Oct 22, 2021  
2021 Summer Sessions Bulletin 
    
2021 Summer Sessions Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

Courses for High School Students and Incoming First-year Students


Courses Suitable for High School Students

Summer Courses for Incoming First-year Students

 

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 Courses Suitable for High School Students

  • Summer Session I
    • AH 003 - (AA) Gods and Kings
    • ASST 011 - (CC, IS) Introduction to Chinese Culture
    • ASTR 011 - (NS) The Solar System
      (MATH 050 placement on placement exam to qualify – see Physics Department.)
    • CHEM 003A - (NS) General Chemistry I
      (Pre-requisite MATH 006A or placement exam score of 16 – see Chemistry Department.)
    • CHEM 003B - (NS) General Chemistry Laboratory I
      (Prerequisite/Co-requisite: CHEM 003A – see Chemistry Department.)
    • CLL 191 - (LT) Romanticism
    • DNCE 127 - (AA) Dance Appreciation
    • DNCE 128 - History of Dance
    • ECO 001 - Principles of Economics
    • ECO 002 - Principles of Economics
    • FA 045 - (CP) Beginning Painting
    • FA 080 - (CP) Beginning Ceramics
    • FREN 003 – Intermediate French (DL)
    • FRLT 046 (LT) – Sex, Gender and Love in the 20th Century (DL)
    • GEOG 003 – (BH) Geography of a Globalizing World
      (HS AP credit – see Global Studies and Geography Department. Same as GS 001)
    • GEOG 106 - (BH, CC) Urbanization in the Developing World
      (HS AP credit – see Global Studies and Geography Department.)
    • GEOL 015 – (NS) Global Climate Change
    • GS 001 - (IS) Introduction to Global Studies
      (HS AP credit – see Global Studies and Geography Department.)
    • LIT 043 – (LT) Greek Tragedy
    • LIT 071 - (LT) Russian Culture and the West
    • MATH 045 - (MA) Elementary Set Theory, Logic, and Probability
      (At least 2 years HS Math – see Math Department.)
    • MATH 050 - (MA) Precalculus
      (Take placement exam to qualify - see Math Department.)
    • MATH 071 - (MA) Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
      (Take placement exam to qualify - see Math Department.)
    • MATH 072 - (MA) Analytic Geometry and Calculus II
      (Pre-requisite: MATH 071 – see Math Department.)
    • PHYS 001A - (NS) Elementary Physics
      (Must have prerequisites - see Physics Dept.)
    • PHYS 001B - (NS) Elementary Physics Laboratory
      (Must have prerequisites - see Physics Dept.)
    • PHYS 011A - (NS) General Physics
      (Must have prerequisites - see Physics Dept.)
    • PHYS 011B - (NS) General Physics Laboratory
      (Must have prerequisites - see Physics Dept.)
    • PSY 001 - Introduction to Psychology
    • PSY 034 Organizational Psychology
      (Prerequisite: PSY 001 Introduction to Psychology or PSY AP credit)
    • RUS 001 – Elementary Russian 1
    • PSC 001 – (BH) American Politics (DL course)
    • SOC 140 - (BH) Social Inequality
      (Prerequisite: PSY 001 Introduction to Psychology or PSY AP credit)
    • SPAN 001 Elementary Spanish 1
    • SPLT 061 - (LT) Love, Romance, and Eroticism in Medieval and Early Modern Spain (DL)
  • Summer Session II
    • ANTH 116 - (BH, CC) Religion in Cross-Cultural Perspective
    • ASTR 012 - (NS) Stars and Galaxies
      (MATH 050 placement on placement exam to qualify – see Physics Department.)
    • CLL 044 - (LT) Greek and Roman Epics
    • CRWR 133 (CP) General Creative Writing
      (Prerequisite: WSC 001 or HS AP Credit – see English Department.)
    • DNCE 127 - (AA) Dance Appreciation
    • FA 080 - (CP) Beginning Ceramics
    • GEOG 145 - (BH, CC) Geography of Africa
      (HS AP credit – see Global Studies and Geography Department.)
    • GEOL 015 (NS) Global Climate Change
    • HIST 020 - (HP) Why History Matters
    • ITLT 042 - (LT) Lie, Cheat, and Steal: Short Stories of Decameron (DL)
    • ITST 141- (AA) Italian Cinema from Neorealism to the Present (DL)
    • MATH 040 - (MA) Linear Mathematics and Matrices
      (At least 2 years HS Math – see Math Department.)
    • MATH 071 - (MA) Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
      (Take placement exam to qualify - see Math Department.)
    • MATH 072 - (MA) Analytic Geometry and Calculus II
      (Pre-requisite: MATH 071 – see Math Department.)
    • MATH 073 - (MA) Analytic Geometry and Calculus III
      (Pre-requisite: MATH 072 – see Math Department.)
    • MATH 131 - (MA) Elementary Differential Equations
      (Pre-requisite: MATH 072 – see Math Department.)
    • PHI 014 - (HP) Ethics
    • PHYS 002A - (NS) Elementary Physics
      (Must have prerequisites - see Physics Dept.)
    • PHYS 002B - (NS) Elementary Physics Laboratory
      (Must have prerequisites - see Physics Dept.)
    • PHYS 012A - (NS) General Physics
      (Must have prerequisites - see Physics Dept.)
    • PHYS 012B - (NS) General Physics Laboratory
      (Must have prerequisites - see Physics Dept.)
    • SPAN 002 Elementary Spanish 2
      (Pre-requisite SPAN 001 or equivalent by placement test score)
  • Summer Session III
    • ANTH 150 - (BH, CC) Pre- and Non-Industrial Technology, Economies and Material Culture
    • ASTR 011 - (NS) The Solar System
      (MATH 050 placement on placement exam to qualify – see Physics Department.)
    • CLL 039 - (LT) Mythologies and Literature of the Ancient World
    • CLL 161 – (LT) Renaissance
    • ECO 001 - Principles of Economics
    • GEOG 003 – (BH) Geography of a Globalizing World
      (HS AP credit – see Global Studies and Geography Department. Same as GS 001)
    • GEOG 106 - (BH, CC) Urbanization in the Developing World
      (HS AP credit – see Global Studies and Geography Department.)
    • GS 001 - (IS) Introduction to Global Studies
      (HS AP credit – see Global Studies and Geography Department.)
    • HIST 014C - (HP) United States History: Reconstruction to the Present
    • LIT 088 – (LT) Self and Society in Chinese Literature
    • SOC 004 – (BH) Contemporary Society

