Maymester 2018 Courses

The College of Arts and Sciences is offering a wide range of courses during the Maymester term. Current sections are listed below, but you can visit the university course schedule site for additional information.

  • AAS 2010 Introduction to African-American Studies. (MTWRF 1100-1320 CLSO 408) May session.
  • AAS 4625 Atlanta and Black Culture. (MTWRF 1345-1605 CLSO 107) May session.
  • AAS 4970 Topics in African-American Studies. (MTWRF 1100-1320 LANGDL 231) May Session. Cross-listed with Soci 3220.
  • AL 2021 Introduction to English Linguistics. (MTWRF 1100-1320 CLSO 326)
  • AL 8480 Classroom Practices in Teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language. (MTWRF 1345-1605 SPARKS 320) May Session. Crosslisted with AL 4161.
  • ANTH 2020 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology. (MTWRF 1130-1320 CLSO 205) May session.
  • ANTH 3100 Sex, Culture, and Sexuality. (MTWRF 1345-1605 CLSO 505) May Session. Crosslisted with Anth 6980.
  • ANTH 6980 Selected Topics. (MTWRF 1345-1605 CLSO 505) Sex, Culture, and Sexuality. Crosslisted with Anth 3100.
  • ANTH 8010 Qualitative Methods in Anthropology. (MTWRF 1130-1320 LANGDL 303) May session. Seminar in Applied Anthropology. Crosslisted with GloS 8990.
  • BIOL 3020 Introduction to Marine Biology. (MTWRF 1100-1320 LANGDL 229)
  • BIOL 3800 Molecular Cell Biology. (MTWRF 1100-1320 CLSO 301) May Session.
  • BIOL 3840 Animal Biology. (MTWRF 1100-1320 CLSO 101) May session. Crosslisted with Biol 7840.
  • BIOL 3880 Microbiology. (MTWRF 1345-1605 LANGDL 305) May Session. Crosslisted with Biol 7880.
  • BIOL 4282 Tumor Immunology. (MTWRF 1200-1510 CLSO 325)
  • BIOL 4564 Advanced Genetics. (MTWRF 1200-1510 CLSO 409) May Session. Crosslisted with Biol 6564.
  • BIOL 4910 Undergraduate Research in Biology. (See GoSolar for times) May Session.
  • BIOL 4930 Topics in Biology. (MTWRF 1200-1510 CLSO 309) May session. Brain Injury and Repair. From the NFL’s $765 million settlement over concussion-related brain injuries to botulinum toxin type A (Botox®) injections for treatment of uncontrollable muscle spasms resulting from nervous system injury, we’ll exa
  • BIOL 6564 Advanced Genetics. (MTWRF 1200-1510 CLSO 409) May Session. Crosslisted with Biol 4564.
  • BIOL 6915 Collaborative Internships in Biology. ( – NAPPL ) May Session.
  • BIOL 7840 Animal Biology. (MTWRF 1100-1320 CLSO 101) May session. Crosslisted with Biol 3840.
  • BIOL 7880 Microbiology. (MTWRF 1345-1605 LANGDL 305) May Session. Crosslisted with Biol 3880.
  • CHEM 4160 Chemistry Laboratory IVA-CTW. (See GoSolar for times) May Session.
  • CHEM 4170 Chemical Laboratory IVB. (See GoSolar for times) May session.
  • CHEM 4950 Chemical Research. (See GoSolar for times) May Session.
  • ENGL 3135 Visual Rhetoric. (MTWRF 1345-1605 URBAN 302C) May session. Crosslisted with Engl 8900.
  • ENGL 3150A Introduction to Creative Writing – Poetry. (MTWRF 1630-1850 CLSO 208) May session. The first workshop in the four-class Creative Writing Poetry sequence. A workshop & seminar focused on foundation of poetry writing. Creative and critical assignments lead to a final creative project. (This class is the prerequisite for Engl
  • ENGL 3885 Contemporary Literature. (MTWRF 1345-1605 COE 180) May Session. Studying Three Masters of Contemporary Literature: August Wilson, Nadine Gordimer, and Derek Walcott. Crosslisted with Engl 8900.
