Summer Courses

Course Sequence Ideas by College

Have you considered using this summer to make progress toward your degree while socially distancing? It is possible to complete a Minor or take a sequence of courses equivalent to full-time load. Suggested below for your convenience are options within each college:

  • College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences

    These are example course bundles available to incoming freshman students. Schedules can be customized for incoming or continuing students based on course needs. Please see the entire list of online courses being taught this summer.

    1. Agribusiness

      Summer I
      AGBR 2050   Agriculture and Society (3 cr)
      MATH 1020   Business Calculus I (3 cr)

      Summer II
      AGBR 2020   Agricultural Economics (3 cr)
      ENGL 1030   Composition and Rhetoric (3 cr)

    2. Agricultural Education — All Emphasis Areas

      Summer I
      AVS 1050   Introduction to Animal Science (3 cr)
      AVS 1051   Introduction to Animal Science Lab (1 cr)
      HORT 1010   Horticulture (3 cr)

      Summer II
      COMM 1500   Oral Communications (3 cr)
      ENGL 1030   Composition and Rhetoric (3 cr)

    3. Agricultural Mechanization and Business

      Summer I
      AGBR 2050   Agriculture and Society (3 cr)
      ACCT 2010   Financial Accounting Concepts (3 cr); or MATH 1020 Business Calculus I (3 cr)

      Summer II
      ENGL 1030   Composition and Rhetoric (3 cr)
      AGRB 2020   Agricultural Economics (3 cr)

    4. Animal and Veterinary Science: Pre-Veterinary & Science Concentration

      Summer I
      COMM 1500   Oral Communications (3 cr)
      MATH 1020   Business Calculus I (3 cr)

      Summer II
      AVS 1050   Introduction to Animal Science (3 cr)
      AVS 1051   Introduction to Animal Science Lab (1 cr)
      ENGL 1030   Composition and Rhetoric (3 cr)

    5. Animal and Veterinary Science: Animal Agribusiness and Equine Business Concentrations

      Summer I
      COMM 1500   Oral Communications (3 cr)
      MATH 1010   Essential Mathematics for the Informed Society (3 cr)

      Summer II
      AVS 1050   Introduction to Animal Science (3 cr)
      AVS 1051   Introduction to Animal Science Lab (1 cr)
      ENGL 1030   Composition and Rhetoric (3 cr)

    6. Food Science and Human Nutrition, Food Science and Technology Concentration

      Summer I
      BIOL 1030   General Biology I (3 cr)
      BIOL 1050   General Biology Lab. I (1 cr)
      MATH 1020   Business Calculus I (3 cr)

      Summer II
      COMM 1500   Oral Communications (3 cr)
      ENGL 1030   Composition and Rhetoric (3 cr)

    7. Food Science and Human Nutrition, Nutrition Concentration

      Summer I
      BIOL 1030   General Biology I (3 cr)
      BIOL 1050   General Biology Lab. I (1 cr)
      MATH 1020   Business Calculus I (3 cr)

      Summer II
      COMM 1500   Oral Communications (3 cr)
      ENGL 1030   Composition and Rhetoric (3 cr)

    8. Packaging Science

      Summer I
      BIOL 1030   General Biology I (3 cr)
      BIOL 1050   General Biology Lab. I (1 cr)
      COMM 1500   Oral Communications (3 cr)

      Summer II
      ENGL 1030   Composition and Rhetoric (3 cr)
      MATH 1060   Calculus of One Variable I (4 cr)

    9. Environmental and Natural Resources – Conservation Biology Concentration

      Summer I
      BIOL 1030   General Biology I (3 cr)
      BIOL 1050   General Biology Lab. I (1 cr)
      MATH 1020   Business Calculus I (3 cr)

      Summer II
      COMM 1500   Oral Communications (3 cr)
      ENGL 1030   Composition and Rhetoric (3 cr)

    10. Environmental and Natural Resources – Natural Resources Management Concentration

      Summer I
      BIOL 1030   General Biology I (3 cr)
      BIOL 1050   General Biology Lab. I (1 cr)
      MATH 1020   Business Calculus I (3 cr)

      Summer II
      COMM 1500   Oral Communications (3 cr)
      ENGL 1030   Composition and Rhetoric (3 cr)

    11. Environmental and Natural Resources – Environmental and Natural Resources – Natural Resources and Economic Policy Concentration

      Summer I
      BIOL 1030   General Biology I (3 cr)
      BIOL 1050   General Biology Lab. I (1 cr)
      MATH 1020   Business Calculus I (3 cr)

