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The University of Wisconsin-Madison was founded in 1848 and, along with 13 other universities, is part of the University of Wisconsin system, one of the largest public higher education systems in the United States. With its 42,000 students, it is also one of the largest and most prestigious state universities in the US. It is a member of the Association of American Universities, an association of leading North American universities with strong research interests, and is known as Public ivy designated. She is also one of the Top 25 of American universities with the most international students.

The UW Madison is one successful research institution and offers its students a first class teaching. Particularly renowned fields of study include education, health care, engineering, law, medicine, public affairs, and economics. A large number of UW-Madison's alumni are Nobel- as well as Pulitzer Prize winners.

The UW Madison is in more than160 different departments and study programs divided. Students referred to UW-Madison by College Contact can attend the Visiting International Student Program participate and for it from about 130 Bachelor and 144 Master programs put together the right combination of subjects for you.

The Wisconsin Union offers its students numerous opportunities to get involved in the colorful campus life and to take part in sporting and cultural activities. In more than 800 student organizations the students can get involved.

The UW-Madison is located in the city of Madison near the Capitol on the south shore of Lake Mendota. The main campus extends on oneArea of ​​almost 4 km² and gives the impression of a “city within the city”, as everything you need for your studies and your free time is located there. With its own police force, the "UW-Madison Police", the campus is regarded as particularly safe.

Facts

Founding year: 1848

University type: State University

Number of students: Total 38,440, 29,536 undergraduate, 8,904 postgraduate, international 4000

Accreditations:

  • Credited by HLC (Higher Learning Commission)

Academic year:

The University of Wisconsin-Madison's regular academic year is in two semesters divided.

Summer 4 Week a 2021: June 14th, 2021 - July 9th, 2021

Summer 8 Week 2021: June 14th, 2021 - August 6th, 2021

Summer 4 Week b 2021: 07/12/2021 - 08/06/2021

Case 2021: September 8th, 2021 - December 23rd, 2021

Study programs

Course directories

The following links will take you to the course catalog and, if applicable, the timetable of this university. While the course catalog primarily provides an overview of the courses offered and their curriculum, you will find the courses actually offered in the individual semesters in the timetable. We are of course always happy to answer any questions you may have about the courses on offer.

campus

The University of Wisconsin-Madison is on one Headland between Lake Mendota and Lake Monona. Since the campus is in the city of Madison, the downtown and college campuses merge. In 2011 Travel + Leisure recognized the UW-Madison campus as one of the most beautiful university campus in the US chosen.

There are various museums on campus such as the Geology Museum, the Zoological Museum and the Physics Museum. The UW Madison owns the twelfth largest research library in the USA. The campus has several "National Historic Landmark" buildings. The Bascom Hill Historic District has some of the oldest buildings on campus. Numerous parks and cafes invite you to relax. The university has its own hospital, restaurants, sports facilities and a botanical garden. In addition, the largest university in the "Dairyland of America" ​​has its own dairy.


Living

UW-Madison offers international students a limited number of rooms in dormitories and apartments on campus. Many exchange students live in private accommodation near the UW-Madison. The “Madison Friends of International Students” also offer exchange students accommodation for short stays.

 

The following accommodation options are available:

  • Dormitory
  • Apartment on campus
  • Private apartments / hotels

The specific availability of the individual accommodation options may vary depending on the study program. You can find detailed information via the links or in the "free brochure" for the respective program. We are happy to answer any questions you may have.

The college town of Madison

The university town of Madison is a suitable choice for nature lovers as well as city dwellers to complete a semester abroad. Madison is the second largest city in the state of Wisconsin with a population of 252,551. The capital of the “cheese state” is often chosen as “one of the best places to live in the U.S.”. Bigger cities like Milwaukee, Chicago and Minneapolis are easily accessible by bus.

Madison has a lot to offer with a huge art and music scene, plenty of shopping, award-winning restaurants and sporting events. It is a very bike-friendly city and offers the opportunity to take part in outdoor activities all year round. In winter you can keep fit by skiing and snowboarding, while in summer you can go hiking, sailing or swimming.

The white granite building of the Renaissance-style Capitol dominates the skyline. At the end of State Street is an observation deck with an impressive view of the City of Lakes.

The population is very creative, close to nature and has a high standard of education. The climate is pleasant, with an average of 187 sunny days per year.

