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Are you looking for an online course Berkeley? Maybe you’re wondering how to get started on online courses Berkeley? Maybe you’re curious what classes are available online by UC Berkeley Extension. Whatever your reason for searching for information about taking classes at UC Berkeley Extension, that’s why we’ve created this detailed guide.

The UC Berkeley Extension Certificate in Webinar Training is a great opportunity for learners to study the fundamentals of webinars. This certificate can help you create and present a better experience for your audience.

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Post-Baccalaureate Accelerated Health Sciences Program
Certificate Program in Accounting
Certificate Program in Business Analysis
Certificate Program in Clinical Research Conduct and Management
Post-Baccalaureate Program for Counseling and Psychology Professions
Certificate Program in Data Science
Professional Sequence in Editing
Certificate Program in Financial Planning and Analysis
Post-Baccalaureate Health Professions Program
Certificate Program in Human Resource Management
Certificate Program in Marketing
Certificate Program in Paralegal Studies
Certificate Program in Project Management
Certificate Program in Software Development and Programming
Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Digital Spaces
Professional Program in User Experience (UX) Design
Certificate Program in Writing
Designated Subjects Adult Education Teaching Credential
Advanced Biosciences Program
Advanced Program in Software Development
Advanced Program in Sustainable Management
Program in Agile Project Management
Expert Seminar Series: AI and Machine Learning for Business
Expert Seminar Series: AI and Machine Learning for Engineering
Berkeley Global Access Program
Berkeley Global Chemistry Visiting Student Program
Berkeley Haas Global Access Program
Berkeley Physics International Education Program
Certificate Program in Business Administration
Professional Sequence in Business Analytics for Marketing Professionals
Professional Program in Business Process Management
Designated Subjects Career Technical Education Teaching Credential
Clinical Laboratory Scientist Preparatory Program
Berkeley Coding Boot Camp
Professional Program in College Admission Counseling
Certificate Program in College Admissions and Career Planning
Certificate Program in Construction Management and Leadership
Berkeley Cybersecurity Boot Camp
Professional Program in Data Administration and Management
Professional Program in Data Analysis
Berkeley Data Analytics Boot Camp
Professional Sequence in Digital Marketing
Berkeley Digital Marketing Boot Camp
Specialized Program in Digital Photography
Specialized Program in Drawing
Certificate Program in Facilities Management
Certificate Program in Finance
Berkeley FinTech Boot Camp
Professional Program in Fundraising and Volunteer Management
Global Program for Freshmen
Professional Program in Graphic Design
Certificate Program in Health Advocacy
Professional Program in Health Informatics
Certificate Program in HVAC
Interdisciplinary Writing Program
Certificate Program in Interior Design and Interior Architecture
Certificate Program in Leadership and Management
Expert Seminar Series: Leading Trends in Human Resources
Specialized Program in Painting
Certificate Program in Personal Financial Planning
Professional Writing Program
Professional Sequence in Project Human Resource Management
Advanced Program in Project Management
Professional Program in Regulatory Affairs
Professional Program in Semiconductor IC Design
Professional Sequence in Semiconductor Technology Fundamentals
Certificate Program in Student Affairs and Higher-Education Administration
Certificate Program in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
Professional Sequence in Technical Communication
Berkeley Technology Project Management Boot Camp
Berkeley UX/UI Boot Camp
Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Visual Arts
Professional Program in Web Development and Design
Professional Program in Women and Leadership

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Online Learning

Take online programs and courses from anywhere in the world! Receive a Berkeley-quality education from the comfort of your home—no visa or application required. Search our course catalog to find the right one for you.

Search our course catalog to find the right one for you.

Study-Abroad Programs

Study abroad on a student visa for a semester or academic year with our full-time programs. You must apply and be admitted to one of our full-time programs to obtain a student visa.

Learn more about your study-abroad options.