      Summer II
      COMM 1500   Oral Communications (3 cr)
      ENGL 1030   Composition and Rhetoric (3 cr)

    12. Forest Resources Management

      Summer I
      BIOL 1030   General Biology I (3 cr)
      BIOL 1050   General Biology Lab. I (1 cr)
      MATH 1020   Business Calculus I (3 cr)

      Summer II
      COMM 1500   Oral Communications (3 cr)
      ENGL 1030   Composition and Rhetoric (3 cr)

    13. Wildlife and Fisheries Biology

      Summer I
      BIOL 1030   General Biology I (3 cr)
      BIOL 1050   General Biology Lab. I (1 cr)
      MATH 1020   Business Calculus I (3 cr)

      Summer II
      COMM 1500   Oral Communications (3 cr)
      ENGL 1030   Composition and Rhetoric (3 cr)

    14. Horticulture

      Summer I
      MATH 1020   Business Calculus I (3 cr)
      HORT 1010   Horticulture (3 cr)

      Summer II
      COMM 1500   Oral Communications (3 cr)
      ENGL 1030   Composition and Rhetoric (3 cr)

    15. Plant and Environmental Sciences – Agricultural Biotechnology Concentration

      Summer I
      MATH 1020   Business Calculus I (3 cr)
      COMM 1500   Oral Communications (3 cr)

      Summer II
      ENGL 1030   Composition and Rhetoric (3 cr)
      PES 1040   Introduction to Plant Science (3 cr)

    16. Plant and Environmental Sciences – Agronomy Concentration

      Summer I
      MATH 1020   Business Calculus I (3 cr)
      COMM 1500   Oral Communications (3 cr)

      Summer II
      ENGL 1030   Composition and Rhetoric (3 cr)
      PES 1040   Introduction to Plant Science (3 cr)

    17. Plant and Environmental Sciences – Soil and Water Concentration

      Summer I
      MATH 1020   Business Calculus I (3 cr)
      COMM 1500   Oral Communications (3 cr)

      Summer II
      ENGL 1030   Composition and Rhetoric (3 cr)
      PES 1040   Introduction to Plant Science (3 cr)

    18. Turfgrass

      Summer I
      MATH 1020   Business Calculus I (3 cr)
      HORT 1010   Horticulture (3 cr)

      Summer II
      ENGL 1030   Composition and Rhetoric (3 cr)
      COMM 1500   Oral Communications (3 cr)

  • College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities
    1. Minor in ART (15 Credit Hours):

      Summer I
      ART 1510   Foundations in Visual Art I (3 cr)
      ART 2100   Art Appreciation (3 cr)
      ART 2150   Beginning Graphic Design (3 cr)

      Summer II
      ART 3150   Graphic Design (3 cr)
      ART 4200   Time-Based & Digital Art Foundations (3 cr)

    2. Progress in a Humanities Major-History Example (12 Credit hours)*

      Summer I
      HIST 1720 (3 cr) and any one of the following (3 cr) HIST 1010, HIST 1020 HIST 1240, GEOG 1010, GEOG 1030

      Summer II
      HIST 1730 (3 cr) and any one of the following (3 cr) HIST 3010, HIST 3120, HIST 3130, HIST 3400, HIST 4000, HIST 4940

      *Note: Similar sequences are possible in other humanities disciplines, such as English, Languages, Philosophy, Religion, etc. Check with each department chair for suggestions.

    3. Progress in the Interdisciplinary program in World Cinema - History emphasis (9 Credit Hours)

      Summer I
      ENGL 3570 (If not already taken; 3 cr) and ENGL 4510 (3 cr)

      Summer II
      Two of the following (6 cr total): HIST 3940, 4400, 4600, 4940

    4. Women’s Leadership minor, or progress in the major (15 Credit Hours)

      Summer I
      WS 1030   Women in Global Perspective (3 cr)
      WS 2300   Women & Leadership I (3 cr)

      Summer II
      WS 2400   Women & Leadership II (3 cr)
      WS 4590   Selected Topics: Activism & the #metoo Movement (3 cr)
      COMM 4550   Gender Communication (3 cr)

  • College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences
    1. Public Health Science

      Freshman Example

      Summer I (Select 6-9 hours)

      HLTH 2030                  Overview of Health Care System (3 cr) (also offered Summer II)
      COMM 1500 or 2500    Intro to Human Communication or Public Speaker (3 cr) (also offered Summer   II)
      STAT 2300                   Statistical Methods I (3 cr) (also offered Summer II)
      Non-Lit/CCA   

