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  • College Summer Courses for Pre-Medical Students
    Information Course Numbers Section Codes Grading and Attendance Withdrawal Deadlines Transcripts Disability Services Rights Privacy Contact Us Request a Catalog Register Now Request a Course Catalog Ask a Question Send Like us on Facebook Pre Medical Students seeking to enter health care professions will find a number of Summer Term courses that focus on core areas of health sciences while providing a means to satisfy a variety of requirements related to the health field You should schedule a consultation with your pre medical advisor prior to registering Pre medical courses are offered through many College of Arts Sciences departments including Biology Chemistry Mathematics Physics In addition Summer Term offers a wide variety of courses that may be of interest to pre medical studies Here is a sample list of what is available Human Biology Behavior and Evolution CAS AN 102 Medical Anthropology CAS AN 210 Introduction to Neuroscience CAS NE 101 Biology of Neurodegenerative Diseases CAS NE 525 Neural Control of Movement CAS NE 526 Medical Ethics CAS PH 251 Behavioral Medicine CAS PS 332 Drugs and Behavior CAS PS 333 Neuropsychology CAS PS 338 Sociology of Health Care CAS SO 215 Next Generation Sequencing ENG BE 569 Human Nutrition

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  • College Summer Courses in Pre-Law
    Arriving on Campus Forms Housing Dining Coming to BU Directions to Campus Arriving on Campus Campus Resources Getting Around Boston Boston in the Summer Health Wellness Academic Information Course Numbers Section Codes Grading and Attendance Withdrawal Deadlines Transcripts Disability Services Rights Privacy Contact Us Request a Catalog Register Now Request a Course Catalog Ask a Question Send Like us on Facebook Pre Law Law schools accept students from a variety of different college majors and recommend that candidates have strong critical thinking writing and communication skills Knowledge of current political and social issues is also desirable Below is a list of courses related to pre law studies that you might find interesting Introduction to Ethics CAS PH 150 Reasoning and Argumentation CAS PH 160 Introduction to Public Policy CAS PO 141 Introduction to Political Theory CAS PO 191 International Human Rights CAS PO 378 Reproductive Rights and Justice CAS WS 305 Law and Gender in the United States CAS WS 342 Professional Presentation COM CM 311 Media Law and Ethics COM JO 525 Courts Society Criminal Procedure MET CJ 352 Special Education Students with Disabilities and the Law SED SE 512 Introduction to Law SMG LA 245 Learn College Summer

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  • Exclusive Summer College Summer Courses
    Privacy Contact Us Request a Catalog Register Now Request a Course Catalog Ask a Question Send Like us on Facebook New for Summer 2016 Each year Summer Term refreshes its courses with a variety of new offerings While some courses are available at BU during the school year many are unique to the summer Here is a sample of courses being offered for the first time in Summer Term Islamic Art and Architecture CAS AH 220 Boston An Ethnographic Approach CAS AN 309 Heritage Matters Introduction to Heritage Management CAS AR 200 Biology of Stem Cells CAS BI 551 Machine Learning CAS CS 542 Earthquakes Volcanoes and Other Natural Disasters CAS ES 140 Catastrophe Memory CAS HI 221 Rise of China CAS IR 365 U S Latin American Relations CAS IR 568 Topics in Chinese Culture Introduction to Chinese Calligraphy CAS LC 286 Origins of Writing CAS LX 205 Introduction to Stochastic Processes CAS MA 583 Physics of Health Sciences CAS PY 104 Video Art CFA AR 526 Playwriting 1 CFA TH 303 Next Generation Sequencing Technologies and Applications ENG BE 569 Acoustics I ENG ME 520 Business Analytics Foundations MET AD 571 Enterprise Risk Analytics MET AD 616 Applied

