Join entering and current WashU students in one or two courses for academic credits toward your degree. You can choose one course in the morning, one in the afternoon or both! Courses meet Monday through Friday from June 8 through July 10. The only exceptions are College Writing, a required course for First-Year students,  and Calculus I, which meet Monday through Friday in the morning from June 8 through July 31.

Rank your top three choices for the morning and afternoon courses, and upon acceptance, you will be placed into the course on a first-come, first-served basis.


Morning Classes (rank top 3):

Introduction to Microeconomics

Matrix Algebra

Introduction to Psychology

Introduction to Human Evolution

Geology of National Parks

Introduction to World History: The Second World War in World History

Logic and Critical Analysis

Topics: Japanese Popular Culture

Calc I  (eight week class – June 8 – July 31)

Calc II 

Introduction to Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

 

Afternoon Classes (rank top 3):

 

Introduction to Macroeconomics

Topics: Banned Books: From the Giver to Lord of the Flies

Elementary Probability and Statistics

Biomedical Ethics

Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

 Imagining the World to Come: The Internet in Facts and Fictions

Introduction to Statistics

Social Problems and Social Issues

Biology of the Brain

Introduction to Linguistics

College Writing 1 (eight week class – June 8 – July 31) – This Class is Full