      Summer II (Select 6-9 hours)

      HLTH 2980                  Human Health and Disease (3 cr)
      Non-Lit/CCA

      Sophomore Example

      Summer I (Select 3-6 hours)

      HTLH 2400                  Determinants of Health Behavior (3 cr)
      COMM 1500 or 2500    Intro to Human Communication or Public Speaker (3 cr) (also offered Summer II)

      Summer II (Select 6-9 hours)

      HLTH 2980                  Human Health and Disease (3 cr)
      HLTH 2500                  Health and Fitness (3 cr)
      Pysch 3400                   Lifespan Developmental Psychology (3 cr)

      Junior Example

      Mini-B

      HLTH 3800                  Epidemiology (3 cr) (also available Long Summer)

      Summer I (6 hours)

      HLTH 4000                  Covid19: An Evolving Pandemic (3 cr)
      COMM 1500 or 2500    Intro to Human Communication or Public Speaker (3 cr) (also offered Summer II)

      Summer II (Select 6 hours)

      HLTH 4700                  Global Health (3 cr)
      COMM 1500 or 2500    Intro to Human Communication or Public Speaker (3 cr) (also offered Summer II)

      Senior Example

      Summer I

      HLTH 4000                  Covid19: An Evolving Pandemic (3 cr)

      Summer II (Select 6-9 hours)

      HLTH 4700                  Global Health (3 cr)
      HLTH 2500                  Health and Fitness (3 cr)
      PSYC 3400                   Lifespan Developmental Psychology (3 cr)

    2. Sociology/Anthropology/Criminal Justice

      Sophomore Examples

      Sociology (B.A.) Majors

      Summer I (Select 6-9 hours)

      SOC 3020                   Social Research Methods I (3 cr)
      STAT 2300                 Statistical Methods I (3 cr) (also offered Summer II)
      2010 and 2020            Modern Language

      Sociology (B.S.) Majors

      Summer I (Select 6-9 hours)

      SOC 3020                   Social Research Methods I (3 cr)
      STAT 2300                 Statistical Methods I (3 cr) (also offered Summer II)
      HLTH 2020                Introduction to Public Health (3 cr)
      HLTH 2030                Overview of Health Care Systems (3 cr) (also offered Summer II)
      HLTH 2400                Determinants of Health Behavior (3 cr)
      HLTH 2600                Medical Terminology and Communication (3 cr) (also offered Summer II)

      Summer II (Select 6-9 hours)

      HLTH 2500                Health and Fitness (3 cr)
      HLTH 2980                Human Health and Disease (3 cr)

      Criminal Justice (B.A.)

      Summer I

      STAT 2300                 Statistical Methods I (3 cr) (also offered Summer II)
      2010 and 2020            Modern Language
      Literature

      Criminal Justice (B.S.)

      Summer I (Select 6-9 hours)

      SOC 3020                   Social Research Methods I (3 cr)
      STAT 2300                 Statistical Methods I (3 cr) (also offered Summer II)
      HLTH 2020                Introduction to Public Health (3 cr)
      HLTH 2030                Overview of Health Care Systems (3 cr) (also offered Summer II)
      HLTH 2400                Determinants of Health Behavior (3 cr)
      HLTH 2600                Medical Terminology and Communication (3 cr) (also offered Summer II)

      Summer II (Select 6-9 hours)

      HLTH 2500                Health and Fitness (3 cr)
      HLTH 2980                Human Health and Disease (3 cr)

      Cluster Social Science Minor

      Focus: Crime and Deviance

      Mini-A

      SOC 3970*                 Substance Abuse: Social Causes, Consequences and Treatment (3 cr)

      Summer I (Select 6-9 hours)

      SOC 3910*                 Sociology of Deviance (3 cr)
      SOC 3920*                 Juvenile Delinquency (3 cr)
      SOC 3600                   Social Class and Poverty (3 cr)

      Summer II (Select 3-6 hours)

      JUST 3980*                Computer Crime (3 cr)
      SOC 3500                   Self and Society (3 cr)
      SOC 4600                   Race and Ethnicity (3 cr) 

      *Required for minor, others are a choice of one.