Three Types of Online Courses

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Live Online

Access classroom-style interactive learning from anywhere in the world! Attend scheduled online sessions with your instructor and classmates in addition to completing your coursework.start anytime icon

Start Anytime

Continuous enrollment course begins when you enroll. You have a minimum of 90 days and a maximum of 180 days to complete the course.fixed date start icon

Fixed-Date

Enroll in this course by its start date and complete it by its specified end date. There are no live sessions, but plenty of opportunities to collaborate with your classmates and instructor.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I enroll?Add the course(s) you want to your shopping cart and check out. Further instructions will be emailed to you. If you’re a new student, you will need to create a student profile. If you already have a profile, log in with your student ID number and password. You can email [email protected] for assistance with registration.Can I start with just one course?Yes, you can take a single course. You do not need to enroll in an entire certificate, program or sequence.What are the differences between the three online formats?

  • Start anytime classes allow for the most flexibility in your schedule. Once you enroll, you start the class; there’s no need to wait for a specific start date. After you enroll, you progress through the course at your own pace.
  • Fixed-date courses have a set start and end date—in the same way as a classroom course. There are no live sessions, but plenty of opportunities to collaborate with your classmates and instructor.
  • Live Online courses provide an interactive learning experience with scheduled synchronous online sessions held via Zoom video conferencing (Pacific Time). As with courses held in person, the teaching methods for Live Online courses emphasize lectures, demonstrations, group discussions and collaborative activities. You should be prepared to attend every session and engage in class via webcam.

Beginning August 15, 2020, you must have a Zoom account to participate in Live Online classes.How do I schedule a proctored exam?Due to current conditions, in-person proctoring is not advisable at this time. We have developed alternative means for course completion for all online courses, such as online exams and final papers. Please contact your instructor for more information.We recommend you identify your proctor after you enroll in the course and no later than midway through the course to ensure that you are able to meet your course completion date. Get more information on proctored exams.Can I transfer credits to another school?Other institutions may accept UC Berkeley Extension credit toward an undergraduate degree, but acceptance is always determined by the institution to which you are applying. Get more information on transferring credits.

Online Learning Policies

Types of Online Courses

Online Classrooms Orientation

Proctored Exam-Taking Eligibility

Selecting and Assigning a Proctor

Taking Your Exam

After Your Exam

Your Online Classroom

Canvas, our online learning platform, offers interactive video lectures, discussion forums, readings and more. You’ll be able to message your instructor, review your graded assignments, or get technical help 24 hours a day.

Your instructors are excited to teach online! Hear what they have to say:

Instructor Stephen Torres

Instructor Stephen Torres

Instructor Rachael Webster

Instructor Rachael Webster

Get In Touch

Still have questions? Email our program coordinators, or fill out the form below.Accounting, Finance and Financial Planning & Analysis[email protected]Business Administration and Personal Financial Planning[email protected]College Admissions and Career Planning[email protected]Health Sciences and Post-Bacc Programs[email protected][email protected][email protected]HR and Marketing[email protected]Humanities, Writing, Editing and Languages[email protected][email protected]Interior Design and Interior Architecture[email protected]Mathematics and Statistics[email protected]Project Management and Business Analysis[email protected]Sciences and Biotechnology[email protected][email protected][email protected]Technology and Information Management[email protected]Construction and Sustainability[email protected]Paralegal[email protected]User Experience Design[email protected]

Online Course Policies

Due to current conditions, in-person proctoring is not currently an option. We have developed alternative means for course completion for all online courses, such as online exams and final papers. Please contact your instructor for more information.

Types of Online Courses

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Start Anytime Online Courses

These begin when you enroll. From the date of enrollment, you have a minimum of 90 days and a maximum of 180 days to complete the course (including the final exam or project). The 180 days begin when you enroll, not when you begin coursework. Course completion dates are strictly enforced.

Expect a minimum of 30 days per semester unit to finish by the course end date; for 3–4 unit semester-long courses, there is a minimum of 90 days of study. This allows for instructor-led interaction and feedback between assignments to get the most out of your class. You may only submit assignments for one module at a time, allowing up to one week (or 7 days) for grading and feedback from your instructor. If you are unable to complete your coursework and do not officially withdraw from the online course before the completion date, you may receive a failing grade (F).

Fixed-Date Online Courses

Fixed-Date online courses have specific start and end dates. Your access to the course content begins on the course start date. You will complete assignments within the specific dates posted in your online classroom, and as set by your instructor in the course syllabus.

