Summer School - Core Requirements & Online Courses

2018 Summer Courses Meeting UD CORE Requirements and Online Course

All online courses are eight weeks in length and most will run from Tuesday, May 29 – Friday, July 20 those denoted with an * below will run from Monday, June 11 - Friday, August 3 

General Required Courses

General Education

Summer Session 1 - BIO 111 Biological Science w/Lab

Summer Session 1 – BIO 357 Anatomy & Physiology for Non-majors w/Lab (online)

Summer Session 1 – CHM 105 General Organic and Biochemistry w/Lab

Summer Session 1 – CHM 111 General Chemistry I w/Lab

Summer Session 2 – CHM 112 General Chemistry II w/Lab

Summer Session 1 – CIS 101 Introduction to Computers

Summer Session 2 – CIS 101 Introduction to Computers

Summer Session 1 – CIS 103 Computer Applications in Business (online)

Summer Session 1 – COM 101 Basic Speech Communication

Summer Session 1 – ENG 101 Composition and Rhetoric

Summer Session 1 – ENG 101 Composition and Rhetoric (online*)

Summer Session 1 – HWS 110 Weightlifting I

Summer Session 2 – HWS 110 Weightlifting II

Summer Session 2 – HWS 110 HWS Activity Course Basketball

Summer Session 1 – REL 110 Judeo-Christian Journeys (online*)

Summer Session 1 – RES 104 Research Writing (online)

Summer Session 1 – RES 104 Research Writing (online*)

Summer Session 1 – MATH 112 Algebra

Summer Session 1 – MATH 150 Analysis of Function & Trigonometry (online)

Summer Session 1 – MATH 230 Introduction to Statistics 

Pillar Courses

Social Development

Summer Session 1 – COM 210 Interpersonal Communication

Summer Session 1 – EDU 119 Human Relation Skills

Summer Session 1 – PSY 110 Introduction to Psychology (online)

Summer Session 1 – SOC 111 Introduction to Sociology (online*)

 

Aesthetics

Area A – Literature

Summer Session 2 – ENG 112 Introduction to Literature

Area B - Fine or Performing Arts

Summer Session 1 – ART 112 Survey of Western Art II (hybrid)

Summer Session 2 – ART 221 Drawing Fundamentals

Summer Session 1 – ART 367 Digital Photography in Ireland (travel)

Summer Session 1 – UDMS 111 Music Appreciation (online)

 

Global Awareness

Area A

Summer Session 2 – BAC 120 Principles of Macroeconomics

Summer Session 1 – UDHS 121 World Civilization I (online*)

Summer Session 1 – UDIN 115 World Geography (online)

Area B

Summer Session 1 – ART 367 Digital Photography in Ireland (travel)

Summer Session 1 – CCS 101 Cross Cultural Study (online)

 

Stewardship

Summer Session 1 – BIO 125 Population, Resources & Environment

Summer Session 1 – BIO 125 Population, Resources & Environment (online*)

Summer Session 1 – REL 214 Environmental Perspectives (online)

 

WVIII

Summer Session 1 – AVI 401 Applied Aerodynamics (online)

Summer Session 2 – BAC 340 Effective Communication in Business

Summer Session 1 – EDU 303 Reading & Writing in Content Area (online*)

Summer Session 1 – REL 214 Environmental Perspectives (online)

Summer Session 1 – MATH 230 Introduction to Statistics

Online (& hybrid) Courses

All online courses are eight weeks in length and most will run from Tuesday, May 29 – Friday, July 20 those denoted with an *below will run from Monday, June 11- Friday, August 3

ART 112 – Survey of Western Art II (hybrid)

AVI 233 – Air Transportation

AVI 337 – Airport Management

AVI 349 – Aviation Safety Management

AVI 368 – Paris Airshow & French Culture (hybrid & travel)

AVI 401 – Applied Aerodynamics

*BAC 201 – Principles of Management

BAC 280 – Principles of Marketing

BAC 304 – Human Capital

BAC 315 - Social Enterprise

BAC 324 – Leadership & Motivation

BAC 421 – Business Law

*BIO 125 – Population, Resources and Environment

BIO 150 – Medical Terminology

BIO 357 – Anatomy & Physiology for Non-majors w/Lab (online)

CCS 101 – Cross Cultural Study

CIS 103 – Computer Applications in Business

COM 357-60 – Topics: Digital Storytelling

COM 357-61 – Topics: Leadership for Nonprofits

EDU 204 – Characteristics of Diverse Learners, K-12

EDU 206 – Assessment Diagn. & Eval. Disab. K-12

EDU 220 – Foundations of Early Childhood

EDU 225 – Early Childhood Development

EDU 302 – Curriculum & Instruction in Reading

*EDU 303 – Reading & Writing in Content Area

EDU 348 – Transition Planning 5-12

EDU 363 – Managing Behavior & Social Skills K-12 (hybrid)

EDU 365 – Comm. & Collaborative Partnerships K-12

*ENG 101 – Composition and Rhetoric

*HWS 220 – Sports Psychology

*HWS 244 – Wellness Lifestyle

HWS 246 – Human Nutrition

HWS 311 - Geriatrics

HWS 330 – Sport Finance

HWS 311 – Geriatrics

MATH 150 - Precalculus

PSY 110 – Intro to Psychology

PSY 119 – Life Span Development

PSY 223 – Adolescent Development

PSY 354 – Abnormal Psychology

*REL 110 – Judeo-Christian Journeys

REL 214 – Environmental Perspectives

RES 104 – Introduction to Research Writing

*RES 104 – Introduction to Research Writing

SCJ 212 - Criminology

*SOC 111 – Introduction to Sociology

SOC 331 – Social Stratification

*UDHS 121 – World Civilization I

UDHS 212 – US History Since 1865

UDIN 115 – World Geography

UDMS 111 – Music Appreciation