      Sociology Minor*

      Mini-A

      SOC 2010*                 Intro to Sociology (3 cr)
      SOC 3970                   Substance Abuse: Social Causes, Consequences and Treatment (3 cr)

      Summer I

      SOC 3020                   Social Research Methods I (3 cr)
      SOC 3040                   Social Research Methods II (4 cr)

      SOC 3600                   Social Class and Poverty (3 cr)
      SOC 3910                   Sociology of Deviance (3 cr)
      SOC 3920                   Juvenile Delinquency (3 cr)
      SOC 4040                   Sociological Theory (3 cr)
      SOC 4590                   The Community (3 cr)

      Summer II

      SOC 3100                   Marriage and Intimacy (3 cr)
      SOC 3500                   Self and Society (3 cr)
      SOC 4600                   Race and Ethnicity (3 cr)
      SOC 4610                   Sociology of Sex and Gender (3 cr)

      *If students have already taken SOC 2010, they can complete a minor by registering for five 3000-4000-level SOC classes of their choice in the summer.

      SOC 2010 is available Mini-A if not taken yet.

      Psychology Minor*

      Mini-A

      PSYC 2010*               Introduction to Psychology (3 cr)
      PSYC 3440                 Psychology of Adolescents (3 cr)
      PSYC 3570                 Psychology and Culture (3 cr)
      PSYC 3700                 Personality (3 cr)

      Summer I

      PSYC 3090                 Introductory Experimental Psychology (4 cr) (also offered Summer I)
      PSYC 3100                 Advanced Experimental Psychology (4 cr) (also offered Summer I)
      PSYC 3520                 Social Psychology (3 cr)
      PSYC 3640                 Industrial Psychology (3 cr)
      PSYC 4220                 Sensation and Perception (3 cr)

      Summer II

      PSYC 3240                 Physiological Psychology (3 cr)
      PSYC 3400                 Lifespan Developmental Psychology (3 cr)
      PSYC 3680                 Organizational Psychology (3 cr)
      PSYC 3830                 Abnormal Psychology (3 cr)

      *If students have already taken PSYCH 2010, they can complete a minor by registering for five 3000-4000-level PSYCH classes of their choice in the summer.

      Note PSYCH 2010 is available Mini-A if not taken yet.

    3. Communication

      Communication (BA) and Sports Communication (BA) Majors*

      Summer 1
      COMM 2020 or 2040 (Theory Requirement) (3 cr)
      COMM 3/4000-level Course (Emphasis Area Requirement) (3 cr)

      Summer 2
      COMM 2120 (Method Requirement) (3 cr)
      COMM3/4000-level (Emphasis Area Requirement) (3 cr)

      *Students must have taken and completed COMM 2010 with a C or Higher

  • College of Business
    1. Accounting Majors (12 Credit Hours) *Assumes that student has completed ACCT 2010

      Summer I (Select two courses- 6 Credit Hours)
      ACCT 3110   Intermediate Financial Accounting I (3 cr)
      ACCT 3030   Cost Accounting (3 cr) (also offered Summer II)
      ACCT 3220   Accounting Information Systems (3 cr)
      ACCT 4150   Auditing (3 cr) (requires ACCT 3110; ACCT 3220 (waiving the prerequisite this summer if taken concurrently))

      Summer II (Select two courses- 6 Credit Hours)
      ACCT 3120   Intermediate Financial Accounting II (3 cr) (requires ACCT 3110)
      ACCT 3130   Analytics for Accounting Decisions (3 cr) (requires ACCT 3030 and ACCT 3120)
      ACCT 4040   Individual Taxation (3 cr) (requires ACCT 3110)
      ACCT 4100   Contemporary Reporting and Management Control Systems (3 cr) (requires ACCT 3030)
      LAW 3220   Legal Environment of Business (3 cr) (also offered in Summer I)

    2. Accounting Minor (12 Credit Hours) *Assumes that student has completed ACCT 2010

      Summer I (Select two courses- 6 Credit Hours Total)
      ACCT 3110   Intermediate Financial Accounting I (3 cr)
      ACCT 3030   Cost Accounting (3 cr) (also offered Summer II)
      ACCT 3220   Accounting Information Systems (3 cr)
      ACCT 4150   Auditing (3 cr) (requires ACCT 3110; ACCT 3220 (waiving the prerequisite this summer if taken concurrently))

      Summer II (Select two courses- 6 Credit Hours Total)
      ACCT 3120   Intermediate Financial Accounting II (3 cr) (requires ACCT 3110)
      ACCT 3130   Analytics for Accounting Decisions (3 cr) (requires ACCT 3030 and ACCT 3120)
      ACCT 4040   Individual Taxation (3 cr) (requires ACCT 3110)
      ACCT 4100   Contemporary Reporting and Management Control Systems (3 cr) (requires ACCT 3030)