Live Online Courses

Live Online courses provide an interactive learning experience with scheduled synchronous online sessions held via Zoom video conferencing (Pacific Time). As with courses held in-person, the teaching methods for Live Online courses emphasize lectures, demonstrations, group discussions and collaborative activities. You should be prepared to attend every session and engage in class via webcam.

Online Classrooms Orientation

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Canvas Classrooms

UC Berkeley Extension hosts online classrooms on multiple systems. Most UC Berkeley Extension online classrooms are hosted on Canvas. See “Paralegal and Semiconductor Online Classrooms” below if you are enrolled in Paralegal Studies or Semiconductor IC Design courses.

Extension employs the Canvas learning management system (onlinelearning.berkeley.edu) and its various tools to deliver online courses. Instruction for Start Anytime and Fixed Date online courses is fully designed and delivered through Canvas, while Live Online instructors use Canvas, in addition to Zoom, to enhance their courses by sharing extra course materials and resources, posting recorded lectures, and facilitating group discussion and other learning activities.

After you enroll in a course, it will take approximately one hour before you can log in to your Canvas Classroom. We recommend that you create your account as soon as possible so that you can access the course content when it becomes available:

  • Fixed Date Courses: You can access your class on its start date.
  • Continuous Enrollment Courses: You can access your course approximately one hour after you enroll.

Go to onlinelearning.berkeley.edu. Bookmark this URL and use it to access your online classroom going forward.

  • First login:
    • Click on the “Forgot password?” link.
    • On the next screen, enter your Extension student account number in the Username field and click on the Request Password button.
    • You will receive an email with instructions on setting up a password for this site. Follow those instructions and create your password. Your Canvas password may be different from the password you use to log into your student account on the UC Berkeley Extension website.
    • Problems? If you are having difficulty logging in for the first time, please email [email protected] for assistance.
  • Each subsequent login:
  • Other Canvas Resources:

Zoom

Zoom is UC Berkeley’s video conferencing service. Zoom provides a stable, easy-to-use platform for interactive lectures and discussions. UC Berkeley Extension uses the Zoom platform to deliver Live Online classes.

If you don’t already have a Zoom account, you must sign up for a free, consumer Zoom account before your class begins. Your instructor will send you invitations to your Zoom meetings.

In addition, we recommend that you:

Report Zoom Bombing

Please join us in upholding our campus Principles of Community. If you experience Zoom bombing that attacks on the basis of race, gender, sexual orientation or other protected category, or is sexually explicit, we encourage you to report the incident directly to [email protected]. For additional resources, visit our Stop Hate website or the campus Office for the Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination. UC Berkeley leadership has zero tolerance for Zoom bombing, and such incidents will be fully investigated.

Paralegal and Semiconductor Online Classrooms

If you are enrolled in courses in the following programs, you will receive your login information by email within 1 to 3 business days after you enroll. Please contact the academic department for further assistance.

Summer Online Courses

Summer Sessions offers a variety of online courses that allow you to earn academic credit and satisfy requirements from anywhere in the world. Online learning opportunities through Summer Sessions allow you maximum flexibility with your study schedule. You can take a course with your favorite professor, satisfy degree requirements, or even make progress toward select summer minor or certificate programs.

Browse all available summer online and web-based courses in the Class Schedule.

Online and web-based courses are offered by dozens of academic departments and vary in length and session dates.

Regular Summer Sessions fees and deadlines apply to online classes.

Enrolling in Online Courses

Enrollment opens in February 2022. Visit our How to Apply page for important dates and deadlines.

Are you currently a high school student interested in summer online courses? See our Pre-College Scholars: Virtual Program to learn how you can enroll in online courses for UC Berkeley credit and be part of our virtual campus this summer.

Asynchronous & Synchronous Options

Summer online courses are offered in either asynchronous or synchronous formats. The class notes for individual courses in the class schedule will indicate the type of instruction for that course. You can also sort summer online course listings by asynchronous or synchronous instruction.

Asynchronous courses consist of pre-recorded presentations and are available to students to watch at the time of their choosing. Asynchronous engagement may also include collaborative annotations, discussion threads, etc. Some classes with the “asynchronous” notation may be asynchronous only; others may have a synchronous option. Please see the class notes for each course for more information

Synchronous courses have components during the days and time that are specified on the class schedule. Participation may be in-person or remote, depending on the mode of instruction. Please see the class notes for each course for more information. All class meeting times are Pacific Daylight Time (PDT).

