In just one week, Summer Session II registration will close! There’s still time – and space – to enroll in courses.
Summer Session II will offer a variety of courses. Explore the cultures of the ancient Egyptians, Incas, Mayans, and more in ANTH 7A, Great Discoveries in Anthropology. Students can complete some pre-medical sequence requirements in CHEM 11B and CHEM 18B, taught by award winning instructor Claudia Novack. Interested in real world economics? ECON 172B may be just what you’re looking for. If the summer air has you inspired, you might like ENG 129A: Directed Writing: Creative Nonfiction. Summer Session II has an even broader range of offerings than noted here, and even offers a Suzuki class.
Session II enrollment closes July 1! So don’t delay!
If you have any questions about the course offerings, please do not hesitate to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Even though the first day of Summer Session was June 6, today is the true First Day of Summer – and we are so excited!
Waltham is a great place to be for the summer. It’s easy to rent a canoe or a kayak nearby and hop into the Charles River. Campus is a great place to be outdoors – playing games on the lawn with friends or getting some reading in at one of our tables outdoors. Local restaurants are full with flavorful meals! The city has The commute into Boston is easy, if you’re interested in seeing the sites. On top of all this, the Summer School is offering a lot of really interesting courses – and there’s still time for you to enroll!
Summer Session II at Brandeis will begin on July 11, and run through August 12. Registration is open through July 1! Don’t miss your opportunity to experience a Brandeis Summer!
On July 1 self-service for Summer Session II will close in SAGE. You have just two weeks left to enroll in some amazing courses.
You can exam the cultural aspects of corporations and finance in ANTH 163B, Production, Consumption, and Exchange, or dive into Molecular Biotechnology in BIOL 101A. If you’re not looking at our Economics courses, maybe a writing course might be of interest to you – try your hand at poetry or creative nonfiction. We have chemistry, art, language, and math courses with seats available for Summer Session II.