on-campus courses must meet Emory University’s COVID compliance. Visit the Emory Forward website for more information.

 

Find your course in 2 different ways:

  • Start with the Course Interest GuideWhat interests you? Philosophy, Psychology, STEM?  Find your course by academic category. Need a little more help, please contact us and we will be happy to assist you.
  • Browse the course list by session below. To view course descriptions and apply, click on Session 1 or Session 2 below.

 

Session 1: May 13 - June 24

ANT 201 w/Lab Concepts/Methods Biological Anthropology - in-person
ART 213QW Ancient Egyptian Art and Architecture
CS 170 Intro to Computer Science I
ECON 101 PrincipleDANC 228Hip Hop and Identity - in-persons of Microeconomics
ENG 210W Major Authors: Fantasy Quartet: MacDonald, Lewis, Tolkien, and Rowling
ENVS 130 Intro to Environmental Sciences
FREN 101 Elementary French I - placement test required
ITAL 101 Elementary Italian I - placement test required
KRN 101 Elementary Korean I - placement test required
MATH 111 Calculus I
MATH 212 Differential Equations - prerequisites
MUS 121 Theory and Analysis 1
MUS 356W/WGS 356W Women Music and Culture
PHIL 110 Intro to Logic - in-person
PHIL 116 Intro to Bioethics - in-person
PHYS 116 w/Lab Intro Astronomy W/Lab
POLS 111 Principles of Political Science 
POLS 120 Introduction to Comparative Politics
PORT 101 Elementary Portuguese I - placement test required
PSYC 110 Intro Psyc I: Psychobiology & Cognition - in-person
PSYC 111 Intro to Psychology II
QTM 100 w/Lab Intro to Statistical Inference
QTM 110 Intro to Scientific Methods
REL 100R  Intro to Religion
REL 209 Hist of Religions In America
SPAN 101 Elementary Spanish I - placement test required
SPAN 201 Intermediate Spanish I - placement test required
THEA 215/ENG 215/HIST 296 History of Drama & Theater
THEA 340W/DANC 340W/MUS 370W/ENGRD 380W Arts Writing & Criticism

 

Session 2: June 27 - August 5

ANT 207/AFS 270 Foundations of Development Studies
CHN 370W/ITAL 370W Noodle Narratives on the Silk Road
ECON 101 Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 112 Principles of Macroeconomics - prerequisites
ENG 212 Readings in Popular Culture: The Harry Potter Phenomenon
ENG 389W Special Topics in Literature: American Crime Fiction
ENGRD 230W Professional Writing
FILM 101 Introduction to Film
FREN 102 Elementary French II - placement test required
ITAL 102 Elementary Italian II - placement test required
KRN 102 Elementary Korean II - placement test required
MATH 111 Calculus I - in-person
MATH 112 Calculus II - prerequisites
PE 173 Beginning Tennis - in-person
PHIL 118 Intro to Business Ethics - in-person
PHIL 133 Philosophy of Film
PHYS 115 Intro Astronomy - in-person
PORT 102 Elementary Portuguese II - placement test required
SPAN 102 Elementary Spanish II - placement test required
SPAN 202 Intermediate Spanish II - placement test required

THEA 100

Intro to Theater

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