Note: As you search the course catalog, you’ll find both “Online” and Web-Based” instruction types for summer. “Web-Based” and “Online” courses are all online courses, just with different naming conventions. For additional information on instruction types, visit the Office of the Registrar’s Instruction FAQ.

Ready to enroll? Enrollment questions? Visit our Summer Sessions Help Center.

Online Courses for Summer 2022

  1. 2022 Summer Session C 8 weeks, June 21 – August 12 AFRICAM W111 001 – WBL 001 offered through African American Studies(opens in a new tab) Stephen A SmallJun 21 2022 – Aug 12 2022Class #:13422Units:3Instruction Mode: Web-Based InstructionOpen Seats200 Unreserved SeatsA focus on patterns of globalization, migration, and race/ethnic relations with regard to African Americans, Mexican Americans, and Asian Americans in the 1890s and 1990s. Key aspects like economics, politics, gender, and culture are examined. This course is web-based.How to apply(opens in a new tab)
  2. The History of the Modern Civil Rights Movement2022 Summer Session D 6 weeks, July 5 – August 12 AFRICAM 125AC 001 – WBL 001 offered through African American Studies(opens in a new tab) Ula Yvette TaylorJul 05 2022 – Aug 12 2022Class #:14113Units:3Instruction Mode: Web-Based InstructionOpen Seats200 Unreserved SeatsThe objective of this course is to examine the modern Civil Rights Movement. As traditionally understood, this period began with the May 17, 1954, “Brown vs. Board of Education” Supreme Court decision and ended with the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965. This course will expand this time frame and seek to place this movement in the context of global developments and the broad sweep of United States History. Assigned readings consist of historical and autobiographical texts. Lectures will contextualize the readings by placing the material and its significance within the overall history and culture of Americans. Visual media will augment the lectures.How to apply(opens in a new tab)
  3. Arts and Culture in Armenia and the Diaspora Since 19912022 Summer Session C 8 weeks, June 21 – August 12 ARMENI 128 001 – WBL 001 offered through Slavic Languages and Literatures(opens in a new tab) Myrna A DouzjianJun 21 2022 – Aug 12 2022 TU, W, TH 5:00 pm – 6:59 pm Internet/OnlineClass #:13921Units:3Instruction Mode: Web-Based InstructionOpen Seats20 Unreserved SeatsThis course covers a generically diverse range of texts (novels, short stories, poems, films, photography, philosophical essays, and academic articles) produced in Armenia and its transnational diaspora since the collapse of the Soviet Union and the establishment of Armenia’s independence in 1991. It begins by looking at literary and filmic representations of two major calamities, which continue to have lasting effects on socio-political life in Armenia today: the earthquake of 1988 and the Karabagh War (1988-1994). After gaining an understanding of some of the problems that took root in the “dark and cold days” of Armenia’s early independence, we will turn to another prominent aspect of the contemporary period, namely the increased cultural contact and collaboration between writers and artists in Armenia and those practicing in disparate parts of the world, including Georgia, Lebanon, Syria, Turkey, Russia, France, Portugal, Canada, and the United States. This second focus will allow us to consider how the arts and culture of the period have dealt with and debated a diverse range of issues, including questions such as: How do fictional representations offer new ways of thinking about cataclysmic events (genocide, war, exile, and displacement) and social problems (corruption, poverty, environmental exploitation, and sex- and gender-based discrimination)? What role do the arts play in political and social justice causes? Or should they even play such a role? And why are some of the formal choices and topics in recent prose and poetry often unacceptable or unintelligible for contemporaneous readers? Our readings and viewings will also necessitate a focus on earlier historical periods as they relate to the present. In the case of cultural practitioners based in Armenia, the need to reflect on the Soviet experience (1921-1991) looms large. In the case of diaspora practitioners, the genocide of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire, Lebanese Civil War (1975-1990), and, more recently, the war in Syria have played a pivotal role in shaping intellectual discourse and artistic sensibilities. Ultimately, we shall see that though very different cultural and historical currents shape each of these traditions, the post-1991 period has brought about collaborations and parallels between Armenia and the diaspora—creating intersections that were unthinkable a few short decades ago.How to apply(opens in a new tab)
