2013 Summer Session: May 13 - June 15
Rhodes is pleased to announce that the college will offer the following 7 courses during a five-week summer session, from May 13 - June 15.
- F1, Humanities 201 (Religion track), Dr. B. McNary-Zak
- F6, Math 107, Linear Methods, Dr. E. Gottlieb
- F6, Psych 211, Statistical Methods, Dr. N. Person
- F7, Bio 105, Cancer Biology, Dr. M. Miller
- F8, Econ 100, Introduction to Economics, Dr. J. Murray
- F9, PolSci 230, Black Political Thought, Dr. M. Pohlmann
- F10, Spanish 201, Intermediate Spanish, Dr. D. Tucker
Each of these courses will satisfy a Foundation credit and should be of particular benefit and interest to students needing a Foundation requirement (these cannot be transferred in from other institutions). In addition, attending the summer session can be a great way for students to improve their GPA, secure a spot in a popular class that typically fills up during the regular academic year, or create room in their traditional academic schedules to participate in fellowships, internships or study abroad. Along with the 10 courses listed above, summer session will also offer several Physical Education (PE) courses for students needing to complete or get ahead of this graduation requirement.
Students can take only one course during a summer session. The tuition for a summer course will be $875 per credit hour (each course is four hours), and PE courses will have a tuition charge of $100 and can easily be accommodated in tandem with the regular course. Campus housing will be available at $250 per month.
The registration deadline for summer session is May 6 – 13.
For more information, please contact John Olsen, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (901) 843-3284.
Special Student (Non-degree) Status
If you are interested in auditing a summer session course, as a Special Student (non-degree seeking), please complete the Special Student Application for Admission - Summer Session.