High School Dual Enrollment Summer Courses

High School Dual Enrollment Summer Courses

Summer 2018 schedule

Summer courses are offered online and are asynchronous — meaning you don't have to attend class at a specific time. Students use a combination of self-study and peer-to-peer interaction over an online learning network to facilitate instruction. Class work may include weekly assignments, readings, discussions, and occasional group work, as well as exams and other activities designed to enhance learning outcomes, all at times that are most convenient to the student.

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ARTH 112: Renaissance to Modern Art.  3 credits.
June 27–August 8
Course offered online.
Instructor: Jonathan Pineno

FR 1: Elementary French I.  4 credits.
May 14–June 22
Course offered online.
Instructor: Beatriz Glick

FR 2: Elementary French II.  4 credits.
June 27–August 8
Course offered online.
Instructor: Beatriz Glick

HIST 21: American Civilization Since 1877.  3 credits.
May 7–June 4
Course offered online.
Instructor: Justin Nordstrom

INART 126: The Popular Arts in America: The History of Hip-Hop.  3 credits.
May 14–June 22
Course offered online.
Instructor: Jonathan Pineno

KINES 81: Wellness Theory.  3 credits.
May 7–June 4
Course offered online.
Instructor: Karen Stylianides

PSYCH 100: Introductory Psychology.  3 credits.
June 27–August 8
Course offered online.
Instructor: Yusuke Hayashi

RHS 100: Introduction to Disability Culture.  3 credits.
May 14–June 22
Course offered online.
Instructor: Lorie Kramer

SOC 30: Sociology of the Family.  3 credits.
May 14–June 22
Course offered online.
Instructor: Michael Polgar

SPAN 131: Ibero-American Civilization.  3 credits.
May 7–June 4
Course offered online.
Instructor: Beatriz Glick