    3. Legal Studies Minor (12 Credit Hours)

      Summer I
      LAW 3220   Legal Environment of Business (3 cr)
      LAW 4200   International Law (3 cr)
      LAW 4990   Special Topics (Cyber Law- 3 cr)

      Summer II
      LAW 3220   Legal Environment of Business (3 cr)

    4. Accounting Options for Finance Majors

      Summer I
      LAW 3220   Legal Environment of Business (3 cr)
      ACCT 3030   Cost Accounting (3 cr)
      ACCT 3110   Intermediate I (3 cr)

      Summer II
      ACCT 3120   Intermediate II (requires ACCT 3110)
      ACCT 3130   Analytics for Accounting Decision Making (requires ACCT 3120)

    5. Business Administration Minor (15 Credit Hours) *Assumes that student has completed ECON 2110

      Summer I
      ACCT 2010   Financial Accounting Concepts (3 cr)
      MGT 2010   Principles of Management (3 cr)

      Summer II
      FIN 3060   Corporation Finance (3 cr)
      LAW 3220   Legal Environment of Business (3 cr)

      Mini C
      MKT 3010   Principles of Marketing (3 cr) – *also offered in Mini A and Mini B

    6. Financial Management Minor *Assumes student has completed FIN 3060 or 3110

      Summer I
      FIN 3050   Investment Analysis (3 cr)
      FIN 3070   Principles of Real Estate (3 cr)
      FIN 3080   Financial Institutions and Markets (3 cr)

      Summer II
      FIN 3120   Financial Management II (3 cr)

      Special offering of a 4000-level course for the first ever:
      FIN 4030   Spreadsheet Applications in Finance

    7. Graphic Communications

      Summer I
      GC 3510   Graphics for Business Applications (2 cr)
      GC 3510   Introduction to Color Theory (3 cr)
      GC 4900   Typography & Symbolic Communications (3 cr)

      Summer II
      GC 3510   Graphics for Business Applications (2 cr)

      Summer Long
      GC 4900   UX & Web Design (3 cr)

    8. Marketing

      Summer I (needs ECON prereq)
      MKT 3010   Principles of Marketing (3 cr)
      MKT 3210   Sports Marketing (3 cr)
      MKT 4340   Sports Promotion (Can override into this as long as they take 3210 first- 3 cr)

      Summer II
      MKT 3020   Consumer Behavior (can override them as long as they take 3010 first-3 cr)

    9. Management

      Management Minor Options

      Summer I (Includes Mini A and Mini B)
      MGT 2010   Principles of Management (3 cr)
      MGT 2180   Management Personal Computer Applications (3 cr)
      STAT 3090   Introductory Business Statistics (3 cr)
      MGT 3180*   Management of Information Systems (3 cr)
      MGT 3900*   Operations Management (3 cr)

      Summer II (Includes Mini C and Mini D)
      MGT 2010   Principles of Management (3 cr)
      MGT 2180   Management Personal Computer Applications (3 cr)
      STAT 3090   Introductory Business Statistics (3 cr)
      MGT 3070*   Human Resource Management (3 cr)
      MGT 3100*   Intermediate Business Statistics (3 cr)

      Management Information Sciences Minor Options

      Summer I (Includes Mini A and Mini B)
      MGT 2010   Principles of Management (3 cr)
      STAT 3090   Introductory Business Statistics (3 cr)
      MGT 4110*   Project Management (3 cr)

      Summer II (Includes Mini C and Mini D)
      MGT 2010   Principles of Management (3 cr)
      STAT 3090   Introductory Business Statistics (3 cr)
      MGT 3180*   Management of Information Systems (3 cr)
      MGT 3120*   Decision Models for Management (3 cr)

      Human Resources Minor Options

      Summer I (Includes Mini A and Mini B)
      MGT 2010   Principles of Management (3 cr)
      STAT 3090   Introductory Business Statistics (3 cr)
      MGT 3070*   Human Resource Management (3 cr)
      MGT 4000   Management of Organizational Behavior (3 cr)
      MGT 4310*   Employee Diversity, Rights and Responsibilities (3 cr)

      Summer II (Includes Mini C and Mini D)
      MGT 2010   Principles of Management (3 cr)
      STAT 3090   Introductory Business Statistics (3 cr)
      MGT 3070*   Human Resource Management (3 cr)


      * indicates course has prerequisite that must be met. Please consult the course catalog.

