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Online Classes

All information is subject to change without notice or obligation.

Session 1: June 21 – July 27

 
Anthropology
ANTH 11A  Cultures and Ideas I
ANTH 50  World Geography
 
Art
ARTS 32  Two Dimensional Design
 
Communication
COMM 2  Media in a Global World
COMM 12  Technology & Communication
COMM 162B  Visual Cultural
COMM 177A Leadership and Communication
 
English
ENGL 31  Writing about Literature & Culture
ENGL 122AW  Film, Gender, & Sexuality 
ENGL 175  Creative Nonfiction
 
Environmental Studies & Sciences
ENVS 50  World Geography
 
Ethnic Studies
ETHN 152  Multi-Racial Identities
ETHN 155 Racism in the U.S. 
 
History
HIST 85  U.S. Environmental History  
 
Philosophy
PHIL 22  Ethics in the Digital Age
PHIL 29  Ethics and the Environment
 
Political Science
POLI 1  Introduction to  U.S. Politics
POLI 2  Introduction to Comparative Politics 
POLI 40  Politics of U.S. Economic Policies 
POLI 50  World Geography
POLI 156  Politics & Mass Media
 
Psychology
PSYC 51  Statistics and Methods 1
PSYC 115  Abnormal Psychology
PSYC 185  Developmental Psychology 
 
Public Health Science
PHSC 1  Human Health and Disease 
PHSC 2  The American Health System
 
Religious Studies
RSOC 51  Religion in America 
RSOC 119  Media and Religion
RSOC 168  Gender and Judaism 
SCTR 19  Religions of the Book
SCTR 132  Apocalypse Now 
TESP 79  Women in Christian Tradition 
TESP 82  Witches, Saints, & Heretics  (Two Sections)
TESP 119  Theology, Sex, and Relationships
TESP 124  Theology of Marriage (Two Sections)
TESP 164  Religious Ethics in Business 
 
Sociology
SOCI 33  Social Problems
SOCI 134  Globalization and Inequality
 
Women’s & Gender Studies
WGST 48  Women in Christian Tradition 
WGST 134AW  Film, Gender, and Sexuality 
WGST 145  Gender and Judaism  
 

Session 2: July 30 – September 5

 
Anthropology
ANTH 12A  Cultures and Ideas II
 
Art History
ARTH 24  Damascus to Dubai  
 
Child Studies
CHST 100  Advanced Writing in Research in Social Science
 
Classics
CLAS  149 Ancient and Modern Ethics
 
English
ENGL 106  Advanced Writing
ENGL 115  Argumentation
ENGL 122AW  Film, Gender & Sexuality
 
Ethnic Studies
ETHN 144  Asian Americans in the Media 
ETHN 157  Race, Gender, Class and the College Experience 
 
Music
MUSC 132  The History of Hip-Hop
 
Philosophy
PHIL 25  Ethics in Society
PHIL 30  Ethics and the Law
  
Political Science
POLI 1  Introduction to U.S. Politics
POLI 2  Introduction to Comparative Politics
POLI 150AW  The Presidency 
  
Psychology
PSYC 2  Introduction to Psychology II
PSYC 167  Psychopharmacology
 
Religious Studies
RSOC 51  Religion in America
RSOC 64  Comparative Religion and Environmentalism 
RSOC 168  Gender and Judaism 
SCTR 19  Religions of the Book
TESP 26  Sustainable Theologies
TESP 79  Women in Christian Tradition 
TESP 119  Theology, Sex and Relationships
TESP 187  Christ and Catholic Theology
 
Sociology
SOCI 1  Principles of Sociology 
SOCI 149  Business, Technology and Society 
SOCI 159  Sociology of Crime
 
Women’s & Gender Studies
WGST 48  Women in Christian Tradition 
WGST 114  Race, Gender, Class and the College Experience 
WGST 134AW  Film, Gender and Sexuality 
WGST 145  Gender and Judaism  
 
 

Session 3A: June 18 - July 6

Child Studies
CHST 75  Technology and Education
 
Ethnic Studies
ENTH 96  Race, Class and Culture through Film 
All information is subject to change without notice or obligation.

Session 1: June 21 – July 27

Economics
ECON 2  Principles of Macroeconomics
 
Operations and Management Information Systems
OMIS 15  Introduction to Spreadsheets
OMIS 108  Operations Management
 

Session 2: July 30 – September 5

Business
BUSN 85  Business Law
  
Operations and Management Information Systems
OMIS 15  Introduction to Spreadsheets
OMIS 108  Operations Management (Two Sections)

Technology Skills

Students must have:

  • reliable access to a computer with Internet connection (high-speed is preferable) equipped with antivirus software (available free of charge to SCU students); 
  • the latest version of your browser (Explorer for PC, Safari or Camino for Macs) with appropriate plug-ins; 
  • Adobe Acrobat Reader; QuickTime, and Windows Media Player;
  • word processing capability (Microsoft Word, Pages, Google Docs, or other).;
  • a web browser (Firefox, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari or other)

You may also need video recording capability (webcam, digital camera, smartphone, or tablet).

 

Additional Information

Upon enrollment in an online course, students MUST check their SCU email account daily. If you are enrolled in an online course and have not heard from your instructor three days before the class begins, then you are responsible for contacting the instructor. If for any reason, you cannot contact the instructor, you should contact the Summer Sessions Office at 408-554-4833 or scusummer@scu.edu.
 

For financial (billing and refund) purposes, all online courses are assigned a Monday, Wednesday, Thursday schedule. However, you are required to complete the assignments as assigned in the syllabus posted on Canvas.

 

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