Mills College is pleased to launch a new summer session with an eclectic mix of courses for credit and audit. These courses are open to Mills undergraduate and graduate students, alumnae/i, and the general public.
Undergraduate courses are open to women. Graduate courses are open to women and to men.
Entering graduate students for Fall 2013 who are interested in taking a course during the Summer 2013 term, please complete the Special Student Summer 2013 Registration form. Please submit this form by April 17, 2013 for priority consideration. The final registration deadline is May 20.
Students from other institutions wishing to cross register at Mills during the Summer 2013 term, please complete the Summer 2013 Cross Registration form. Please submit this form no later than May 20.
Summer Session Services (136k, pdf)
Courses numbered below 200 are undergraduate-level courses; those numbered above 200 are graduate-level courses; those in the 400s are for doctoral students. Courses with two numbers are appropriate for both levels indicated.
CHEM 017 and CHEM 017L - General Chemistry I with Lab
CHEM 018 and CHEM 018L - General Chemistry II with Lab (July 6 - August 27)
ECON 073/MGMT 214 – Financial Accounting
EDUC 180/280 - Research Seminar in Child Development: Cross-Cultural and Interdisciplinary Perspectives
EDUC 180B/280B - Studying Diaries
EDUC 240/440 - Hip Hop Pedagogy
EDUC 265 - Child Development for Educational Leadership
EDUC 425 - Introduction to Research Design
ENG 180/280X - Banned Books: Reading the “Indecent,” “Objectionable,” and “Obscene”
ENG 180C - Summer Grammar Camp for Academic Writers
ETHS 180A/280A - Vampires, Monsters, and Saviors: Race and Sex In Literature and Popular Culture
ETHS 180B/280B - Race, Gender, and the Internet
MGMT 201 - Macroeconomic Theory
MGMT 214/ECON 073 - Financial Accounting
MGMT 216 - Corporate Finance
MGMT 280B - Gender and Leadership
MGMT ESC-PAU Study Abroad Program in Southern France
MGMT 280C - Global Business through the Lens of Entrepreneurship
MGMT 280D - International Strategy Entry Modes
MGMT 280E - Project Management
MGMT 280F - Strategic Management
PSYC 180 - The Science of Intimate Relationships
Tuition and fees: $2,000 per Mills course credit plus $82 in general fees.
Credits are given as Mills course credits. For external students, one Mills credit will usually transfer to another college as 3 semester hours.
Auditors pay $750 plus $82 in general fees. Mills alumnae pay $285 to audit (which includes general fees). Those who have a degree-in-progress at Mills and who are admitted for the fall 2013 term are not eligible for the alumnae rate. Unless otherwise required by the instructor, auditors (including alumnae auditors) do not participate in class work or take examinations. Auditors do not receive credit and they may not subsequently request to receive credit by examination. Mills does not provide transcripts for auditors.
Course registration (for credit): Registration is from Monday, April 8, 2013, to May 20, 2013. For non-Mills students wanting to enroll in a course for credit, please use the "Special Student Summer 2013 Registration form" or the "Summer 2013 Cross Registration form" above.
Enrollment (no credit): Auditors (including alumnae auditors) may enroll in summer courses from Monday, April 22, 2013, to May 17, 2013, at 4:00 pm by completing the Summer Alumnae Auditor form.
Payment for courses: After you are enrolled, you will be billed for the course.
Mills College reserves the right to cancel any course if fewer than 10 students are taking the course for credit.
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 above for further information about the course and links to instructor email addresses.