Mills College is pleased to launch the summer session with courses open to Mills undergraduate and graduate students, admitted fall students, students from other institutions, alumnae/i, and the general public.
Undergraduate courses are open to current Mills undergraduate students and all self-identified women. Courses designated for undergraduate and graduate level are open to graduate students of all genders. Mills continuing students’ online registration for the summer session begins Wednesday, March 12, 2014.
Students entering Mills in Fall 2014 who are interested in taking a course during the summer 2014 session will complete a special student registration form. Please submit this form by March 12 for priority consideration. The final pre-registration deadline is April 1, 2014 at 4:00 pm.
Students from other institutions wishing to cross register at Mills during the Summer 2013 term, please complete a special student registration form. Please submit this form no later than April 1, 2014 at 4:00 pm.
Enrollment (no credit): Auditors (including Mills alumnae auditors) wishing to register for the 2014 Summer session, please complete the Alumnae/Auditor special registration form. Please submit this form by fax—510.430.2003; scanned and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org; mailed; OR dropped off in person at the M Center, Carnegie Hall, 5000 MacArthur Blvd, no later than April 16, 2014 at 4:00 pm.
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.
ANTH 180: Field Anthropology of the Bay Area
ARTH 180: Myths and Mysteries of Ancient Art
ARTS 180: Contemporary Art Ecosystem
CS 062: Contemporary Computing
ECON 115: Managerial Accounting
EDUC 180/280: Dilemmas of Difference About Race, Class, Language, Gender, and Culture in Schools
EDUC 180/280:Child Life: Children & Families in Health Care Environments
EDUC 180/280, Research Seminar in Child Development: Cross-Cultural and Interdisciplinary Perspectives
EDUC 240/440: Hip Hop Pedagogy
EDUC 418A/418B: Administrative Field Experience
EDUC 425: Introduction to Research Design
ENG 180, Section 1: Grammar Camp for Academic
ENG 180, Section 2: Creative Writing Bootcamp
ENG 180, Section 3: New Playwright's Workshop
ENG 180/280, Section 4: Americans in Paris
ENG 180/280, Section 5: Queer and Trans Writers
ETHS 180, Section 1: Apocalypse Trauma Survival
ETHS 180, Section 2: Arab Americans Diaspora Fm
ICL 180: Mentorship for Social Change
LET 180: Luso-African Diaspora and Cultural Production
MATH 048: Calculus II
MATH 048L: Calculus II Workshop
MGMT 215: Managerial Accounting
MGMT 216: Corporate Finance I
MGMT 280, Section 1: Gender and Leadership
MGMT 280, Section 2: International Business Consulting
MGMT 280, Section 3: Global Entrepreneurship
MGMT 280, Section 4: International Market Entry Strategy
PHIL 125: Philosophy of Law
WGSS 180: Queer Arts and Community
Tuition and fees: $2,500 per Mills course credit
Payment for courses: After you are enrolled, you will be billed for the course.
Mills College reserves the right to cancel courses with low enrollment. Registered students will be notified of cancellations on or about April 4, 2014.