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College of Arts and Sciences

Summer Semester

Summer 2020 is your opportunity to thrive. Hundreds of courses are online to help you build new skills and get on the fast track to graduation. No matter where you are, we’re bringing the classroom to you.

Carolina Core

Summer is a great time to finish general education courses that you need for graduation. The College of Arts and Sciences has more than 100 summer courses that line up with the Carolina Core.

Course Credit Hours Carolina Core Designation
Understanding Other Cultures (ANTH 102) 3 GSS
Elementary Arabic (ARAB 121) 4 GFL
History of Western Art II (ARTH 106) 3 AIU
Chemistry and Modern Society I (CHEM 105) 4 SCI
Dance Appreciation (DANC 101) 3 AIU
Creative Writing and Community (ENGL 200) 3 AIU/VSR
Film and Media Analysis (FAMS 240) 3 AIU
Intro to Physical Geography (GEOG 104) 3 SCI
German Culture & Civilization (GERM 280) 3 GHS
Elementary Italian (ITAL 121) 4 GFL
Elementary Japanese (JAPA 121) 4 GFL
Communicating Moral Issues (PHIL 213) 3 CMS/VSR
Engineering Ethics (PHIL 325) 3 VSR
American National Government (POLI 201) 3 GSS/VSR
Social Advocacy & Ethical Life (SAEL 200) 3 CMS/VSR
Introductory Sociology (SOCY 101) 3 GSS
Intro to Statistical Reasoning (STAT 110) 3 ARP
Elem Statistics for Business (STAT 206) 3 ARP
Intro to WGST (WGST 112) 3 GSS/VSR
Course Credit Hours Carolina Core Designation
General Biology (BIOL 110) 4 SCI
General Chemistry I (CHEM 111) 3 SCI
General Chemistry I Lab (CHEM 111L) 1 SCI
Beginning French I (FREN 109) 3 GFL
Basic Proficiency in French (FREN 122) 3 GFL
The Digital Earth (GEOG 105) 3 ARP
Landform Geography (GEOG 201) 4 SCI
Viking Mythology (GERM 290) 3 AIU
Intro to African History (HIST 106) 3 GHS
US History to 1865 (HIST 111) 3 GHS
Calculus for BA & Soc Sciences (MATH 122) 3 ARP
Beginning Spanish I (SPAN 109) 3 GFL
Elementary Spanish (SPAN 121) 3 GFL
Basic Proficiency in Spanish (SPAN 122) 3 GFL
Online Public Communication (SPCH 145) 3 CMS
Statistics and the Media (STAT 112) 3 ARP/ INF
Intro to WGST (WGST 112) 3 GSS/VSR
Course Credit Hours Carolina Core Designation
Intro to AFAM: Soc & Hstrcl (AFAM 201) 3 GSS
Primates, People, & Prehist (ANTH 101) 3 GSS
Men and Masculinities (WGST 432) 3  
The Literary South (SOST 101) 3 AIU
Course Credit Hours Carolina Core Designation
Intro to AFAM: Soc & Hstrcl (AFAM 201) 3 GSS
Primates, People, & Prehist (ANTH 101) 3 GSS
Men and Masculinities (WGST 432) 3  
The Literary South (SOST 101) 3 AIU
Course Credit Hours Carolina Core Designation
Intro to AFAM: Soc & Hstrcl (AFAM 201) 3 GSS
Primates, People, & Prehist (ANTH 101) 3 GSS
Men and Masculinities (WGST 432) 3  
The Literary South (SOST 101) 3 AIU

Get Ahead

Take the next step in toward graduation and your career with prerequisites and electives.

Spanish for Business
Biological Principles (Biol 101)
Human Anatomy & Physiology (Biol 243)
Microbiology (Biol 250)
Essentials of Organic Chemistry (Chem 333)
Calculus for BA & Social Sciences (Math 122)
Calculus I (Math 141)
Engineering Ethics (Phil 325)
Values and Ethics in Literature (CPLT 250)

 

Dive deep

Want to move forward in your major now? Arts and Sciences faculty will help you master the concepts and skills for your career. Talk to your advisor to select the best courses for you or browse your department’s offerings in Self Service Carolina.

 


 

More Information about Summer

Tuition and Financial Aid

Tuition for summer courses is charged at the part-time rate of $512 per credit hour (residents) or $1,397 per credit hour (non-resident). See the Bursar’s page for additional information.

You can apply for financial aid.

 

Important Dates

Current students, apply for financial aid by May 1.

New students, please apply by May 1. Applications may be accepted through June 1 for degree-seeking students or June 12 for non-degree seeking students.

 

Summer Schedule

You can take classes and take time off this summer. Our schedule is flexible to meet your needs. See the full schedule below.

Session

Dates

Full Summer Session (3S0)

May 11 - July 30
Exams July 31 and August 1

6-Week Session I (3S1)

May 11 - June 18
Exams June 19 and 20

6-Week Session II (3S2)

June 22 - July 30
Exams July 31 and August 1

3-Week Session I (3S3)

May 11 - May 28
Exams May 29

3-Week Session II (3S4)

June 1 - June 17
Exams June 19

3-Week Session III (3S5)

June 22 – July 8
Exams July 10

9-Week Session (3S6)

June 1 - July 30
Exams July 31 and August 1


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