The latest news about the university

Semester abroad in the Midwest: Interview with Anja from the University of Wisconsin-Madison

With around 4,000 international students from more than 130 countries, the University of Wisconsin-Madison is one of the most popular US universities for semesters abroad due to its excellent courses and optimal on-site support.

To find out more about the UW-Madison semester program, we got in touch with Anja. Anja spent almost a year on her master's degree at UW-Madison and tells us about life at Midwest University, the courses on site and the most beautiful leisure activities in Madison.

   

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Study programs

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The Visiting International Student Program (VISP) enables international students to study one or more semesters abroad at UW-Madison. Bachelor and master students can attend all regular study programs take part.

Depending on availability, the participants of the VISP program on an academic fieldspecialize (Thematic VISP Track) or Subject combinationsfrom different faculties put together (Traditional VISP Track). The VISP program offers a Orientation event on site at.


fees

  • Undergraduate Tuition (12 credits)
    Postgraduate Tuition (12 credits)
    Postgraduate Tuition (8 credits)

The official tuition fees for the Undergraduate VISP with the 12 credits required due to the visa are actually higher than stated here. However, all Bachelor students who participate in the Undergraduate VISP with College Contact will automatically receive anReduction in tuition fees of US $ 5000. This reduction has already been taken into account in the above fees.

The same applies to Masters studentswho are in the Graduate VISP at least12 creditswant to prove.

In the master’s area, however, only 8 credits required to achieve full-time status. Students who choose this option receive a discount of US $ 3000, which has also already been included in the fees for 8 credits listed above.

Further information can be found at the link below.


Financing options

Those who go to the UW-Madison for a semester abroad can, among other things, apply for BAföG abroad. Eligible students receive a grant towards the tuition fees of up to EUR 4600, a travel allowance and a grant about health insurance and living expenses.


requirements

The Visiting International Student Program (VISP) of UW-Madison is aimed at Bachelor and Master students of all subjects with good to very good academic performance.

Bachelor students must have completed at least one semester at their home university. Besides, they have to Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.0 or 4.0. A GPA of 3.0 corresponds to a 2.0 in the German grading system; a GPA of 4.0 corresponds to 1.0.

Students who want to take part in the graduate courses must have completed a bachelor's degree. You do not have to be enrolled in a master’s degree at your home university.

A minimum number in a standardized language test such as the TOEFL or IELTS is mandatory for the program.

Language skills can be proven by one of the following test results or documents:

UndergraduatePostgraduate
DAAD language testC1 levelC1 level
IELTS6.56.5
TOEFL (internet-based)8080

The language certificate cannot be submitted later.

 

