Course Listing and Dates

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Summer Course Listings

May 24 - June 29  and July 6 - August 11, 2016
For more information, please contact PaGE@mtholyoke.edu.

These courses are open to students (from Mount Holyoke and other colleges!), alumnae and community members seeking academic credit, professional development and personal enrichment. Click on course names below for more information. Housing and dining plans on campus are available until deadline of May 1, 2016.

Application deadline: Our application period has closed for the summer courses for credit.  We are still accepting applications for the iDesign Workshops.


Summer Session 2:   Wed, July 6 – Thu Aug 11, 2016

Art
Color Theory: A Travelogue in Color - Landscapes

Introduction to Contemporary Art
(online)
Kandinsky, Modern Art and Abstraction

Biology
Human Physiology

Chemistry
General Chemistry II

Organic Chemistry II

Computer Science
iDesign Workshop for Middle School Girls
iDesign Workshop for High School Girls

Education
Coaching, Mentoring, and Facilitating Instructional Improvements
(classroom or online)
Equity and Social Justice- A Teacher's Role  (classroom or online)
Owning Assessments and Data for Student Learning
 
(classroom or online)
Promoting Professional Learning
(classroom or online)

Film
The Radical Imagination in Global Cinema

Philosophy
Doing Good in the World

Physics
Physics II

Psychology
Adolescent and Adult Development
(online)
Social Psychology (online)

Sociology
Sociology of 9/11 and the War on Terror
(online)

Special Education
Differentiated Instruction for Diverse Learners

The Inclusive Classroom: Strategies and Interventions for Promoting Learning and Positive Outcomes for all Students

Writing
Poetry Writing and Social Change 
(online)


Summer Session 1: Tue, May 24 - Wed, June 29, 2016 
(All applications closed)

Biology
Vertebrate Anatomy

Chemistry
General Chemistry I

Organic Chemistry I

Computer Science
Computer Science 101:  Problem Solving and Object-Oriented Programming (Applications Closed)

Education
Fostering a Collaborative Culture for Learning
(classroom or online)
Leading Colleagues Using Research- Bridging the Gap Between Research and Practice
(classroom or online

English
Shakespeare and Race 

TESOL Certificate: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

Film
American Dreams—Cinema in the 60s and 70s  

Chinese Hollywood-Through the Lens of Visual Literacy
(online)

Physics
Physics I

Psychology
Introduction to Psychology
(online)

Special Education
Foundations of Reading: Development, Comprehension, Instruction and Assessment

The Law, Transition and Collaboration

Moderate Disabilities Practicum II - Student Teaching in Inclusive Classrooms

Writing
Introduction to Creative Writing
(online)


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Summer 2016 Courses credit online on campus