Summer Courses and Locations

For complete course information, please consult the Registrar's Dynamic Schedule. Each course listing will also provide the instructor's email address – if the course you want notes that there are prerequisites, you should feel free to get in touch with the instructor with any placement questions, or consult the undergraduate Course Catalog.

Many courses that help fulfill the College's general education requirements are guaranteed, meaning that they will be offered regardless of enrollment levels. The majority of contingent courses meet their minimum enrollment targets. Students will be informed by e-mail two days in advance of the start of classes if a course is to be canceled.

Using Banner and the Dynamic Schedule

In the Dynamic Schedule: First, choose Summer 2015 and click the Submit button

  • To search for all guaranteed summer courses, scroll down to Attribute Type and select Guaranteed Summer Offering, then scroll to the bottom of the form and click the Class Search button.
  • To search for courses in an academic area, use the Subject box and select the area you're interested in, then scroll to the bottom of the form and click the Class Search button.
  • You can select multiple criteria on the form to narrow your search results.

If you're using Banner to register, note that the system is checking prerequisites for all classes to make sure that students are properly placed. This means that students interested in taking two consecutive courses (e.g. PHYS 101 and PHYS 102) will need an "override" to register for the second course - contact the instructor for the appropriate override.

Summer 2015

* = Courses are guaranteed

Session 1 Main Campus (June 1 - July 3)
COURSE ID TITLE
AFST 306 Cultural Identity/Writing Online
AMST 350 American Lit: Themes & Issues
AMST 470 Digital Undergrounds
AMST 470 Visual Culture in the 1980s
ANTH 201* Intro to Archaeology GER 4B
ANTH 202* Intro Cultural Anthropology GER 4C
ANTH 203 Intro Biological Anthropology GER 2B
ANTH 204 The Study of Language GER 3
ANTH 225 Archaeological Field Methods
ANTH 308 Language and Culture
ANTH 425 Advance Archaeology Methods
ART 211 0 Drawing and Color GER 6
BIOL 514 Biochemistry
CHEM 101D Chemical Principles Lab Disc
CHEM 101L Chemical Principles Lab GER 2A LAB
CHEM 103* General Chemistry I GER 2A
CHEM 103D General Chemistry Lab I Disc
CHEM 103L General Chemistry Lab I GER 2A LAB
CHEM 307* Organic Chem II for Life Sci
CHEM 353 Organic Chemistry Lab II
CHEM 414 Biochemistry
CHEM 514 Biochemistry
CRWR 212 Intro to Creative Writing GER 6
CRWR 368* Creative Writing: Fiction GER 6
CRWR 369* Creative Writing: Poetry GER 6
ECON 101* Principles: Microeconomics GER 3
ECON 102* Principles: Macroeconomics GER 3, Online
ECON 300* Financial Crises
ECON 300 The Economics of Sports
ECON 304* Intermediate Macroecon Theory
ECON 307* Principles/ Methods Statistics GER 1
ECON 321* Economics of the Public Sector
ENGL 207* American Lit: Themes & Issues GER 5
ENGL 220 The Study of Language GER 3
ENGL 308 Language and Culture
ENGL 352* Modern British Literature
ENGL 362 American Renaissance
ENGL 475 Lost Generation
FMST 310 World Cinema Before TV
FMST 401 Hollywod:Hemingway/Faulker
FREN 101 Elementary French I
FREN 201 Intermed French I
FREN 206 Upper Intermediate Conversatn
GEOL 101 Dynamic Earth-Physical Geology GER 2A
GEOL 160* Introductory Geology Lab GER 2A LAB
GOVT 201 Intro to American Politics
GOVT 203 Intro Comparative Politics GER 3
GOVT 301 Research Methods
GOVT 338 Latin American Politics GER 4B
GSWS 205 Intro Gender Sxlty&WomensStds GER 4C
HISP 101 Elementary Spanish
HISP 201 Intermediate Spanish
HIST 121 American History to 1877 GER 4A
HIST 122 American History since 1877 GER 4A
HIST 226 American West, 1890 GER 4A
HIST 238 Amer Indian Hist since 1763 GER 4B
HIST 406 Arch History Field School
HIST 590 Arch History Field School
KINE 200 Intro to the Human Body GER 2B
KINE 270 Foundations of Epidemiology
KINE 304 Human Physiology GER 2B
KINE 322 Motor Learning
KINE 340 Motor Development GER 3
KINE 460 Topics Kinesiology
KINE 470 Independent Study
KINE 480 Kinesiology Research
LING 220 The Study of Language GER 3
LING 308 Language and Culture
LING 358 First Language Acquisition
MATH 103* Pre-Calculus Math
MATH 106 Elem Probability/Statistics GER 1
MATH 111 Calculus I GER 1
MDLL 346 FL Acquisition Theory
MDLL 347 TESOL Curriculum Design
MDLL 546 FL Acquisition Theory
MDLL 547 TESOL Curriculum Design
MUSC 273 History of Jazz GER 4A, GER 5
MUSC 281 Intro to Computer Music GER 6
MUSC 363 History of the Blues