Degree programs / courses

Degree programs / courses in English - Undergraduate

  • Bachelor of Arts in African Languages ​​and Literature
  • Bachelor of Arts in Afro-American Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology
  • Bachelor of Arts in Art Education
  • Bachelor of Arts in Art History
  • Bachelor of Arts in Asian Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Botany
  • Bachelor of Arts in Chinese
  • Bachelor of Arts in Classical Humanities
  • Bachelor of Arts in Classics
  • Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts
  • Bachelor of Arts in Comparative Literature and Folklore Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in English
  • Bachelor of Arts in French
  • Bachelor of Arts in Gender and Women's Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Geography
  • Bachelor of Arts in German
  • Bachelor of Arts in History
  • Bachelor of Arts in History
  • Bachelor of Arts in International Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Italian
  • Bachelor of Arts in Japanese
  • Bachelor of Arts in Jewish Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Journalism
  • Bachelor of Arts in Languages ​​and Cultures of Asia
  • Bachelor of Arts in Latin
  • Bachelor of Arts in Latin American, Caribbean, and Iberian Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics
  • Bachelor of Arts in Microbiology
  • Bachelor of Arts in Music
  • Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy
  • Bachelor of Arts in Polish
  • Bachelor of Arts in Political Science
  • Bachelor of Arts in Portuguese
  • Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Russian
  • Bachelor of Arts in Scandinavian Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Social Welfare
  • Bachelor of Arts in Sociology
  • Bachelor of Arts in Spanish
  • Bachelor of Arts in Zoology
  • Bachelor of Music in Music - Education
  • Bachelor of Music in Music - Performance
  • Bachelor of Science in Agricultural and Applied Economics
  • Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Business Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Agronomy
  • Bachelor of Science in Animal Sciences
  • Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics, Engineering, and Physics
  • Bachelor of Science in Astronomy - Physics
  • Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training
  • Bachelor of Science in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences
  • Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry
  • Bachelor of Science in Biological Systems Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Biology
  • Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Cartography and Geographic Information Systems
  • Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Chemistry
  • Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders
  • Bachelor of Science in Community and Environmental Sociology
  • Bachelor of Science in Community and Nonprofit Leadership
  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Conservation Biology
  • Bachelor of Science in Dairy Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Dance
  • Bachelor of Science in Economics
  • Bachelor of Science in Education Studies
  • Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Engineering Mechanics
  • Bachelor of Science in Engineering Physics
  • Bachelor of Science in Entomology
  • Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences
  • Bachelor of Science in Food Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Forest Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Genetics
  • Bachelor of Science in Geography
  • Bachelor of Science in Geological Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Geology and Geophysics
  • Bachelor of Science in History and History of Science, Medicine and Technology
  • Bachelor of Science in Horticulture
  • Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Studies
  • Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Interior Architecture
  • Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology
  • Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture
  • Bachelor of Science in Life Sciences Communication
  • Bachelor of Science in Materials Science and Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
  • Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Molecular Biology
  • Bachelor of Science in Naval Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Neurobiology
  • Bachelor of Science in Nuclear Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Bachelor of Science in Nutritional Sciences
  • Bachelor of Science in Nutritional Sciences - Dietetics
  • Bachelor of Science in Personal Finance
  • Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • Bachelor of Science in Pharmacology and Toxicology
  • Bachelor of Science in Physical Education
  • Bachelor of Science in Physics
  • Bachelor of Science in Plant Pathology
  • Bachelor of Science in Poultry Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Psychology
  • Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation Psychology
  • Bachelor of Science in Religious Studies
  • Bachelor of Science in Retailing and Consumer Behavior
  • Bachelor of Science in Soil Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Statistics
  • Bachelor of Science in Textiles and Fashion Design
  • Bachelor of Science in Theater and Drama
  • Bachelor of Science in Wildlife Ecology
  • Bachelor of Science in Zoology
  • Bachelor of Social Work
  • Bachelor of Special Education
  • Bachelor of Business Administration in Business Accounting
  • Bachelor of Business Administration in Business - Actuarial Science
  • Bachelor of Business Administration in Business - Finance, Investment, and Banking
  • Bachelor of Business Administration in Business - Information Systems
  • Bachelor of Business Administration in Business - International Business
  • Bacherlor of Business Administration in Business - Management and Human Resources
  • Bachelor of Business Administration in Business Marketing
  • Bachelor of Business Administration in Business - Operations and Technology Management
  • Bacherlor of Business Administration in Business - Real Estate and Urban Land Economics
  • Bachelor of Business Administration in Business - Risk Management and Insurance
  • Certificate in Asian American Studies
  • Certificate in Biology Core Curriculum Honors
  • Certificate in Biology in Engineering for Engineering Majors
  • Certificate in Business
  • Certificate in Business Management for Agricultural and Life Sciences
  • Certificate in Celtic Studies
  • Certificate in Chicana / o and Latina / o Studies
  • Certificate in Chinese Professional Communications
  • Certificate in Classical Studies
  • Certificate in Computer Sciences
  • Certificate in Criminal Justice
  • Certificate in Dance
  • Certificate in Development Economics
  • Certificate in Digital Studies
  • Certificate in East Asian Studies
  • Certificate in East Central European Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
  • Certificate in Education and Educational Services
  • Certificate in Educational Policy Studies
  • Certificate in Engineering for Energy Sustainability
  • Certificate in Engineering Thermal Energy Systems
  • Certificate in Entrepreneurship
  • Certificate in European Studies
  • Certificate in folklore
  • Certificate in French
  • Certificate in Global Cultures
  • Certificate in Global Health
  • Certificate in Health and the Humanities
  • Certificate in Integrated Liberal Studies
  • Certificate in Integrated Studies in Science, Engineering and Society
  • Certificate in International Engineering
  • Certificate in Introductory Studies in Dance / Movement Therapy
  • Certificate in Japanese Professional Communication
  • Certificate in LGBTQ + Studies
  • Certificate in Manufacturing Engineering
  • Certificate in Material Culture Studies
  • Certificate in Mathematics
  • Certificate in Medieval Studies
  • Certificate in Middle East Studies
  • Certificate in Nuclear Engineering Materials
  • Certificate in Pilates
  • Certificate in Political Economy, Philosophy and Politics
  • Certificate in Russian, East European and Central Asian Studies
  • Certificate in South Asian Studies
  • Certificate in Southeast Asian Studies
  • Certificate in Spanish Studies for Business Students
  • Certificate in Studio Art
  • Certificate in Sustainability
  • Certificate in Sustainability
  • Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
  • Certificate in Technical Communication
  • Certificate in Technical Japanese Studies for Undergraduates
  • Specialization in Health Care Management
  • Specialization in Supply Chain Management

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The UW-Madison offers international students the opportunity to participate in summer sessions via the VISP program. These have a duration of four or eight weeks and include several hundred courses from the regular offer. From anthropology and political science to business administration to mathematics and engineering, everything is included.

