Summer 2021 Courses
Registration for these courses began on March 22, 2021. This year, DC Summer Session has been approved to run its five consecutive evening sessions in person!
Summer Session I: June 1 - July 2
- AFST 318: Caribbean Diaspora - COLL 300
- Professor Iyabo Osiapem
- CRN: 32631
- GOVT 390/GSWS 390: From Protest to Policy: Gender in Political Process - COLL 300
- Professor Claire McKinney
- CRN: 32624 (GOVT), 32110 (GSWS)
- HIST 312/AMST 390: The History of Washington, D.C.: Promise and Paradox - COLL 300
- Professor Adrienne Petty
- CRN: 32106 (HIST), 32634 (AMST)
- RELG 346: Religion, the State, and American Politics - COLL 200, CSI; COLL 300
- Professor Patton Burchett
- CRN: 32625
Summer Session II: July 6 - August 6
- PUBP 390: Courageous Leadership - COLL 300
- Professor Drew Stelljes
- CRN: 32152
- PUBP 390: Policy Tools in U.S. National Security - COLL 300
- Professor David Trichler
- CRN: 32109
William & Mary Study in DC opportunities combine academic rigor and real world experience. Maximize your summer with W&M's hybrid online classes...in DC!
DC Summer Session allows students to earn three W&M credits through a five-week hybrid course of mostly online classwork with five consecutive evening sessions in DC. The flexibility of the hybrid course model allows students to take the online classwork from anywhere!