Courses for Incoming First-year Students

  • Summer Session I
    • AH 003 - (AA) Gods and Kings
    • ASST 011 - (CC, IS) Introduction to Chinese Culture
    • ASTR 011 - (NS) The Solar System
      (MATH 050 placement on placement exam to qualify – see Physics Department.)
    • CHEM 003A - (NS) General Chemistry I
      (Pre-requisite MATH 006A or placement exam score of 16 – see Chemistry Department.)
    • CHEM 003B - (NS) General Chemistry Laboratory I
      (Prerequisite/Co-requisite: CHEM 003A – see Chemistry Department.)
    • CLL 191 - (LT) Romanticism
    • CRWR 133 – (CP) General Creative Writing
      (Prerequisite: WSC 001 or HS AP Credit – see English Department)
    • CRWR 184F  (CP) Keeping a Journal
      (Prerequisite: WSC 001 or HS AP Credit – see English Department.)
    • DNCE 127 - (AA) Dance Appreciation
    • DNCE 128 - History of Dance
    • ECO 001 - Principles of Economics
    • ECO 002 - Principles of Economics
    • ENGL 081 (LT) Western Literature I
      (Prerequisite: WSC 001 or HS AP Credit – see English Department.)
    • FA 045 - (CP) Beginning Painting
    • FA 080 - (CP) Beginning Ceramics
    • GEOG 003 – (BH) Geography of a Globalizing World
      (HS AP credit – see Global Studies and Geography Department. Same as GS 001)
    • GEOG 106 - (BH, CC) Urbanization in the Developing World
      (HS AP credit – see Global Studies and Geography Department.)
    • GEOL 001 – (NS) Planet Earth
    • GS 001 - (IS) Introduction to Global Studies
      (HS AP credit – see Global Studies and Geography Department.)
    • LIT 043 – (LT) Greek Tragedy
    • LIT 071 - (LT) Russian Culture and the West
    • MATH 045 - (MA) Elementary Set Theory, Logic, and Probability
    • MATH 050 - (MA) Precalculus
    • (At least 2 years HS Math – see Math Department.)
    • MATH 071 - (MA) Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
      (Take placement exam to qualify - see Math Department.)
    • MATH 072 - (MA) Analytic Geometry and Calculus II
      (Pre-requisite: MATH 071 – see Math Department.)
    • PHYS 001A - (NS) Elementary Physics
      (Must have prerequisites - see Physics Dept.)
    • PHYS 001B - (NS) Elementary Physics Laboratory
      (Must have prerequisites - see Physics Dept.)
    • PHYS 011A - (NS) General Physics
      (Must have prerequisites - see Physics Dept.)
    • PHYS 011B - (NS) General Physics Laboratory
      (Must have prerequisites - see Physics Dept.)
    • PSC 001 – (BH) American Politics (DL course)
    • PSY 001 - Introduction to Psychology
      (Prerequisite: PSY 001 Introduction to Psychology or PSY 001A (BH) General Psychology)
    • PSY 034 Organizational Psychology
      (Prerequisite: PSY 001 Introduction to Psychology or PSY AP credit)
    • PSY 159 Social Psychology
      (Prerequisite: PSY 001 Introduction to Psychology or PSY AP credit)
    • RUS 001 – Elementary Russian 1
    • SOC 140 - (BH) Social Inequality
    • SPAN 001 Elementary Spanish 1
  • Summer Session II
    • ANTH 116 - (BH, CC) Religion in Cross-Cultural Perspective
    • ASTR 012 - (NS) Stars and Galaxies