  • College of Education
    1. Athletic Leadership Minor Options

      Minor Description (17 credits minimum)

      A minor in Athletic Leadership requires 17 credits arranged as follows: AL 3490, AL 3500, AL 3530, AL 3610, AL 3620, AL 3760 and one of the following: AL 3710, AL 3720, AL 3730, AL 3740, AL 3750 or AL 3770. Students must complete a coaching internship or athletic administrative internship (AL 4000) with the approval of the Athletic Leadership Coordinator. NOTE: This minor is not open to Marketing majors.

      Summer I

      AL 3490      Principles of Coaching (3 cr) AL requirement
      AL 3500      Scientific Basis of Coaching I: Exercise Physiology (3 cr) AL requirement
      AL 3620      Psychology of Coaching (3 cr) AL requirement
      AL 3740      Coaching Football (1 cr) AL requirement for coaching elective 
      AL 4380      Officiating in AL (3 cr) AL elective, not a requirement for minor

      Summer II

      AL 3530      Theory of Prevention & Treatment of Athletic Injuries (3 cr) AL requirement
      AL 3760      Coaching Strength & Conditioning (1 cr) AL requirement
      AL 4380      Coaching Bowling & Golf (1 cr) AL requirement for coaching elective
      AL 4490      Athletes Beliefs (3 cr) AL elective, not a requirement for minor

      *Note- AL 4000 Internship is offered as well but they must be concurrently enrolled in one other Clemson University course to enroll, as it is 0 credits. We also work with the students to support their internship experience. It is generally for students who are enrolled during summer while taking other classes to complete this minor requirement prior to August graduation. 

    2. Summer Options for Education Majors

      Early Childhood Education (12-13 Credit Hours)

      Summer I (Select 6-7 Credit Hours)

      Arts & Humanities LIT (3 cr)
      Arts & Humanities NONL (3 cr)
      COMM 1500 or 2500 (3 cr)
      EDF 4800 / 4801 (3 cr)
      MATH 1150 (3 cr)
      Modern Language (3 cr)
      NSWL (Biology and/or physical) (4 cr)

      Summer II (Select 6-7 Credit Hours)

      Arts & Humanities LIT (3 cr)
      Arts & Humanities NONL (3 cr)
      COMM 1500 or 2500 (3 cr)
      MATH 1160 (3 cr)
      Modern Language (3 cr)
      NSWL (Biology and/or physical) (4 cr)

      Elementary Education (12 Credit Hours)

      Summer I (Select Two Courses- 6 Credit Hours)

      Arts & Humanities LIT (3 cr)
      Arts & Humanities NONL (3 cr)
      COMM 1500 or 2500 (3 cr)
      EDF 4800 / 4801 (3 cr)
      MATH 1150 (3 cr)
      Modern Language (3 cr)

      Summer II (Select Two Courses- 6 Credit Hours)

      Arts & Humanities LIT (3 cr)
      Arts & Humanities NONL (3 cr)
      COMM 1500 or 2500 (3 cr)
      MATH 1160 (3 cr)
      Modern Language (3 cr)

      Special Education (12 Credit Hours)

      Summer I (Select Two Courses- 6 Credit Hours)

      Arts & Humanities LIT (3 cr)
      Arts & Humanities NONL (3 cr)
      COMM 1500 or 2500 (3 cr)
      EDF 4800/4801 (3 cr)
      GEOG 1030 (3 cr)
      HIST 1240 (3 cr)
      MATH 1150 (3 cr)
      Modern Languages (3 cr)

      Summer II (Select Two Courses- 6 Credit Hours)

      Arts & Humanities LIT (3 cr)
      Arts & Humanities NONL (3 cr)
      COMM 1500 or 2500 (3 cr)
      GEOG 1030 (3 cr)
      HIST 1240 (3 cr)
      MATH 1160 (3 cr)
      Modern Languages (3 cr)

      Secondary English (12 Credit Hours)

      Summer I (Select Two Courses- 6 Credit Hours)

      Arts & Humanities LIT (3 cr)
      Arts & Humanities NONL (3 cr)
      COMM 1500 or 2500 (3 cr)
      ENGL 1030 (3 cr)
      ENSP 2000 (3 cr)
      HIST 1720 (3 cr)
      HIST 1730 (3 cr)
      Modern Languages (3 cr)

      Summer II (Select Two Courses- 6 Credit Hours)

      Arts & Humanities LIT (3 cr)
      Arts & Humanities NONL (3 cr)
      COMM 1500 or 2500 (3 cr)
      ENSP 2000 (3 cr)
      HIST 1720 (3 cr)
      HIST 1730 (3 cr)
      HIST 3630 (3 cr)
      Modern Languages (3 cr)