  4. Asian American Communities and Race Relations2022 Summer Session A 6 weeks, May 23 – July 1 ASAMST 20AC 001 – LEC 001 offered through Ethnic Studies(opens in a new tab) Harvey C DongMay 23 2022 – Jul 01 2022 Internet/OnlineClass #:15394Units:4Instruction Mode: OnlineOpen Seats100 Unreserved SeatsThis course will be a survey of contemporary issues affecting the Asian American community. We will look at the different theories that explain the current status of Asian Americans and the interrelationship between the Asian American community, nation, and world. The course will focus on the issue of race relations, the commonalities and differences between Asian Americans and other race and ethnic groups.How to apply(opens in a new tab)
  5. The Planets2022 Summer Session C 8 weeks, June 21 – August 12 ASTRON W12 001 – WBL 001 offered through Astronomy(opens in a new tab) Burkhard MilitzerJun 21 2022 – Aug 12 2022 Internet/OnlineClass #:13432Units:3Instruction Mode: OnlineOpen Seats150 Unreserved SeatsConsent of department required for enrollment.Also offered as: EPS W12A tour of the mysteries and inner workings of our solar system. What are planets made of? Why do they orbit the sun the way they do? How do planets form, and what are they made of? Why do some bizarre moons have oceans, volcanoes, and ice floes? What makes the Earth hospitable for life? Is the Earth a common type of planet or some cosmic quirk? This course will introduce basic physics, chemistry, and math to understand planets, moons, rings, comets, asteroids, atmospheres, and oceans. Understanding other worlds will help us save our own planet and help us understand our place in the universe. This course is web-based.How to apply(opens in a new tab)
  6. Accelerated Reading and Composition2022 Summer Session B 10 weeks, June 6 – August 12 COLWRIT R1A 101 – LEC 101 offered through College Writing Programs(opens in a new tab)Jun 06 2022 – Aug 12 2022 Internet/OnlineClass #:14976Units:6Instruction Mode: OnlineOpen Seats14 Unreserved SeatsAn intensive, accelerated course satisfying concurrently the requirements of the UC Entry Level Writing Requirement and the first half of Reading and Composition. Readings will include imaginative, expository and argumentative texts representative of the range of those encountered in the undergraduate curriculum and will feature authors from diverse social and cultural backgrounds and perspectives. Instruction in writing a range of discourse forms and in the revision of papers.How to apply(opens in a new tab)
  7. Accelerated Reading and Composition2022 Summer Session B 10 weeks, June 6 – August 12 COLWRIT R1A 201 – LEC 201 offered through College Writing Programs(opens in a new tab)Jun 06 2022 – Aug 12 2022 Internet/OnlineClass #:14977Units:6Instruction Mode: OnlineOpen Seats14 Unreserved SeatsAn intensive, accelerated course satisfying concurrently the requirements of the UC Entry Level Writing Requirement and the first half of Reading and Composition. Readings will include imaginative, expository and argumentative texts representative of the range of those encountered in the undergraduate curriculum and will feature authors from diverse social and cultural backgrounds and perspectives. Instruction in writing a range of discourse forms and in the revision of papers.How to apply(opens in a new tab)
  8. Academic Writing – Online2022 Summer Session D 6 weeks, July 5 – August 12 COLWRIT W3A 001 – WBL 001 offered through College Writing Programs(opens in a new tab)Jul 05 2022 – Aug 12 2022 Internet/OnlineClass #:14237Units:2Instruction Mode: Web-Based InstructionOpen Seats22 Unreserved SeatsThis academic writing course teaches skills of critical reading, thinking, and writing to help students meaningfully engage ideas, problems, and issues in our world. This course develops students’ abilities to read written and cultural texts critically; to analyze those texts in ways that engage their own experiences and the perspectives of others; and to write about those texts for a range of readers and purposes as a means of participating in broader conversations. Assignments emphasize the analysis and synthesis of sources in the process of making and developing well-constructed arguments.How to apply(opens in a new tab)
