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2016 Summer Session I Courses May 16 - June 21
Summer Session 2016
Boston College Summer Session is open to anyone with a high-school diploma or the equivalent. Most Summer Session courses are at the undergraduate level, but some graduate courses in the Woods College of Advancing Studies Master’s programs are offered during the summer. No application is required to enroll in BC Summer Session, except for students wishing to apply to a Woods College undergraduate or graduate program.
Boston College schedules two six-week sessions in the summer:
Tuesday, May 17, 2016 through Thursday, June 24, 2016
Monday, June 27, 2016 through Friday, August 5, 2016
There are no classes on Monday, May 16 (make up day Friday May 20); Monday, May 30 or Monday, July 4.
Most summer classes are three credits, unless specifically noted in the course description. Most classes meet twice a week for 6 weeks; exceptions are noted in individual course descriptions in this catalog.
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The summer session course schedule for the college is finalized by the end of October for the following summer. The summer session catalog and online version of the catalog is finalized at the end of November and goes to print in December. Please note that the summer budget is funded by Continuing Education and is based on historical data for generating credit hours. Faculty who are interested in teaching summer courses should contact the Engineering Dean's Office by Oct. 21.
Yale Summer Session offers courses during the summer for Yale students, qualified undergraduate students from other colleges and universities, students about to enter their last year in high school, and adult learners. Additional programs offered through Yale Summer Session include: Study Abroad, English Language Institute, Online Courses, Writers' Conference, Drama and Film, and Foreign Language Courses.Summer Session CEAS Course Minimum Enrollment Limits
Courses offered during Maymester must have 18 students to have the class go. For all other terms, CEAS courses must have at least 15 students enrolled in the course. Summer session course minimum enrollment limits are set by the Division of Continuing Education.Summer Session courses aren’t just for Gonzaga students. Classes are open to students enrolled at other colleges and universities, as well as those from the community who value lifelong learning. Non-Gonzaga students just need to fill out the in order to register for classes!Distance Education 10 Week summer session courses are noted as section number's 651, 652, etc. 10 Week courses will appear in your Summer Session I class schedule. However, they will not appear in your Summer Session II class schedule.