Course Interest Guide

Each subject falls into an academic category such as STEM/Sciences, Social Sciences, Humanities, Arts and Languages. For example, you can find the subject of Economics under the Social Sciences academic category.

The purpose of this guide is to search courses by your favorite subject.

  1. Start by clicking on the subject of interest to you, for example Biology.
  2. You will see program search results showing sessions in which Biology is offered.
  3. Click on the session you prefer.
  4. You will be directed to a program brochure.
  5. Review the Overview page for further instructions.
  6. The tabs on the Program Brochure correspond to the Academic Categories on this page.

 

This table shows Academic Categories, Subjects, and Courses.
Academic Category Subject Summer College Courses
STEM/Sciences Computer Science, Environmental Sciences, Mathematics, Physics, Quantitative Theory & Methods

Calculus I
Calculus II
Differential Equations
Intro Astronomy
Intro Astronomy W/Lab
Intro to Computer Science I
Intro to Environmental Sciences
Intro to Scientific Methods
Intro to Statistical Computing 1
Intro to Statistical Computing 2
Intro to Statistical Inference

Social Sciences

African American Studies, Anthropology, Economics, Political SciencePsychology

 

Afro-futurism, The New Jim Crow & the Watchmen (HBO series)
Concepts/Methods Biological Anthropology
Foundations of Development Studies
Intro Psyc I: Psychobiology & Cognition
Intro to International Politics
Intro to Comparative Politics
Intro to Psychology II
Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Microeconomics
Principles of Political Science

Humanities

English, Philosophy, Religion, Russian & East Asian Languages & Cultures, French & Italian Studies

Basic Problems in Philosophy
History of Religions In America
Intro to Bioethics
Intro to Business Ethics
Intro to Logic
Intro to Religion
Major Authors: Fantasy Quartet: MacDonald, Lewis, Tolkien, and Rowling
Noodle Narratives on the Silk Road
Philosophy of Film
Professional Writing
Readings in Popular Culture: The Harry Potter Phenomenon
Religion, Film, and Media
Special Topics in Literature: American Crime Fiction

Arts Art History, Dance, Film & Media, Music, Theater

Ancient Egyptian Art and Architecture
Arts Writing & Criticism
Dance Literacy
Hip Hop and Identity
History of Drama & Theater
Intro to Film
Intro to Theater
Music: Theory and Analysis 1
Women Music and Culture

Languages

French, Italian, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish

 

*language courses require a Placement Test

French: Elementary I & II
Italian: Elementary I & II
Korean: Elementary I & II
Portuguese: Elementary I
Spanish: Elementary I & II
Spanish: Intermediate I & II

Physical Education

Physical Education

Beginning Tennis
PPF/Weight Resistance Training
Tai Chi Chuan

 

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