Course Information

Course Offerings

Summer 2022 course offerings are not finalized. Feel free to browse 2021 courses below for possible choices. (Subject to change.) Keep checking back on our website through fall for updates.

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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

 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 17 - June 25

ANT 207/IDS 207/AFS 270 - Foundation Development Studies
ANT 285 – Fundamentals of Primate Behavior & Cognition
ARTVIS 105 – Intro to Painting & Drawing
ARTVIS 333R – MutliDiscipline Design Studio (Graphic Design)
CHN 370W/ITAL 370W – Noodle Narratives
CS 170 – Intro to Computer Science I
DANC 222R – Hip-Hop (On Campus)
ECON 112 – Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON 231 – Intro to Global Trade & Finance
ENGCW 271W – Intro to Poetry Writing
ENGCW 272W – Intro to Fiction Writing
FREN 101 – Elementary French I – Placement Test required
HIST 251W – Intimacy and Terror: Stalin
HIST 385/AAS 385 - Athletes, Activism & African American History
ITAL 101 – Elementary Italian I – Placement Test required
KRN 101 – Elementary Korean I – Placement Test required
LACS 265W – Visitor Meets Native
LAT 110 – Intensive Latin
MATH 111 – Calculus I
MATH 112 – Calculus II
MUS 114 – Intro to Theory & Composition
MUS 121 – Theory & Analysis I
PHIL 100 – Basic Problems in Philosophy
PHIL 110 – Intro to Logic
PHIL 116 – Intro to Bioethics
PHYS 116 – Intro to Astronomy w/lab
POLS 111 – Principles of Political Science
PORT 101 – Elementary Portuguese I
PSYC 110 – Intro to Psychology I
REL 100R – Intro to Religion
REL 358R/JS 370/ANT 385 – Religion & Healing
SPAN 101 – Elementary Spanish I – Placement Test required
SPAN 201 – Intermediate Spanish I
THEA 340W/ENG 380W/MUS 370W/DANC 340W – Arts Writing & Criticism

 

Session 2: June 28 - August 6

ARTVIS 109 – Intro to Sculpture
ECON 101 – Principles of Microeconomics
ENG 205 - Poetry
ENG 212W - Readings in Pop Lit/Culture
ENVS 239 – Physical Oceanography
FILM 101 – Intro 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 110 – Transition to Calculus
MATH 111 – Calculus I
MATH 112 – Calculus II
MUS 110 – Masterworks of Western Music
PHIL 118 – Intro to Business Ethics
PHIL 133 – Philosophy of Film
PHYS 115- Intro to Astronomy
PSYC 110 – Intro to Psychology I  
REL 369R – Religion, Film & Media
SOC 225/WGS 231 – Sociology of Sex & Gender  
SPAN 102 – Elementary Spanish II – Placement Test required
SPAN 202 – Intermediate Spanish II – Placement Test required
THEA 331 – Costume Design

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