2013 Summer Session CoursesFor a one-page schedule of courses, please click here.
SESSION I: May 29 - June 27
AFAM 327/AMST 258/ARCP 373/ANTH 373: Field Methods in Archaeology: Beman Triangle Excavation, Sarah Croucher
ARST 480: Digital Media, Janne Holtermann
BIOL 181/MB&B 181: Principles of Biology I: Cell Biology and Molecular Basis of Heredity, Michelle Murolo
BIOL 191/MB&B 191: Principles of Biology I Laboratory, Michelle Murolo
BIOL 254/NS&B 254: Comparative Animal Behavior, John Kirn
COMP 112: Introduction to Computer Programming, James Lipton
ENGL 201: Ways of Reading, Stephanie Weiner
ENGL 270: Writing Creative Nonfiction, Anne Greene
GOVT 387: Foreign Policy at the Movies, Douglas Foyle
HIST 177/SISP 277: Science's Visual Cultures: Medieval to Present, Jennifer Tucker
MATH 121: Calculus I, Part I, Bonita Graham
QAC 201/SOC 257/GOVT 201/PSYC 280/NS&B 280: Applied Data Analysis, Arielle Selya
ARST 131: Drawing I, Kate TenEyck
BIOL 182/MB&B 182: Principles of Biology II, Kate Miller and Kate McDonald
BIOL 192/MB&B 192: Principles of Biology II Laboratory, Michelle Murolo
E&ES 322: Introduction to GIS, Kim Diver
ENGL 370: The Graphic Novel, Will Eggers
GOVT 230: Political Communication, Elvin Lim
MATH 132: Elementary Statistics, David White
TUTORIALS: Wesleyan students are also welcome to develop an individual or group tutorial with a faculty member during Summer Session. Download the Summer Session Tutorial Form to begin the process. The tuition for a tutorial is the same tuition that is charged for any 3-credit Summer Session course. For more information about tutorials, see the Academic Regulations.
Full course descriptions will be available soon on WesMaps.