    • CHEM 004A - (NS) General Chemistry II
      (Pre-requisite: CHEM 003A – see Chemistry Department.)
    • CHEM 004B - (NS) General Chemistry Laboratory II
      (Pre-requisite: CHEM 003B. Pre-requisite/Co-requisite: CHEM 004A – see Chemistry Department.)
    • CLL 044 - (LT) Greek and Roman Epics
    • CRM 187M - (IS) Special Topics in Criminology: Are Prisons Obsolete?
    • CRWR 133 (CP) General Creative Writing
      (Prerequisite: WSC 001 or HS AP Credit – see English Department.)
    • DNCE 127 - (AA) Dance Appreciation
    • ECO 142 - International Economics
      (Pre-requisite: ECO 001 or 002 – see Economics Department.)
    • FA 080 - (CP) Beginning Ceramics
    • GEOG 145 - (BH, CC) Geography of Africa
      (HS AP credit – see Global Studies and Geography Department.)
    • GEOL 015 – (NS) Global Climate Change
    • HIST 020 - (HP) Why History Matters
    • MATH 071 - (MA) Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
      (Take placement exam to qualify - see Math Department.)
    • MATH 072 - (MA) Analytic Geometry and Calculus II
      (Pre-requisite: MATH 071 – see Math Department.)
    • MATH 073 - (MA) Analytic Geometry and Calculus III
      (Pre-requisite: MATH 072 – see Math Department.)
    • MATH 131 - (MA) Elementary Differential Equations
      (Pre-requisite: MATH 072 – see Math Department.)
    • PHI 014 - (HP) Ethics
    • PSY 011 – Behavior Modification
    • PHYS 002A - (NS) Elementary Physics
      (Must have prerequisites - see Physics Dept.)
    • PHYS 002B - (NS) Elementary Physics Laboratory
      (Must have prerequisites - see Physics Dept.)
    • PHYS 012A - (NS) General Physics
      (Must have prerequisites - see Physics Dept.)
    • PHYS 012B - (NS) General Physics Laboratory
      (Must have prerequisites - see Physics Dept.)
    • SOC 187F - (IS) Special Topics in Sociology: Are Prisons Obsolete?
    • SPAN 002 Elementary Spanish 2
      (Pre-requisite SPAN 001 or equivalent by placement test score)
  • Summer Session III
    • ANTH 150 - (BH, CC) Pre- and Non-Industrial Technology, Economies and Material Culture
    • ASTR 011 - (NS) The Solar System
      (MATH 050 placement on placement exam to qualify – see Physics Department.)
    • CLL 039 - (LT) Mythologies and Literature of the Ancient World
    • CLL 161 – (LT) Renaissance
    • CLL 188 - (LT) Psychoanalysis and Literature
    • CSC 005 - (CS) Overview of Computer Science
    • ECO 001 - Principles of Economics
    • GEOG 003 – (BH) Geography of a Globalizing World
      (HS AP credit – see Global Studies and Geography Department. Same as GS 001)
    • GS 001 - (IS) Introduction to Global Studies
      (HS AP credit – see Global Studies and Geography Department.)
    • HIST 014C - (HP) United States History: Reconstruction to the Present
    • HIST 030 - (HP) Contemporary American Lives
    • LIT 088 - (LT, CC) Self and Society in Chinese Literature
    • MATH 006B - The Real Numbers and College Algebra
      (Permission of Math Department Chairperson – see Math Department.)
    • SOC 004 - (BH) Contemporary Society