      Secondary Math (12-13 Credit Hours)

      Summer I (Select 6-7 Credit Hours)

      Arts & Humanities LIT (3 cr)
      COMM 1500 or 2500 (3 cr)
      ECON 2000 (3 cr)
      ENGL 1030 (3 cr)
      MATH 1060 (4 cr)
      MATH 1080 (4 cr)
      MATH 2060 (4 cr)
      MATH 2080 (4 cr)
      Modern Languages (3 cr)
      PHIL 1020 (3 cr)
      PHYS 1220/1240 (3 cr/1 cr)
      PHYS 2210 (3 cr-BS Degree Only)

      Summer II (Select 6-7 Credit Hours)

      Arts & Humanities LIT (3 cr)
      COMM 1500 or 2500 (3 cr)
      MATH 1060 (4 cr)
      MATH 1080 (4 cr)
      MATH 2060 (4 cr)
      MATH 2080 (4 cr)
      Modern Languages (3 cr)
      PHIL 1020 (3 cr)
      PHYS 1220/1240 (3 cr/1 cr)
      PHYS 2210 (3 cr-BS Degree Only)

      Secondary Social Studies (12 Credit Hours)

      Summer I (Select Two Courses- 6 Credit Hours)

      Arts & Humanities LIT (3 cr)
      Arts & Humanities NONL (3 cr)
      ECON 2000 (3 cr)
      ENGL 1030 (3 cr)
      ENSP 2000 (3 cr)
      GEOG 1030 (3 cr)
      HIST 1010 (3 cr)
      HIST 1020 (3 cr)
      HIST 1720 (3 cr)
      HIST 1730 (3 cr)
      Modern Languages (3 cr)
      PSYC 2010 (3 cr)

      Summer II (Select Two Courses- 6 Credit Hours)

      Arts & Humanities LIT (3 cr)
      Arts & Humanities NONL (3 cr)
      ENSP 2000 (3 cr)
      GEOG 1030 (3 cr)
      HIST 1010 (3 cr)
      HIST 1020 (3 cr)
      HIST 1720 (3 cr)
      HIST 1730 (3 cr)
      Modern Languages (3 cr)
      PSYC 2010 (3 cr)

      Secondary Science (12-13 Credit Hours)

      Summer I (Select 6-7 Credit Hours)

      Arts & Humanities LIT (3 cr)
      Arts & Humanities NONL (3 cr)
      BCHM 3050 (3cr-Biology Majors Only)
      BIOL 1030/1050 (3 cr/1 cr)
      BIOL 4610 (3cr-Biology Majors Only)
      CH 1010 (4 cr)
      CH 2010 (3 cr-Biology Majors Only)
      COMM 1500 or 2500 (3 cr)
      ENGL 1030 (3 cr)
      GEOG 1030 (3 cr)
      HIST 1240 (3 cr)
      Modern Languages (3 cr)
      PHYS 1220/1240 (3cr/1cr-Physics and Chemistry Majors Only)
      PHYS 2070/2090 (3 cr/1cr-Biology Majors Only)
      PHYS 2210 (3 cr-Physics and Chemistry Majors Only)

      Summer II (Select 6-7 Credit Hours)

      Arts & Humanities LIT (3 cr)
      Arts & Humanities NONL (3 cr)
      BCHM 3050 (3cr-Biology Majors Only)
      BIOL 1040/1060 (3 cr/1 cr)
      BIOL 4610 (3cr-Biology Majors Only)
      CH 1020 (4 cr)
      COMM 1500 or 2500 (3 cr)
      GEOG 1030 (3 cr)
      HIST 1240 (3 cr)
      Modern Languages (3 cr)
      PHYS 1220/1240 (3cr/1cr-Physics and Chemistry Majors Only)
      PHYS 2070/2090 (3 cr/1cr-Biology Majors Only)
      PHYS 2210 (3 cr-Physics and Chemistry Majors Only)

  • College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences
    1. Bioengineering

      Biomaterials Concentration

      Sophomore Example

      Summer I
      BIOE 2010     Introduction to Biomedical Engineering (3 cr)
      MATH 2060   Calculus of Several Variables (4 cr) or MATH 2080 Differential Equations (4 cr)

      Summer II
      ECE 2070       Basic Electrical Engineering (2 cr)
      PHYS 2210    Physics with Calculus II (3 cr)

      Junior Example

      Summer I
      BCHM 3050   Essential Elements of Biochemistry (3 cr)

      Mini-B
      BIOE 4820      Biomaterial Implantology (3 cr)

