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The following is a list of program-approved courses. Please make sure to check the course meeting dates prior to applying. Some courses may overlap with your current academic year.

Due to the intense nature of the Summer Session, it is recommended that students take introductory-level courses offered in Session II (late June - late July) or Session III (early July - mid-Aug), which meet after the high school term has ended.

 

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Acting Conservatory (07:965:105) Expand

Rutgers High School Acting Conservatory enrollees may opt to receive 3 college credits for this residential acting intensive. Admission by audition only. Admission by audition only. Learn more.



Tags: Theater
American Government (01:790:104:H1)Expand

Comprehensive analysis of American political institutions. Issues and problems faced by federal, state, and local governments under the impact of modern conditions. The leading political, economic, and social influences affecting democratic government.

Meeting Dates: Jul 6, 2020 to Aug 12, 2020
Meeting Times: By Arrangement

American Government (01:790:104) Expand

Comprehensive analysis of American political institutions. Issues and problems faced by federal, state, and local governments under the impact of modern conditions. The leading political, economic, and social influences affecting democratic government.



Tags: Political Science
American Sign Language I (04:192:120) Expand

Beginning skills in American Sign Language (ASL) and skills needed in communication with deaf persons.



Tags: Communication
American Sign Language II (04:192:121) Expand

Beginning skills in American Sign Language (ASL) and skills needed in communication with deaf persons.



Tags: Communication
Basic Composition (01:355:100) Expand

Basic writing course for students who need preparation for 01:355:101, leading to increased fluency, competence in standard English, and skills in organization.

Requires placement exam.



Tags: English
Broadcast Television Production (80:813:339) Expand

Covers all the main aspects of professional television production from field to studio-based. Using state-of-the-art equipment at the Rutgers iTV Studio, students will complete short group projects and get instruction in scriptwriting, pre-production planning, camera, audio, lighting, directing, producing, reporting, videography and more. They will also get to work with and learn from industry professionals.



Tags: Visual Arts
Development Of The United States II (01:512:104) Expand

A political, economic, and social history of the United States from the Civil War to the present.



Tags: History
Drawing Fundamentals 1-A (07:081:121) Expand

Examination of the techniques, materials, and ideas of drawing, with emphasis on discovery, experimentation, and personal expression in relation to concepts and images in art.



Tags: Visual Arts
Earth Systems (01:450:101) Expand

Systematic introduction to physical processes on earth; including earth-sun relations, weather and climate, the hydrologic cycle, earth materials, and landforms. Emphasis on interrelationships among these phenomena.



Tags: Geography
Expository Writing (01:355:101) Expand

Development of competence in reading, thinking, and writing through the analysis and composition of expository prose.

Requires placement exam



Tags: English
Foundations Of Exercise Science And Sport Studies (01:377:140) Expand

Historical, philosophical, and scientific foundations of the discipline.



Tags: Exercise Science
General Chemistry II (01:160:162) Expand

Introduction to chemical principles and their application. Topics include stoichiometry, states of matter, atomic and molecular structure, solutions, thermodynamics, equilibrium, oxidation-reduction, kinetics, nonmetals, metals and coordination compounds, and nuclear chemistry.

You must have an AP score of 4 in Chemistry to take this course.



Tags: Chemistry
General Psychology (01:830:101) Expand

Survey of main areas of contemporary psychology.



Tags: Psychology
Intensive Advanced Grammar (01:420:213) Expand

Intensive study of the forms and structures of French grammar to complete mastery of foundations for advanced courses. Written work, class drill, laboratory exercises.

Requires placement exam



Tags: French
Intermediate Chinese (01:165:202) Expand

Development of language skills: vocabulary building, oral proficiency, listening, and reading comprehension. Continuation of 01:165:201.

Requires placement exam.



Tags: Chinese
Intermediate French (01:420:132) Expand

Development of fluency in written and spoken French. Conversation, composition, and grammar review using short literary texts and audiovisual materials.

Requires placement exam.



Tags: French
Intermediate Spanish (01:940:132) Expand

Study and practice of specific areas of grammar, linguistic structure, and style. Selected readings of modern authors, with composition and class discussion.

Requires placement exam.



Tags: Spanish
Intro Managerial Accounting (33:010:275) Expand

An introduction to management accounting concepts, with emphasis on managerial uses of accounting data for planning and control purposes.



Tags: Accounting
Intro To Business (33:011:100) Expand

Introduction to business functions, methods of business operation, types of business ownership, and the role of business organizations in society.



Tags: Administrative Studies