Second Summer Intersession Classes

Each school and college offer a variety of courses during Intersessions. These short-term classes span between 2-to-5-week intervals. Courses and course descriptions are listed within the respective school and college. All class will be held through remote and online modalities. For specific information about course details and prerequisites, visit Canelink and search for Intersession within the additional search criteria option.

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  • COS360 Speech Writing

    Professor: David Steinberg


    Course Description: This is a course on written speeches, speechwriting, and delivering speeches from manuscripts. Students will write, review and edit their own work, and will work in teams engaging peer review and corporate authorship to produce manuscripts for a variety of types and purposes of speeches employing a broad range of strategies for proof, language, and engagement.

  • MCY127 Evolution of Rock

    Professor: Charles Bergeron


    Course Description: Rock music from its sources to the present. Aural recognition of rock styles and selected performing artists are included. This course is not for music majors. Music majors should enroll in MCY 311.
    Requisite: Must not be in School of Music.

  • POL551/651 Environmental Movement: Groups, Beliefs and Values

    Professor: Jonathan West


    Course Description: Definitions and measures of productivity. Evaluation of government programs, and methods of productivity improvement.