  • ENGL 4110 Chaucer. (MTWRF 1100-1320 ADHOLD 332) May Session. Forging a Life in Medieval England. Servant, soldier, prisoner, courier, diplomat: Geoffrey Chaucer’s poetry emerges from a youth spent moving in the most important circles of his day—never in the spotlight, always in the background—before he
  • ENGL 8810 American Poetry of the Twentieth Century. (MTWRF 1630-1850 25PP 2325) Literary Studies, Creative Writing, and TEEMS students invited to savor the writings of twentieth and twenty-first century American poets with options to fit individual programs–from T.S. Eliot and Langston Hughes to e.e. cummings and William Carlos Will
  • ENGL 8840 American Realism and Naturalism, 1865-1914. ( – NAPPL ) May Session. Literary Atlanta Field School at the Wren’s Nest. Crosslisted with Engl 4030.
  • ENGL 8900 Topics in English. (MTWRF 1345-1605 COE 180) May Session. Studying Three Masters of Contemporary Literature: August Wilson, Nadine Gordimer, and Derek Walcott. Crosslisted with Engl 3885
  • ENGL 8900 Topics in English. (MTWRF 1345-1605 URBAN 302C) Visual Rhetoric introduces current theories and practices for visual rhetoric, visual communication, and digital media production. Students will examine visual compositions as independent of other modes of discourse as well as explore the ways that visual
  • GEOG 1101 Introduction to Human Geography. (MTWRF 1100-1320 CLSO 107) May session.
  • GEOG 1112K Introduction to Weather and Climate. (MTWRF 1100-1320 ADHOLD 106) May Session.
  • GEOG 1112K Introduction to Weather and Climate. (MTWRF 1100-1320 ADHOLD 106) May Session.
  • GEOG 1113K Introduction to Landforms. (MTWRF 1100-1320 ADHOLD 12) May Session.
  • GEOG 1113K Introduction to Landforms. (MTWRF 1100-1320 ADHOLD 12) May Session.
  • GEOL 2001 Geologic Resources and the Environment. (MTWRF 1100-1320 LANGDL 327) May session.
  • GEOL 4097 Topics in Geological Sciences. (See GoSolar for times) May Session.
  • GEOS 6097 Topics in Geographical Sciences. (See GoSolar for times) May Session. Crosslisted with Geol 4097.
  • GERO 4610 Psychology of Aging. (MTWRF 1100-1320 CLSO 306) May Session. Crosslisted with Psyc 4610.
  • GLOS 4650 Special Topics in Global Studies. (MTWRF 1100-1320 ARTS 330) “Politics, Housing and the State”: A look at the Making of the Urban South. Cross-listed with Soci 8160 and Soci 3160.
  • GLOS 4650 Special Topics in Global Studies. (MTWRF 1100-1320 LANGDL 631) Urban Sociology. Crosslisted with Soci 4226.
  • GLOS 8990 Topics in International Development Methods. (MTWRF 1130-1320 LANGDL 303) May session. Crosslisted with Anth 8010.
  • HIST 1112 Survey of World History since 1500. (MTWRF 1100-1320 LANGDL 421) May Session
  • HIST 2110 Survey of United States History. (MTWRF 0800-1020 LANGDL 421) May Session.
  • HIST 4490 Topics in American History. (MTWRF 1345-1605 LANGDL 421) 1960s.
  • JOUR 2500 Foundations of Media Research. (MTWRF 1100-1320 LANGDL 227) May Session.
  • JOUR 3010 Advanced Media Writing. (TWR 1100-1320 LANGDL 105) Hybrid course. May Session.
  • JOUR 4900 Selected Topics. ( – NAPPL ) May Session. Consent of instructor required.
  • MATH 1070 Elementary Statistics. (MTWRF 1345-1605 CLSO 100) May Session.
  • MATH 1070 Elementary Statistics. (MTWRF 1630-1850 LANGDL 518) May Session.
  • MATH 1101 Introduction to Mathematical Modeling. (MTWRF 1100-1320 LANGDL 301) May Session.
  • MATH 1111 College Algebra. (MTWRF 1100-1320 CLSO 226) May Session. Not suitable for students needing Math 0999.
  • MATH 1113 Precalculus. (MTWRF 0800-1020 CLSO 100) May Session.
  • MATH 2211 Calculus of One Variable I. (MTWRF 0900-1040 LANGDL 229) May Session. Meets 2 times per day.
  • MATH 2212 Calculus of One Variable II. (MTWRF 0900-1040 LANGDL 231) May Session. Meets 2 times per day.