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  • Exclusive Summer College Summer Courses
    Boston in the Summer Health Wellness Academic Information Course Numbers Section Codes Grading and Attendance Withdrawal Deadlines Transcripts Disability Services Rights Privacy Contact Us Request a Catalog Register Now Request a Course Catalog Ask a Question Send Like us on Facebook Only in the Summer A number of courses listed on the Summer Term schedule are only offered in the summer A sampling of these include History of Rock and Roll CAS HI 280 The Mathematics of Sustainability CAS MA 267 Neural Control of Movement CAS NE 526 The Philosophy of Love CAS PH 445 Reproductive Rights and Justice CAS WS 305 Promoting Creative Ideas Online COM FT 521 Travel Writing The Journalism of People and Place COM JO 502 B1 A Social History of Boston s North End MET SO 501 Boston Experience The Role of Architecture in Creating a Sense of Place MET UA 580 Emerging Infectious Diseases SAR HS 445 Advanced Topics Clinical Supervision in Communication Sciences and Disorders SAR SH 710 A1 Advanced Topics Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing Disorders SAR SH 710 A2 Evidence Based Practice for Children and Adolescents SED CE 715 Reading Graphic Novels as Complex Texts SED LS 632 Introduction to Management SMG

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  • Other Programs | Summer Study in Boston | Boston University Summer Term
    cultural instruction and orientation in small classes geared to your level of English ability During the summer semester we offer 4 6 and 12 week programs as well as professional and pre professional programs in legal and business English Throughout the summer you can take advantage of activities such as reading and discussion groups academic workshops and social activities on the campus and around the city of Boston CELOP students have full access to Boston University facilities and resources You will have access to the Fitness Recreation Center academic and health services and the Student Union as well as a wide variety of dining options You are eligible to apply to live in University dormitory housing or you may choose to live off campus Visit bu edu celop to read about all our summer programs call us at 617 353 4870 or email celop bu edu to apply Boston University Study Abroad Boston University Study Abroad a leader in international academic internships offers an unmatched number of summer opportunities to accelerate your academic progress while living in cities across the globe In addition to our internship programs which combine coursework with a personalized internship placement for academic credit we provide language culture liberal arts natural sciences and fine arts programs in Australia China Ecuador England France Italy Morocco Spain Zanzibar and beyond Whether your ambition is to explore environmental studies in Venice Argentine culture in Buenos Aires global governance in Geneva travel writing in Sydney or policy development in Washington DC we invite you to begin building your global résumé with BU Study Abroad this summer For more information regarding programs financial aid or to apply online please visit our website at bu edu abroad You can also contact us at 617 353 9888 or at abroad bu edu School of Public Health SPH The School of Public Health offers a variety of summer courses open to both non degree students and degree candidates from schools and colleges across Boston University ranging from one week classes to classes that span the entire summer BU degree candidates may register on the Student Link Non degree students must be eligible to enroll in part time coursework and are invited to complete an online application with the School of Public Health when registration for Summer 2016 opens in early March 2016 Visit the SPH web site for more information or contact the SPH Registrar s Office at 617 638 5057 Summer Youth Programs In addition to the six pre college programs offered by Summer Term Academic Immersion High School Honors Research in Science Engineering Summer Challenge Summer Preview and Pre College Online Learning Boston University also offers 20 other youth and pre college programs during the summer For more information on these programs visit bu edu mysummer Center for Professional Education Boston University s Center for Professional Education CPE offers rigorous and rewarding noncredit certificate programs CPE programs offered both in class and online benefit career changers and other professionals who want to

