Summer School

Summer School 2020

All Summer 2020 classes, in both Session I and Session II, will be taught remotely.

Rhodes will offer a number of courses during two sessions. Normally, because classes meet every weekday, students take only one course during a five-week session; however, those wishing to take a second summer class in one session can file a Petition for Overload through the Office of the Registrar.

The courses listed below will be available. Offerings are subject to change, based on student demand.  Complete course information (including times and instructors) is available on BannerWeb.

 

Department

Course #

Course Title

Foundation Credit

Session I (May 18, 2020 - June 19, 2020)

Biology

115 and 115L

Human Anatomy and Physiology I w/Lab

 


Business
 


243


Cost Accounting

 


Chemistry
 


105


Drug Design:  From Molecules to Patents (w/lab)


F7


Chemistry


120
and 125


Foundations of Chemistry and Laboratory


F7


Chemistry
 


211


Intro to Organic Chemistry I

 


Computer Science
 



141


Programming Fundamentals


F6

Computer Science
 

355

Advanced Algorithms
 

Health Equity
 

410

Health Equity and Health Disparities

F9, F11

History
 

105

World War II in Asia

F2, F3

International Studies
 

110
 

Introduction to International Relations

F3, F8

Mathematics
 

111

Introduction to Applied Statistics

F6


Mathematics
 

112

Precalculus and Differential Calculus

F6


Mathematics
 

116

Calculus with Business Applications

F6


Mathematics
 

251

Differential Equations

F6

Music


140

Music and Healing

F5, F11


Physics


109 and 113L, 113L-2


Introductory Physics for the Life Sciences I


F7


Political Science
 

218

Justice, Equality, and Liberty

F8

Religion
 

258
 

Buddhism in Thai Society

F1, F9


Spanish


201


Intermediate Spanish


F10


Session II (June 24, 2020 - July 28, 2020)
 


Biology
 

105

Topic: Bio for Global Citizens w/lab

F7

Biology

116 and 116L

Human Anatomy & Physiology II w/Lab

 


Chemistry
 

212

Intro to Organic Chemistry II 
 

Economics
 

100

Introduction to Economics

F8

English
 

265

Topic: Identities in Transition

F2, F4


Health Equity


415


Intercultural Communication for Health and Healthcare

 


Humanities


201


Search for Values in the Light of Western History & Religion 


F1


Mathematics


111


Applied Statistics


F6


Mathematics


122


Integral Calculus


F6


Mathematics
 

211

Intro Statistical Methods and Applications
F6

Modern Languages & Literatures
 

280

Introduction to Linguistics

F9

Music
 

105

Topic: Early English Music Drama

F4, F5


Music
 

145


Music and Psychology

F5, F8


Music
 

224

Creation of Virtual Ensemble

F5

Political Science
 

240


Urban Education Policy

 

Psychology
 

150

Intro to Psychological Science

F8

Psychology
 

211

Statistical Methods

F6


Physics


110 and 114L


Introductory Physics for the Life Sciences II


F7


Spanish
 


201


Intermediate Spanish


F10


Spanish
 

301

Advanced Spanish Language and Civilization
 

Registration for the summer sessions will be open from January 27 to March 30.  Summer registration will re-open on May 1 and will remain open through the first day of the session (May 18 for Session I, and June 24 for Session II).

Students who do not currently attend Rhodes should apply to take courses by using the Summer School/Non-Degree Application

Housing will be available on campus. The summer rate for Trevezant or Townsend is $130 per week, and the rate for East Village B is $185 per week. Please contact Kimberlee Small, the Associate Director of Residence Life (901.843.3241) for further information.

Tuition for summer courses in 2020 will be $900 per credit hour ($3600/4-credit class). 

Financial aid is available on a limited basis for summer school.  Institutional Grants and Scholarships are not available.  Students enrolled at least half time (6 hours or more) may have Pell Grant eligibility and Direct Loans available to use for the summer term.

Financial aid may be available for summer school as determined by the Financial Aid Office, and a financial aid form is available here.

If you have questions about summer school courses, please feel free to contact Associate Provost Tim Huebner.