  9. Business English: Oral Communication – Online2022 Summer Session D 6 weeks, July 5 – August 12 COLWRIT W3B 001 – WBL 001 offered through College Writing Programs(opens in a new tab)Jul 25 2022 – Aug 12 2022 Internet/OnlineClass #:14384Units:2Instruction Mode: Web-Based InstructionTime Conflict Enrollment AllowedOpen Seats22 Unreserved SeatsThe two goals of this course are to improve students’ ability to communicate effectively in a professional environment using business English and to become comfortable using the digital media currently being used to do business in the global economy. Course topics include cross-cultural communication, digital etiquette, web conferencing, business vocabulary, presentation skills, personal branding, and job interviewing.How to apply(opens in a new tab)
  10. Legal English: Introduction to the U.S. Legal System – Online2022 Summer Session D 6 weeks, July 5 – August 12 COLWRIT W3D 001 – WBL 001 offered through College Writing Programs(opens in a new tab)Jul 05 2022 – Aug 12 2022 Internet/OnlineClass #:14166Units:2Instruction Mode: Web-Based InstructionOpen Seats22 Unreserved SeatsThis course aims to help students practice the English language specific to American law, gain an understanding of the legal context in which English is being used, and ground students in the discourse of law to the extent their professional goals or interests warrant. These goals are achieved through a focus on the U.S. legal system and specific types of law as illustrated through sample cases. The course will be useful to students currently working as legal professionals in their own countries; those who are planning to study or practice law in the United States; and anyone curious about how the law works in the U.S. and wanting to learn language related to it.How to apply(opens in a new tab)
  11. Legal English: Oral Communication-Online2022 Summer Session D 6 weeks, July 5 – August 12 COLWRIT W3E 001 – WBL 001 offered through College Writing Programs(opens in a new tab)Jul 25 2022 – Aug 12 2022 Internet/OnlineClass #:14397Units:2Instruction Mode: Web-Based InstructionOpen Seats22 Unreserved SeatsThis online course focuses on helping lawyers or law students improve their speaking and listening skills for the study or practice of U.S. law or for communication with U.S. lawyers. The course will focus on three different contexts for the listening and speaking challenges: academic speaking and listening in the law school classroom, informal speaking with other lawyers, and persuasive/formal speaking in the courtroom. The course will be useful to students currently working as legal professionals in their own countries and those who are planning to study or practice law in the United States.How to apply(opens in a new tab)
  12. Grammar and Vocabulary – Online2022 Summer Session D 6 weeks, July 5 – August 12 COLWRIT W3G 001 – WBL 001 offered through College Writing Programs(opens in a new tab)Jul 05 2022 – Jul 22 2022 Internet/OnlineClass #:14426Units:2Instruction Mode: Web-Based InstructionTime Conflict Enrollment AllowedOpen Seats22 Unreserved SeatsStudents will practice and acquire the grammar and vocabulary necessary for university courses — lectures, textbooks, discussions, papers — and in the reading, writing, and discussions that academics and professionals engage in outside classes. Weekly themes will incorporate a variety of fields for a broader perspective on rich academic vocabulary.How to apply(opens in a new tab)
  13. ESL Listening and Speaking – Online2022 Summer Session D 6 weeks, July 5 – August 12 COLWRIT W3H 001 – WBL 001 offered through College Writing Programs(opens in a new tab)Jul 05 2022 – Aug 12 2022 Internet/OnlineClass #:14167Units:2Instruction Mode: Web-Based InstructionTime Conflict Enrollment AllowedOpen Seats22 Unreserved SeatsIn this online course, non-native speaking students will improve listening comprehension and oral skills by focusing on refining English pronunciation to minimize miscommunication. By analyzing audio/video clips, students identify features of spoken American English for better understanding. Students also learn and practice strategies to help correctly produce American English stress, rhythm, intonation, plus individual vowel and consonant sounds. Students submit audio/video recordings that are analyzed and evaluated by the instructor to help each student speak with greater clarity.How to apply(opens in a new tab)