  • NEUR 4910 Topics in Neuroscience. (MTWRF 1200-1510 CLSO 309) May session. Description: Brain Injury and Repair. From the NFL’s $765 million settlement over concussion-related brain injuries to botulinum toxin type A (Botox®) injections for treatment of uncontrollable muscle spasms resulting from nervous system inj
  • NEUR 4980 Undergraduate Research in Neuroscience. (MTWRF 0900-1200 KELL 204) Advanced crustacean neuroscience laboratory. Students will work in groups on specific questions of significance in crustacean neuroscience, generating real data for this field. This course builds off of students previous undergraduate laboratory experienc
  • NEUR 4980 Undergraduate Research in Neuroscience. (MTWRF 0900-1200 KELL 204) Advanced crustacean neuroscience laboratory. Students will work in groups on specific questions of significance in crustacean neuroscience, generating real data for this field. This course builds off of students previous undergraduate laboratory experienc
  • POLS 1101 Introduction to American Government. ( – ONLINE ) Online section. May session.
  • POLS 2401 Global Issues. (ONLINE ) Online course. May session.
  • POLS 4940 Internships. (M 1100-1320 NAPPL ) May session. Refugee & Migration Field Seminar. This class will meet once a week in Langdale Hall 1081 on Monday 11:00am-1:20pm. Schedule for each student varies.
  • PSYC 4100 Cognitive Psychology. (MTWRF 1100-1320 CLSO 327) May Session.
  • PSYC 4400 Psychology of the Atypical Child. (MTWRF 1345-1605 LANGDL 229) May Session.
  • PSYC 4610 Psychology of Aging. (MTWRF 1100-1320 CLSO 306) May Session. Crosslisted with Gero 4610.
  • PSYC 8520 Cognitive, Affective, and Social Aspects of Behavior. (MTWRF 1345-1605 CLSO 326) May session.
  • PSYC 9900 Seminar in Psychology. (See GoSolar for times) May Session. Building foundational clinical skills.
  • RELS 4890 Religion On-site in Atlanta. (MTWRF 1100-1320 SPARKS 309) Crosslisted with RelS 6890.
  • RELS 4890 Religion On-site in Atlanta. (MTWRF 1100-1320 SPARKS 309) Crosslisted with RelS 6890.
  • RELS 6890 Religion On-site in Atlanta. (MTWRF 1100-1320 SPARKS 309) Crosslisted with RelS 4890.
  • SCOM 1000 Human Communication. (TWR 1200-1330 ADHOLD 231) May Session. Hybrid course.
  • SCOM 2050 Media, Culture, and Society. (MTWRF 1345-1605 ADHOLD 206) May Session.
  • SCOM 4400 Development of Communication and Language Across the Lifespan. (MTW 1100-1320 CLSO 410) May session. Hybrid course.
  • SOCI 3030 Sociological Theory. (ONLINE ) Online. May Session.
  • SOCI 3101 Families and Society. (MTWRF 1100-1320 SPARKS 427) May Session.
  • SOCI 3156 Sexuality and Society. (MTWRF 1345-1605 LANGDL 317) May Session. Crosslisted with WGSS 3150.
  • SOCI 3160 Sociological Domestic Field School. (MTWRF 1100-1320 ARTS 330) “Politics, Housing and the State”: A look at the Making of the Urban South. Cross-listed with Soci 8160 and Glos 4650.
  • SOCI 3160 Sociological Domestic Field School. (MTWRF 1100-1320 TBA ) Maymester. Hybrid. Cross-listed with Soci 8160. Course will meet on campus during the first week of class. Please see instructor for more details.
  • SOCI 3212 Race and Ethnic Relations. (MTWRF 1630-1850 LANGDL 315) May Session.
  • SOCI 3220 Activism, Protest, and Revolution. (MTWRF 1100-1320 LANGDL 231) May Session. Cross-listed with AAS 4970.
  • SOCI 3390 Selected Topics. (MTWRF 0800-1020 LANGDL 315)
  • SOCI 4226 Urban Sociology. (MTWRF 1100-1320 LANGDL 631) Cross-listed with Glos 4650.
  • SOCI 8160 Sociological Domestic Field School. (MTWRF 1100-1320 ARTS 330) “Politics, Housing and the State”: A look at the Making of the Urban South. Cross-listed with Soci 3160 and Glos 4650.
  • SOCI 8160 Sociological Domestic Field School. (MTWRF 1100-1320 TBA ) Maymester. Hybrid. Cross-listed with Soci 3160. Course will meet on campus during the first week of class. Please see instructor for more details.
  • WGSS 2010 Introduction to Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies. (MTWRF 1100-1320 CLSO 104) May Session.
  • WGSS 3150 Sexuality and Society. (MTWRF 1345-1605 LANGDL 317) May Session. Crosslisted with Soci 3156.