May Term Information
May term courses are only three weeks long and offer intensive educational experiences. Current students are eligible for on-campus housing in Rubloff Hall during the May term. The contract deadline for May Term housing is to be determined. May Term housing contracts should be submitted to the Office of Residence Life, Rubloff Hall Room 110. To learn more about housing rates and deadlines, please visit the Tuition and Fees web page.
Below are the May Term Courses.
May Term Courses
|Section||Title||Method||General Education Offerings|
|CHEM-150-01||Special Topics: What's in Our Food?||LECT||Physical Science|
|CJ-320-01||Ethics in Criminal Justice||LECT|
|ENGL-332-01||Introduction to Women and Gender Studies||LECT||Literature and Diversity Studies|
|HIST-250-01||Special Topics: Women and Work in America||LECT||History and Diversity Studies|
|MGMT-330-01||Diversity in Organizations||ONLN||Diversity Studies|
|MUS-129-01||Jazz in Chicago||LECT||Fine Arts|
|PHIL-150-01||The Examined Life||LECT||Philosophy|
|PHIL-294-01||Philosophy and Cognition||LECT||Philosophy and Interdisciplinary Studies|
|POLSC-260-01||Special Topics: American Super Power||LECT||Social Science, Diversity and Interdisciplinary Studies|
|RELST-210-01||The Roman Catholic Tradition||LECT||Religious Studies|
|RELST-252-01||Third World Religious Views||LECT||Religious and Global Studies|
|SOC-210-01||Sociology of the Family||LECT||Social Science|
|WMSTU-232-01||Introduction to Women and Gender Studies||LECT||Literature and Diversity Studies|
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