This is brand new in the program from 2020 Political Science VISP Program and the Summer business school.


fees

Tuition fees for the summer program at UW-Madison are calculated on a credit basis. The four-week sessions each cover three credits and the eight-week session covers six credits. In addition to the popular three- and eight-week sessions, there are also additional sessions lasting three, seven and nine weeks.


requirements

Bachelor students who want to apply for a summer session at UW-Madison must have completed the first year of study at their home university. In addition, they must have a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.0 or 4.0.

Students who want to take part in the graduate courses must have completed a bachelor's degree.

In addition, applicants must demonstrate by means of a language test that they have a sufficiently good knowledge of English.

 

Language skills can be proven by one of the following test results or documents:

UndergraduatePostgraduate
IELTS6.56.5
TOEFL (internet-based)80 80
TOEFL (paper-based)550550

The language certificate cannot be submitted later.

 

Degree programs / courses

Summer 4-Week Session I (May 20, 2019 - June 14, 2019) - Degree programs / courses in English - Undergraduate

subject areaCourse numberCourse name
AccountingACCT I 301 pIntro managerial accounting
AccountingACCT I 302 S.Accounting principles
AccountingACCT I S 620Financial reporting I
AccountingACCT I S 701Fundamentals of Taxation
Acricultural and Applied EconomicsA A E 350World Hunger and Malnutrition
African StudiesAfrican 202Intro African Cultural Studies
AstronomyASTRON 206History of Astronomy and Cosmology
BiologyBIOLOGY 101Animal Biology
CHICLA 440 Chicana / o and Latina / o StudiesCHICLA 440Ethnicity, Race, and Justice
Communication ArtsCOM ARTS 300Movie comedy
Communication ArtsCOM ARTS 355Introduction to Media Production
Communication ArtsCOM ARTS 467Cinematography and Sound Recording
Counseling PsychologyPSY 230Race and the Developing Child
EconomicsECON 464International Trade and Finance
Environmental StudiesENVIR ST 113Environmental Studies: The Humanistic Perspective
Environmental StudiesENVIR ST 307Literature of the Environment: Speaking for Nature
History of ScienceHIST SCI 206History of Astronomy and Cosmology
HorticultureHORT 375Special topics
Industrial & Systems EngineeringI SY E 512Inspection, Quality Control and Reliability
Legal StudiesLEGAL ST 440Ethnicity, Race, and Justice
PhilosophyPHILOS 243Ethics in Business
PhilosophyPHILOS 341Contemporary moral issues
PhilosophyPHILOS 441Environmental Ethics
PhilosophyPHILOS 501Philosophy of Religion
SpanishSPANISH 446Topics in Spanish Linguistics

Summer 4-Week Session I (May 20, 2019 - June 14, 2019) - Degree programs / courses in English - Postgraduate

subject areaCourse numberCourse name
ArtART 642Advanced Watercolor II
ART 104ArtThree-dimensional design
ART 512ArtAdvanced Drawing I.
ART 536ArtAdvanced Serigraphy
ART 542ArtAdvanced Watercolor I.
ART 612ArtAdvanced Drawing II
Computer ScienceCOMP SCI 564Database Management Systems: Design and Implementation
Leadership & Policy AnalysisELPA 883Perspectives on College Student Identity and Development
NursingNURSING 772Leadership and Organizational Decision-Making in Health Care

