Session I

Wednesday, May 29 – Thursday, June 13 (10 days, three weeks) 

Course #Faculty-LastFaculty-Last NameFaculty-First NameCreditsDeliver System
HI 222 CClassical HistoryWhiteScott3Online
MG 375Leadership styles: Presidents and GeneralsSpillnerJohn3Online
PS 344BiopsychologyChunDavid3Online
SO 111Intro to SociologyParrelloTara3Online
SO 223 VGSocial ProblemsHyppoliteMelody3Online

Session II

Monday, June 17-Tuesday, July 23 (20 days, six weeks). No class on June 19 and July 4

Course #Faculty-LastFaculty-Last NameFaculty-First NameCreditsDeliver System
EN442 VGWomen Coming of AgeDolginEllen3Online
HI 223 MMedieval EuropeWhiteScott3Online
MA 225StatisticsZigicJovan3Online
MG 355International ManagementPenninoClare3Online
SO/SW 330 VEthic Group InteractionSwanwickMichael3Online

Session III

Tuesday, June 25-Thursday, August 6- 18 days across seven weeks. No class on July 4

Course #Faculty-LastFaculty-Last NameFaculty-First NameCreditsDeliver System
HI 335 PConsensus in AmericaCarloJoseph3Online
HI 292Women in American HistoryAndersonKatie3Online
MA 116 Finite MathZigicJovan3Online

Science Session

CH 223 Fundamentals of General, Organic and Biochemistry
6/18-7/17 MTWR 6-9 lab room 314 Prusmack
Lecture online asynchronous
Rayah Mansour

BI 326 Pathophysiology
Online, asynchronous, 6/18-7/25
Debra Silverman

BI 224 Anatomy and Physiology II
7/8-8/1  MTWR 6-9 lab G-22 Prusmack (or 321 if PT is using G-22)
Lecture online asynchronous
Jeanmarie Silverman