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Summer 2012 - Online

Our Summer 2012 courses are unique to this semester and are not offered fall or winter.

Summer semesters run on an accelerated schedule from mid-May to mid-July.

Some changes have been made to the summer schedule, please see below.


Courses Offered 

Bachelor in Statesmanship Courses - Summer 2012
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Masters in Political Economy Courses - Summer 2012
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Course Descriptions 

Bachelor in Statesmanship Courses
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MS1901 The Birth of Modern Psychology (3 Credits)

This course covers William James' The Principles of Psychology, the pioneering classic in the field of Psychology. Published near the beginning of the 20th Century, this monumental work was the first major attempt to study human behavior objectively and scientifically.  It immediately sparked the great questions, debates and controversies of the human mind that spread throughout America and Europe. 

This course replaces one Math and Science class in your graduation requirements.

Reading List

  • James, William, The Principles of Psychology Volume I - 0486203816
  • James, William, The Principles of Psychology Volume II – 0486203824

MS5901 The Birth of Modern Psychology (2 Credits)

This course covers William James' The Principles of Psychology, the pioneering classic in the field of Psychology. Published near the beginning of the 20th Century, this monumental work was the first major attempt to study human behavior objectively and scientifically.  It immediately sparked the great questions, debates and controversies of the human mind that spread throughout America and Europe.       

This course replaces one Math and Science class in your graduation requirements.

Reading List

  • James, William, The Principles of Psychology Volume I - 0486203816
  • James, William, The Principles of Psychology Volume II – 0486203824


Frequently Asked Questions about Summer

How much is summer tuition?

This depends on how many courses you are taking. Please see our Summer tuition page for for more information.


How do I register for Summer classes?

You can register by clicking on Registration in OLS.


How do I know which class or classes to select?

Summer 2012 courses are unique to this semester and are not offered fall or winter.

Each course can be used to replace another similar course from your graduation requirements.  See the examples below.

For BA students, the course can replace any regular course with the same letter designation on the Course ID. For example MS1901 The Birth of Modern Psychology can replace any BA course with a course ID that begins with WR.

For MA students, any of the courses offered can replace the electives in your program. If you need a course to replace a Required Course, contact the Registrar at (435) 586-6570 or registrar@gw.edu


What is the schedule for Summer including deadlines?

  • Registration and tuition are due by Monday May 11, 2012.
  • Classes begin May 21, 2012 and run through July 13, 2012
  • For other important dates, please visit our Academic Calendar.

How much study time should I plan on fer each course? 

Summer Semesters run on an accelerated schedule.  Students should plan on a combined class and study time of at least 6 hours per week per credit hour enrolled.  Because of the brisk pace of the shortened semester, we suggest students begin studying their materials early to spread their study hours over a longer period.  


Additional Questions?

Don't hesitate to contact us at (435) 586-6570 or registrar@gw.edu

 

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