Summer 7-Week Session (May 28, 2019 - July 14, 2019) - Degree programs / courses in English - Undergraduate

subject areaCourse numberCourse name
AccountingACCT I 100SIntro Financial Accounting
AccountingACCT I S 702Corporate & Advanced Taxation
Acricultural and Applied EconomicsA A E 350Growth & Develpmt Global Economics
African American StudiesAFROAMER 156Black Music and American Cultural History
Aggricultural and Applied EconomicsA A E 306The real estate process
Agricultural and Applied EconomicsA A E 375Special topics
American Indian StudiesAMER IND 450Issues in American Indian Studies
Animal ScienceAN SCI 315Poultry Enterprise Management
Animal ScienceAN SCI 511Breeder Flock and Hatchery Management
Animal SciencesAN SCI 314Poultry Nutrition
Animal SciencesAN SCI 503Avian Physiology
ArtART 212Drawing Methods & Concepts
ArtART 312Intermediate drawing I
ArtART 342Watercolor II
ArtART 376Photography
ArtART104Sculpture I
ArtART242Watercolor I.
Asian American StudiesASIAN ON 121Asian American Movement
BotanyBOTANY 100Survey of Botany
BotanyBOTANY 460General Ecology
Chicana / o and Latina / o StudiesCHICLA 201Introduction to Chicana / o and Latina / o Studies
Civil and Environmental EngineeringCIV ENGR 629Special Topics in Environmental
ClassicsCLASSICS 370Classical Mythology
Communication Science and DisordersCS&D 707Swallowing Disorders
Consumer scienceCNSR SCI 201Consumer Research & Analysis
Consumer scienceCNSR SCI 657Consumer behavior
Counseling PsychologyCOUN PSY 650Theory and Practice in Interviewing
DanceDANCE 121Asian American Movement
Design thinkingDS 341Design Thinking for Transformation
Design thinkingDS 626Interior design v
EconomicsECON 306The real estate process
EconomicsEECON 320Investment Theory
Educational Policy StudiesED POL 412History of American Education
Engineering Professional ExperienceE P D 397Technical Communication
EnglishENGL 651Special Topics in Theater and Performance Studies Research
Finance, Investment and BankingFINANCE 320Investment Theory
General businessGEN BUS 300Professional communication
General businessGEN BUS 302Business Organizations and Negotiable Instruments
General businessGEN BUS 307Business Analytics II
HistoryHISTORY 201The Historian's Craft
HistoryHISTORY 227Explorations in the History of Race and Ethnicity
HistoryHISTORY 412History of American Education
KinesiologyKINES 318Biomechanics of Human Movement
KinesiologyKINES 555Sports Science & Athlete Monitoring
Management and Human ResourcesM H R 305Human resource management
Mechanical engineeringM E 231Geometric Modeling for Design and Manufacturing
Real Estate and Urban Land EconREAL EST 306The real estate process
Social workSOC WORK 462Child Welfare
SpanishSPANISH 101First semester Spanish
SpanishSPANISH 203Third semester Spanish
Urban planningURB R PL 306The real estate process
Urban planningURB R PL 4URB R PL 449 49Government and Natural Resources

Summer Early 3 Week Session (May 28, 2019 - June 14, 2019) - Degree programs / courses in English - Undergraduate

subject areaCourse numberCourse name
AnatomyANATOMY 622Human Anatomy-Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy
Animal ScienceAN SCI 315Poultry Enterprise Management
Animal ScienceAN SCI 511Breeder Flock and Hatchery Management
Asian American StudiesASIAN ON 121Asian American Movement
BotanyBOTANY 100Survey of Botany
BotanyBOTANY 460General Ecology
Chicana / o & Latina / o StudiesCHICLA 201Introduction to Chicana / o and Latina / o Studies
Civil and Environmental EngineeringCIV ENGR 629Special Topics in Environmental
ClassicsCLASSICS 370Classical Mythology
Communication Science and DisordersCS&D 707Swallowing Disorders
Computer ScienceCOMP SCI 577Introduction to Algorithms
Consumer scienceCNSR SCI 201Consumer Research & Analysis
Consumer scienceCNSR SCI 657Consumer behavior
Counseling PsychologyCOUN PSY 650Theory and Practice in Interviewing
DanceDANCE 121Asian American Movement
DANCE 237 DanceDANCE 237Pilates Studio I
Design thinkingDS 341Design Thinking for Transformation
Design thinkingDS 626 DS 626Interior design v
EconomicsECON 306The real estate process
EconomicsEECON 320Investment Theory
Educational Policy StudiesED POL 412History of American Education
Engineering Professional ExperienceE P D 397Technical Communication
EnglishENGL 651Special Topics in Theater and Performance Studies Research
Environmental StudiesENVIR ST 360Extinction of Species
Environmental StudiesENVIR ST 974Environmental Conservation Cohort Seminar
Finance, Investment and BankingFINANCE 320Investment Theory
General businessGEN BUS 300Professional communication
General businessGEN BUS 302Business Organizations and Negotiable Instruments
General businessGEN BUS 307Business Analytics II
HistoryHISTORY 201The Historian's Craft
HistoryHISTORY 227Explorations in the History of Race and Ethnicity
HistoryHISTORY 412History of American Education
International StudiesINTL ST 374The Growth and Development of Nations in the Global Economy
KinesiologyKINES 318Biomechanics of Human Movement
KinesiologyKINES 555Sports Science & Athlete Monitoring
Management and Human ResourcesM H R 305Human resource management
Mechanical engineeringM E 231Geometric Modeling for Design and Manufacturing
Real Estate and Urban Land EconREAL EST 306The real estate process
Social workSOC WORK 462Child Welfare
Social workSOC WORK 673Topics in Contemporary Social Welfare
SpanishSPANISH 101First semester Spanish
SpanishSPANISH 203Third semester Spanish
Urban planningURB R PL 306The real estate process
Urban planningURB R PL 449Government and Natural Resources
ZoologyZOOLOGY 360Extinction of Species

