The complete list of individual for-credit courses are listed under each department in the section below. A listing of select for-credit courses and programs can be found at the Special Summer Courses and Programs page, while overseas and study abroad courses and programs can be found at the Overseas Summer Programs page. For not-for-credit Summer Programs, please visit the Pre-College Programs page.
Courses 101-199 are primarily for first-year students and sophomores; courses 200-299 are primarily for juniors and seniors; courses 301-399 are for advanced undergraduate students. Graduate courses are described in the bulletin of the Graduate School.
A normal load is two courses, or six undergraduate hours, in each five-week term. Unless otherwise indicated, classes for all courses, except laboratory science courses, meet daily Monday through Friday; and on three Saturdays, June 8, June 22, and June 29, in the first term; and on two Saturdays, July 20 and August 3 in the second term for periods of 75 minutes each. Science lecture and laboratory courses meet as indicated in the course listings.
Although such occurrences are rare, the University reserves the right not to offer courses in the summer session for which there are insufficient registrations; to modify, withdraw, or make substitutions for any course; and to change the instructor for any course indicated in this bulletin.
A complete listing of our currently offered online courses can be found here.
- African Studies
- Classical Languages
- Computer Science
- East Asian Languages and Cultures
- Environmental Studies
- First Year Seminar
- German and Russian
- Health and Exercise Science
- Mathematics and Statistics
- Online Courses
- Politics and International Affairs
- School of Business
- The Study of Religions
- Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies