Undergraduate
Graduate
Faculty
Course Descriptions
Course Schedule
Academic Calendar
Library
Study Abroad
Internships
Grants & Special Programs
» Summer Session
Course Descriptions
 • Undergraduate
 • Graduate
January Term

Home > Academics >
Summer Session

SUMMER 2014


Undergraduate Courses | Graduate Courses


Everyone interested in enrolling in a course needs to first email the instructor for permission; let the instructor know whether you are planning to take the course for credit or audit. Click on any course title below for further information about the course and links to instructor email addresses.

Undergraduate Courses

ANTH 180-CRN 10024-ST Field Anthropology of the Bay Area
ARTH 180-CRN 10019-ST Myths and Mysteries of Ancient Art
ARTS 180-CRN 10038 Contemporary Art Ecosystem
CS 062-CRN 10020 Contemporary Computing
ECON 115-CRN 10011 Magagerial Accounting
EDUC 180, Section 1-CRN 10026 Dilemmas of Difference About Race, Class, Language, Gender, and Culture in Schools
EDUC 180, Section 2-CRN 10028 Child Life: Children and Families in Health Care Environments
EDUC 180, Section e-CRN 10030 Research Seminar in Child Development: Cross-Cultural and Interdisciplinary Perspectives
ENG 180, Section 1-CRN 10002-ST Grammar Camp for Academics
ENG 180, Section 2-CRN 10003-ST Creative Writing Bootcamp
ENG 180, Section 3-CRN 10004-ST New Playwright's Workshop
ENG 180, Section 4-CRN 10005-ST Americans in Paris
ENG 180, Section 5-CRN 10007-ST Queer and Trans Writers
ETHS 180, Section 1-CRN 10017-ST Apocalypse Trauma Survival
ETHS 180, Section 2-CRN 10018-ST Arab Americans Diaspora Fm
ICL 180-CRN 10041 Mentorship for Social Change
LET 180-CRN 10040 Luso-African Diaspora and Cultural Production
PHIL 125-CRN 10037 Philosophy of Law


Graduate Courses

EDUC 280, Section 1-CRN 10017 Dilemmas of Difference About Race, Class, Language, Gender, and Culture in Schools
EDUC 280, Section 2-CRN 10029 Child Life: Children and Families in Health Care Environments
EDUC 280, Section e-CRN 10031 Research Seminar in Child Development: Cross-Cultural and Interdisciplinary Perspectives
EDUC 240/440-CRN 10032/CRN 10033 Hip Hop Pedagogy
EDUC 418A/418B-CRN 10034/CRN 10035 Administrative Field Experience
EDUC 425-CRN 10036 Introduction to Research Design
ENG 280, Section 4-CRN 10006-ST Americans in Paris
ENG 280, Section 5-CRN 10008-ST Queer and Trans Writers
MGMT 215-CRN 10010 Managerial Accounting
MGMT 216-CRN 10012 Corporate Finance I
MGMT 280, Section 1-CRN 10013-ST Gender and Leadership
MGMT 280, Section 2-CRN 10014-ST International Busines Consulting

Mills College reserves the right to cancel courses with low enrollment. Registered students will be notified of cancellations on or about May 2, 2014.

 

Last Updated: 4/21/14