Summer 9-Week Session (03.06.2019 - 04.08.2019) - Degree programs / courses in English - Undergraduate

subject areaCourse numberCourse name
AnatomyANATOMY 622Human Anatomy-Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy
Computer ScienceCOMP SCI 577Introduction to Algorithms
DanceDANCE 237Pilates Studio I
Environmental StudiesENVIR ST 360Extinction of Species
Environmental StudiesENVIR ST 974Environmental Conservation Cohort Seminar
Social workSOC WORK 673Topics in Contemporary Social Welfare
ZoologyZOOLOGY 360Extinction of Species

Summer 4-Week Session II (June 17, 2019 - July 14, 2019) - Degree programs / courses in English - Undergraduate

subject areaCourse numberCourse name
AccountingACCT I 100SIntro Financial Accounting
AccountingACCT I S 702Corporate & Advanced Taxation
African American StudiesAFROAMER 156Black Music and American Cultural History
Aggricultural and Applied EconomicsA A E 306The real estate process
Agricultural and Applied EconomicsA A E 350Growth & Develpmt Global Economics
Agricultural and Applied EconomicsA A E 375Special topics
American Indian StudiesAMER IND 450Issues in American Indian Studies
Animal SciencesTO SCI 314Poultry Nutrition
Animal SciencesAN SCI 503Avian Physiology
ArtART 212Drawing Methods & Concepts
ArtART 242Watercolor I.
ArtART 312Intermediate Drawing I
ArtART 342Watercolor II
ArtART 376Photography
ArtART 448Special topics
ArtART104Sculpture I
ArtArt336Serigraphy
Asian American StudiesASIAN ON 240Topics in Asian American Studies
Asian Language and CultureASIALANG 203Third semester Japanese
Biological Systems EngineeringBSE 1Cooperative Education Program
Chemical and Biological EngineeringCBE 1Cooperative Education Program
ChemistryCHEM 103General Chemistry I.
ChemistryCHEM 104General Chemistry II
ChemistryCHEM 327Fundamentals of Analytical Science
ChemistryCHEM 343Introductory Organic Chemistry
Communication ArtsCOM ARTS 357History of the Animated Film
Industrial and Systems EngineeringI SY E 516Introduction to Decision Analysis
Slavic LanguagesSLAVIC 101First semester Russian

Summer 4-Week Session II (June 17, 2019 - July 14, 2019) - Degree programs / courses in English - Postgraduate

subject areaCourse numberCourse name
ArtART 544Advanced Art Metal I.
ArtART 548Special Topics: Advanced Level
ArtART 644Advanced Art Metal II

Summer 8-Week Session (June 17, 2019 - August 9, 2019) - Degree programs / courses in English - Undergraduate

subject areaCourse numberCourse name
African StudiesAfrican 427Intermediate Summer Immersion Arabic
African StudiesAFRICAN 527Advanced Summer Immersion Arabic
African StudiesAfrican327Elementary Summer Immersion Arabic
Agricultural and Applied EconomicsAAEESpecial problems
Anatomy and PhysiologyANAT & PHY335Physiology
AnthropologyANTHRO 104Cultural Anthropology and Human Diversity
AnthropologyANTHRO 352