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Cornell University School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions

Courses

Session dates: June 27 - August 9, 2016

AEM: Applied Economics and Management

ALS: Agriculture and Life Sciences

AMST: American Studies

ANTHR: Anthropology

ARCH: Architecture

ART: Art

ART 3699: Photography: Special Topics: Introduction to the Photography Project

ASIAN: Asian Studies

ASRC: Africana Studies and Research Center

ASTRO: Astronomy

BIOEE: BIO: Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

BIOG: BIO: General Courses

BIOMG: Molecular Biology and Genetics

BIOMI: BIO: Microbiology

BIOMS: Biomedical Sciences

BIONB: BIO: Neurobiology and Behavior

CHEM: Chemistry and Chemical Biology

CHEM 1002: Chemical Concepts-Prefresh: Analytical Problem Solving for Chem 1001 (summer only)

CLASS: Classics

COGST: Cognitive Science

COMM: Communication

CS: Computer Science

DEA: Design and Environmental Analysis

DSOC: Development Sociology

EAS: Earth and Atmospheric Sciences

ECON: Economics

ECON 1011: PSP Economics: Concepts of Economics

ENGL: English

ENGL 1131: FWS: Mastering College Reading and Writing: Pan-African Freedom Fighters in Their Own Words (summer only)

ENGRD: Engineering: Distribution Systems Engineering

ENGRG: Engineering: General Interest

ENGRI: Engineering: Introduction

GOVT: Government

HE: Human Ecology Nondepartmental

HIST: History

ILRLR: ILR: Labor Relations, Law, and History

ILROB: ILR: Organizational Behavior

LING: Linguistics

LSP: Latino Studies Program

MAE: Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

MATH: Mathematics

MUSIC: Music

PE: Physical Education

PE 1160: Latin Dance: Salsa and Latin Dance
PE 1261: Fitness and Conditioning: Functional Fitness at Appel

PHIL: Philosophy

PHYS: Physics

PLBIO: Plant Biology

PMA: Performing and Media Arts

PSYCH: Psychology

SOC: Sociology

STS: Science and Technology Studies

SYSEN: Systems Engineering

WRIT: Writing Program

WRIT 1011: Academic Writing: Management Communication (summer only)
WRIT 1340: FWS: An Introduction to Writing in the University: Religion and Politics in Today's America (summer only)