  14. Introduction to Technical Writing – Online2022 Summer Session D 6 weeks, July 5 – August 12 COLWRIT W3I 001 – WBL 001 offered through College Writing Programs(opens in a new tab)Jul 05 2022 – Aug 12 2022 Internet/OnlineClass #:14279Units:2Instruction Mode: Web-Based InstructionOpen Seats22 Unreserved SeatsThis online course focuses on the fundamentals of technical writing and helps students learn related technologies. Assignments will improve students’ general writing skills through lessons on how to apply theories of written communication in work situations; select, organize, and present technical information for specific audiences and purposes; as well as write and revise various types of written correspondence.How to apply(opens in a new tab)
  15. Reading and Composition2022 Summer Session C 8 weeks, June 21 – August 12 COLWRIT R4A 001 – SEM 001 offered through College Writing Programs(opens in a new tab) Jonathan C LangJun 21 2022 – Aug 12 2022 M, W, F 1:00 pm – 2:59 pm Internet/OnlineClass #:13456Units:4Instruction Mode: OnlineOpen Seats17 Unreserved SeatsThis writing seminar satisfies the first half of the Reading and Composition requirement. The course is designed to offer students structured, sustained, and highly articulated practice in the recursive processes entailed in reading, critical analysis, and composing. Students will read five thematically related book-length texts, or the equivalent, drawn from a range of genres, in addition to various non-print sources. In response to these materials, they will craft several short pieces leading up to three longer essays–works of exposition and argumentation.How to apply(opens in a new tab)
  16. Reading, Composition, and Research2022 Summer Session A 6 weeks, May 23 – July 1 COLWRIT R4B 002 – SEM 002 offered through College Writing Programs(opens in a new tab) Aparajita NandaMay 23 2022 – Jul 01 2022 M, W, F 12:00 pm – 1:59 pm Internet/OnlineClass #:13309Units:4Instruction Mode: OnlineOpen Seats17 Unreserved SeatsA lecture/seminar satisfying the second half of the Reading & Composition requirement, R4B offers structured and sustained practice in the processes used in reading, critical analysis, and writing. Students engage with thematically-related materials from a range of genres and media. In response, they craft short pieces leading to longer expository and/or argumentative essays. Students develop a research question, draft a research essay, gather, evaluate, and synthesize information from various sources. Elements of the research process–a proposal, an annotated bibliography, an abstract, a works cited list, etc.–are submitted with the final report in a research portfolio. Students write a minimum of 32 pages of prose.How to apply(opens in a new tab)
  17. Reading, Composition, and Research2022 Summer Session D 6 weeks, July 5 – August 12 COLWRIT R4B 004 – SEM 004 offered through College Writing Programs(opens in a new tab) Benjamin A. SpanbockJul 05 2022 – Aug 12 2022 M, W 1:00 pm – 2:59 pm Internet/OnlineClass #:14231Units:4Instruction Mode: OnlineOpen Seats17 Unreserved SeatsA lecture/seminar satisfying the second half of the Reading & Composition requirement, R4B offers structured and sustained practice in the processes used in reading, critical analysis, and writing. Students engage with thematically-related materials from a range of genres and media. In response, they craft short pieces leading to longer expository and/or argumentative essays. Students develop a research question, draft a research essay, gather, evaluate, and synthesize information from various sources. Elements of the research process–a proposal, an annotated bibliography, an abstract, a works cited list, etc.–are submitted with the final report in a research portfolio. Students write a minimum of 32 pages of prose.How to apply(opens in a new tab)
  18. Reading, Composition, and Research2022 Summer Session D 6 weeks, July 5 – August 12 COLWRIT R4B 401 – SEM 401 offered through College Writing Programs(opens in a new tab)Jul 05 2022 – Aug 12 2022 Internet/OnlineClass #:14983Units:4Instruction Mode: OnlineOpen Seats17 Unreserved SeatsA lecture/seminar satisfying the second half of the Reading & Composition requirement, R4B offers structured and sustained practice in the processes used in reading, critical analysis, and writing. Students engage with thematically-related materials from a range of genres and media. In response, they craft short pieces leading to longer expository and/or argumentative essays. Students develop a research question, draft a research essay, gather, evaluate, and synthesize information from various sources. Elements of the research process–a proposal, an annotated bibliography, an abstract, a works cited list, etc.–are submitted with the final report in a research portfolio. Students write a minimum of 32 pages of prose.How to apply(opens in a new tab)

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