      Summer II
      BIOE 3200      Biomechanics (3 cr)
      BIOE 4500      Stem Cell Science and Engineering (3 cr)

      Bioelectrical Concentration

      Sophomore Example

      Summer I
      BIOE 2010      Introduction to Biomedical Engineering (3 cr)
      MATH 2060   Calculus of Several Variables (4 cr) or MATH 2080 Differential Equations (4 cr)

      Summer II
      ECE 2010       Logic and Computing Devices (3 cr)
      PHYS 2210    Physics with Calculus II (3 cr)

      Junior Example

      Summer I
      ECE 3200      Electronics I (3 cr)
      ECE 3300      Signals, Systems, and Transforms (3 cr)

      Summer II
      BCHM 3050  Essential Elements of Biochemistry (3 cr)
      BIOE 3200    Biomechanics (3 cr)

    2. Civil Engineering

      Sophomore Example 1

      Summer I
      CE 2010         Statics (3 cr)
      MATH 2060  Calculus of Several Variables (4 cr)

      Summer II
      CE 2080         Dynamics (2 cr)
      Gen Ed (3 cr)

      Sophomore Example 2

      Summer I
      CE 2060         Structural Mechanics (4 cr)
      CE 2080         Dynamics (2 cr)

      Summer II

      COMM 2500   Public Speaking (3 cr)
      MATH 2080    Differential Equations (4 cr) or Gen Ed (3 cr)

      Junior Example 1

      Summer I
      CE 4900         Introduction to Fluid Mechanics (3 cr)
      CE 4900         Geotechnical Engineering (3 cr)

      Summer II
      CE 3420        Applied Hydraulics and Hydrology (3 cr)
      CE 4210        Geotechnical Engineering Design (3 cr)

      Junior Example 2

      Summer I
      CE 3110      Transportation Engineering Planning and Design (3 cr)
      CE 4900      Geotechnical Engineering (3 cr)

      Summer II
      CE 3420      Applied Hydraulics and Hydrology (3 cr)
      CE 4210      Geotechnical Engineering Design (3 cr)

      Senior Example 1

      Summer I
      CE 4060      Structural Steel Design (3 cr)
      CE 4910      Sustainable Construction Materials (3 cr)

      Summer II
      CE 4210      Geotechnical Engineering Design (3 cr)
      ENGL 3140 Technical Writing (3 cr)

      Senior Example 2

      Summer I
      CE 4910       Sustainable Construction Materials (3 cr)
      ENGL 3140 Technical Writing (3 cr)

      Summer II
      CE 4210      Geotechnical Engineering Design (3 cr)
      Gen Ed (3 cr)

    3. Computer Science

      Sophomore Example

      Summer I
      CPSC 2150      Software Development Foundations (3 cr)
      MATH 3110    Linear Algebra (3 cr)

      Summer II
      CPSC 2310      Introduction to Computer Organization (4 cr)
      Gen Ed (3 cr)

      Junior/Senior Example 1

      Long Summer (Select 4 Courses)
      CPSC 3220      Introduction to Operating Systems (3 cr)
      CPSC 3600      Networks and Network Programming (3 cr)
      CPSC 4140      Human and Computer Interaction (3 cr)
      CPSC 4720      Software Development Methodology (3 cr)
      CPSC 4780      General Purpose Computation on Graphical Processing Units (3 cr)
      CPSC 4820      Programming with Currency (3 cr)

      Junior/Senior Example 2

      Summer I
      CPSC 4440      Cloud Computing Architecture (3 cr)

      Summer II
      CPSC 3520      Programming Systems (3 cr)

      Long Summer
      Choose 2 from Example 1

  • College of Science
    1. Summer I
      BCHM 3010      Molecular Biochemistry (3 cr)
      BCHM 3050     Essential Elements of Biochemistry (3 cr)
      PHYS 1240        Physics Laboratory I (1 cr)

    2. Summer II
      BCHM 3010     Molecular Biochemistry (3 cr)
      BCHM 3050      Essential Elements of Biochemistry (3 cr)
      BCHM 4900     Medical Terminology (2 cr)
      BCHM 4900     ADME: A Drug's Life (3 cr)
      GEN 4900         Medical Terminology (2 cr)
      PHYS 1240       Physics Laboratory I (1 cr)
      PHYS 1800       Physics of Sports (3 cr)

    3. Long Summer
      CH 2010           Survey of Organic Chemistry (3 cr)

    Students who are interested in specific summer session course sequences in the College of Science should contact Adam Hunter (hunter3@clemson.edu).

     

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