MUSC 388 Music and Philosophy GER 7
PHIL 201* Introduction to Philosophy GER 7
PHIL 215 Contemporary Moral Issues GER 7
PHYS 101* General Physics-Lecture GER 2A
PHYS 101L General Physics-Lab GER 2LAB
PHYS 101P General Physics GER 2A
PHYS 107 Physics for Life-Sciences GER 2A 
PHYS 107L Physics for Life-Science (Lab) GER 2A LAB
PSYC 201* Intro Psy as a Natural Science GER 2B
PSYC 302 Research Methods/Psy
PSYC 302L Research Methods - Lab
PSYC 310 Developmental Psychology GER 3
PSYC 313 Physiological Psych GER 2B
PSYC 314 Social Psychology GER 3
PSYC 318 Abnormal Psychology GER 3
PSYC 358 First Language Acquisition
PSYC 413 Research in Physiological Psyc
PSYC 413L Research in Phys Psyc - Lab
RELG 211* Intro History Jewish Thought GER 4A, GER 5
RELG 309 The Holocaust GER 7
RELG 322 Medicine and Ethics GER 7
RELG 323 Warfare and Ethics GER 7
SOCL 204 Contemp Social Problems in US GER 3
SOCL 340 Special Topics in Sociology
SPCH 201 Public Speaking GER 6
THEA 201 Beginning Acting GER 6
THEA 333 SE Asian Folklore Performance GER 4B, GER 6
THEA 411 Independent Studies
THEA 460 Intro to Tagalog:Filipino Lang
WRIT 367 Advanced Expository Writing
Session 1 D.C. Campus (June 1 - July 3)
COURSE ID TITLE Note
FMST 351 Issues in New Media
GOVT 391 Polarization & the Electorate
INTR 490 Leadership in DC Non-Profits
AMES 290 Arab American Experience
AMES 290 Israel/Palestine:A DC Dialoque
ARAB 290 Arab American Experience
ARAB 311 Israel/Palestine:A DC Dialoque GER 4B
CRWR 212 Intro to Creative Writing GER 6
GOVT 390 Foreign Policy Decision-Making
INRL 391 Foreign Policy Decision Making
KINE 350 Science of Nutrition GER 2B
KINE 352 Nutrition and the Brain GER 2B, GER 3, 
RELG 212 Introduction to Islam GER 4B
SOCL 312 Comparative Sociology GER 4B
EDUC 491 Ldership Thry Prac: DC Intrn
FMST 498 Internship
GOVT 498 Internship
INTR 480 Ldership Thry Prac: DC Intrn
* = Courses are guaranteed
Session 2 Main Campus (July 6 - August 7)
COURSE ID TITLE GER
AFST 205 Intro to Africana Studies GER 4C, GER 5, Online
AMST 470 American Food
ANTH 201* Intro to Archaeology GER 4B
ANTH 202 Intro Cultural Anthropology GER 4C
ANTH 203* Intro Biological Anthropology GER 2B
ANTH 204 The Study of Language GER 3
BIOL 414 Biochemistry Online
CHEM 206* Organic Chemistry I
CHEM 206L Organic Chemistry Lab I
CHEM 308* General Chem II for Life Sci
CHEM 354 General Chemistry Lab II
CHEM 354D General Chemistry Lab Disc
CHEM 414 Biochemistry Online
CRWR 369 Creative Writing: Poetry GER 6
ECON 102* Principles: Macroeconomics GER 3, Online
ECON 303* Intermediate Microecon Theory
ECON 308* Econometrics
ECON 322* Envir/Natrl Resource Economics
ECON 476* Intl Finance/Open Economics
ENGL 220 The Study of Language GER 3
ENGL 360* Contemporary Literature
FREN 102 Elementary French II
FREN 202 Intermediate French II
GOVT 303* Survey of Political Theory GER 7
GSWS 221 US Women's History, 1600-1879 GER 4A
HISP 102 Elementary Spanish
HISP 202 Intermediate Spanish
HIST 112* History of Europe since 1715 GER 4A
HIST 122* American History since 1877 GER 4A
HIST 131 Latin American History to 1824 GER 4B
HIST 221 US Women's Hist 1600 to 1877 GER 4A
HIST 312* Contemporary Russia
KINE 200* Intro to the Human Body GER 2B
KINE 295 Health-Related Exercise Rx GER 2B
KINE 303* Human Anatomy
KINE 304 Human Physiology GER 2B
KINE 305 Human Physiology Lab GER 2 LAB
KINE 314 Dissection Human Anat Lab
KINE 322 Motor Learning
KINE 340 Motor Development GER 3
KINE 460 Motor Control Seminar
KINE 471 Independent Study
LING 220 The Study of Language GER 3
MATH 104* Math Powered Flight GER 1
MATH 112* Calculus II GE1
MATH 211 Linear Algebra
MDLL 545 TESOL Teaching Methods
MUSC 201 Tonal Theory I
MUSC 201L Tonal Theory I Lab
MUSC 388 Music and Philosophy GER 7
PHIL 201* Introduction to Philosophy GER 7
PHIL 215* Contemporary Moral Issues GER 7
PHYS 102* Gen Physics-Lecture GER 2A
PHYS 102L General Physics-Lab  GER 2 LAB
PHYS 102P General Physics-Prob GE2A
PHYS 108 Physics for the Life-Sciences GER 2A
PHYS 108L Physics for Life-Science (Lab) GER 2LAB
PSYC 301* Elementary Statistics GER 1
PSYC 301L Elementary Statistics - Lab
PSYC 302 Research Methods/Psy
PSYC 302L Research Methods - Lab
PSYC 305 Sexuality GER 3
PSYC 314 Social Psychology GER 3
PSYC 315 Fndtns of Learning & Memory GER 2B
PSYC 318 Abnormal Psychology GER 3
SPCH 201 Public Speaking GER 6
THEA 201 Beginning Acting GER 6
THEA 411 Independent Studies
Session 2 D.C. Campus (July 6 - August 7)
COURSE ID TITLE Note
GOVT 390 How Congress Works
RELG 212 Introduction to Islam GER 4B

Updated: Updated March 3, 2015