Summer 2016 Courses

Summer 2016 Courses

See Our Interactive Schedule & Course Enrollments


Once there you should do the following:

Under Semester, select Summer 2016

Under Campus, select Abington (OZ)

Under Location, select Abington (OZ)

Under Course Subject you will see a pull-down menu listing course subject areas for the summer, select your subject

You don’t have to select course number, leave that as all courses

You can run this search over again for other subject areas.


Listed below are hybrid, online and Maymester courses for Summer 2016:

HYBRID COURSES

(Courses that are mix of in-class and online work)

B A 243 Social Legal and Ethical Environment of Business,

BI SC 002 Genetics, Ecology & Evolution          

BIOL 011 Intro Biology

CAS 100A Effective Speech         

CRIM 497 Crime, Justice and Society in England, 1750-1914         

HIST 435 Crime, Justice and Society in England, 1750-1914

HIST 021 US Civ. since 1877       

IST 402 Linux, Python, and PHP 

IST 420 Fundamentals of Systems and Enterprise Integration         

MIS 204 Intro. to Business Information Systems        

NUTR 251 Introductory Principles of Nutrition 

PHIL 012 Symbolic Logic 

PHIL 103/103W Ethics      

PL SC 001 Introduction to American National Government

SOC 001 Introductory Sociology

 

ONLINE COURSES

CAS 352 Organization Communications                    

CC 403W Studies in Public Relations               

CMPEN 271 Digital System  

CMPSC 201 Computer Programming for Engineers Using C  

COMM 100 Mass Media & Society          

COMM 150 Art of the Cinema     

ENGL 136 The Graphic Novel 

ENGL 420 Writing for the Web  

MKTG 301 Principles of Marketing

 

MAYMESTER COURSES

KINES 126 Health Programs & the Elementary School Child

KINES 025 Introduction to Court Sports

KINES 091A Introduction to Team Sports/Outdoor - Soccer

AM ST 105 Popular Films & Recent Am History          

INART 110 Popular Films & Recent Am History           

B A 243 Social Legal and Ethical Environment of Business

PL SC 001 Introduction to American National Government  

CRIM J 430 Alternatives to Incarceration          

CRIM J 469 Drugs and Drug Policy in the United States        

HIST 469 Drugs and Drug Policy in the United States

THEA 102 Fundamentals of Acting

MATH 231 Calculus of Several Variables          

PHOTO 100 Photography100