Course Catalog and Schedule

Summer Session courses are now available in the course schedule.

General Education Program (GEP) Courses

View the lists of Summer 2017 courses by GEP requirement satisfied (the course list is subject to change; please use the Course Schedule Search tool above for the most up to date course listing).

Maymester Courses

Want to reward and engage your mind this summer? Enroll in a Maymester course: where academic innovation and intensive engagement meet student success. Maymester is a three-week session taken in May for students who would like an alternative to taking courses during the summer sessions and regular academic year.

Why Maymester Courses?

2017 Maymester Courses

Download Maymester 2017 course descriptions here

CourseClass DescriptionInstructorCourse Fulfills:
AFS 248Survey of African-American LiteratureDudleyGEP Humanities, GEP US Diversity, College Literature II
ANS 105Introduction to Companion Animal ScienceAnge-Van HeugtenGEP Natural Sciences
ANT 495Forensic Anthropology Crime Scene Investigation Field MethodsJuarezCollege Social Sciences (Not a GEP Social Sciences Course)
ARC 590Advanced 3D RenderingAbrams
ARC 590Portfolio WorkshopHill, Queen
ARE 201Introduction to Agricultural & Resource EconomicsPhillipsGEP Social Sciences
COM 298Language, Communication, and CultureRomoCODA Requirement for Additional 200-Level COM Course
COM 335Language DevelopmentDeJoy
EDP 304Educational PsychologyGreeneGEP Social Sciences
ENG 248Survey of African-American LiteratureDudleyGEP Humanities, GEP US Diversity, College Literature II
ENG 376Science FictionFyfeGEP Interdisciplinary Perspectives, College Literature II
ENG 382Film and Literature (First Person Documentary Film and Autobiographical Literature)GelleyGEP Visual & Performing Arts, College Literature II
FLS 495Special Topics in Spanish: Spanish in Raleigh-DurhamMichnowiczCan Count in Spanish Major/Minor and MA in Foreign Lanuages
FLS 595Special Topics in Spanish: Spanish in Raleigh-DurhamMichnowiczCan Count in Spanish Major/Minor and MA in Foreign Lanuages
GC 120Foundations of GraphicsClark, FahrerGEP Visual & Performing Arts
HI 499Topics in History and MemoryFriend
HI 499Pottery and the Economy of the Roman EmpireParker III
HI 563Topics in History and MemoryFriend
HI 595Pottery and the Economy of the Roman EmpireParker III
ISE 311Engineering Economic AnalysisLavelle
MIE 480Business Policy and Strategy
MLS 501Seminar in Liberal Studies, "Collection, Collectors, and Collecting"Garval
PHI 205Introduction to PhilosophyDriscollGEP Humanities, College Philosophy
PS 306Gender and Politics in the United StatesGreeneGEP Social Sciences, GEP US Diversity
REL 210Religious Traditions of the WorldMcLaughlinGEP Global Knowledge, GEP Humanities, College Arts & Letters
SOC 203Current Social ProblemsDeCosterGEP Social Sciences, GEP US Diversity
SSUS 298Language, Communication, and CultureRomoGEP Social Sciences, GEP US Diversity
SW 260Introduction to Gerontology: An Interdisciplinary Field of PracticeBullockGEP Interdisciplinary Perspectives, GEP US Diversity

*Graduate-level course