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  • Calendar Of Summer Courses & Programs For BU Summer Term
    Standard Classes May 23 July 1 2016 Registration begins Thursday February 25 2016 Last day for refund of Student Services fee and lab fees Monday May 23 2016 Classes begin Monday May 23 2016 Payment deadline Monday May 23 2016 Late payment fees begin Tuesday May 24 2016 Last day for any tuition credit no tuition refunds after this date Friday May 27 2016 Last day to register add courses Friday May 27 2016 Last day to drop without a W grade tuition charges remain after this date Friday May 27 2016 Holiday classes suspended Monday May 30 2016 Substitute schedule of classes Monday schedule Friday June 3 2016 Last day to drop with a W grade Wednesday June 15 2016 Final examinations Last class meeting Last day of classes Friday July 1 2016 Summer 2 Standard Classes July 5 August 12 2016 Registration begins Thursday February 25 2016 Last day for refund of Student Services fee and lab fees Tuesday July 5 2016 Classes begin Tuesday July 5 2016 Payment deadline Tuesday July 5 2016 Late payment fees begin Wednesday July 6 2016 Substitute schedule of classes Monday schedule Friday July 8 2016 Last day for any tuition credit no tuition refunds after this date Monday July 11 2016 Last day to register add courses Monday July 11 2016 Last day to drop without a W grade tuition charges remain after this date Monday July 11 2016 Last day to drop with a W grade Thursday July 28 2016 Final examinations Last class meeting Last day of classes Friday August 12 2016 Summer Twelve Week Session May 23 August 12 2016 Registration begins Thursday February 25 2016 Last day for refund of registration and lab fees Monday May 23 2016 Classes begin Monday May 23 2016 Payment deadline Monday

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  • Over 700 Summer College Courses Available | Registration For BU Summer Term
    Deadlines Transcripts Disability Services Rights Privacy Contact Us Request a Catalog Request a Course Catalog Ask a Question Send Like us on Facebook Registration If you know what courses you want to take you can register now for your summer courses If you have not already identified which course s you plan to take you can begin planning your summer by browsing our selection of more than 700 offerings Current BU Students Visiting Students International Students High School Students Adults Professionals Not Sure Which Group Applies to You Current BU Students are All part time and full time undergraduate and graduate students currently enrolled at BU All current BU international students BU entering freshmen Students returning from a BU approved Leave of Absence Visiting Students are Any U S citizen or permanent resident not currently enrolled at BU Students enrolled at another U S school or college non international BU Alumni including those graduating in May Non BU graduate students fulfilling prerequisites High school graduates and adults not enrolled in college International Students are Citizens of countries other than the U S who are not currently BU students International students who are attending other colleges in the U S College students and adults from other countries High School Students are Any U S citizen permanent resident or international student currently enrolled in high school Students 14 to 18 years of age Adults and Professionals are Adults seeking short term summer courses or flexible formats such as blended or online learning Working professionals who want to enhance their credentials or gain new job skills Lifelong learners looking for opportunities to expand their knowledge or explore new interests BU Employees Tuition remission is available for eligible Boston University employees during Summer Term Information on eligibility for tuition remission benefits is available on

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  • Registration for BU Summer Term College Students
    add drop courses on the Student Link until the end of the add drop period for their particular course No changes are possible once the add drop deadline has passed See the Calendar section for the deadlines for standard Summer Term courses If you are officially graduating in May you should register for summer classes using a paper Registration Form Registration Dates for Standard Summer Term Courses 2016 Summer 1 February 25 May 27 Summer 2 February 25 July 11 Start and End Dates for Standard Summer Term Courses 2016 Summer 1 May 23 July 1 Summer 2 July 5 August 12 Note Some instructors do not allow students to join their course once it has begun It is recommended that you register for and attend summer classes by their first meeting date During add drop week if you want to add a course after it has started you should first contact the instructor to receive permission to add Standard courses are courses that start and end on the official dates of a six week summer session Summer 1 or Summer 2 Nonstandard courses have a class meeting schedule that differs from an official six week session Add drop dates for non standard courses are individually determined and can be found next to the course on the Student Link or summer description Course Overloads Two courses for a total of 8 10 credits is considered a full time schedule for a six week summer session Students who wish to take more than two courses in a six week summer session must complete a paper Summer Add Drop Form for their overload course seek approval if needed and pass in the form to the Summer Term office 755 Commonwealth Avenue Most BU Schools and Colleges require approval to take a summer

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