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Aix Summer Courses

The Summer 2020 course schedule will be posted on January 17, 2020.
The 2019 course schedule is being provided for reference.

Summer 2019 Course Schedule

Session 2020 Dates Duration # of Courses chosen from Session(s) Credit Load
Internship May 23 - July 19 8 weeks 2 courses 6
 A  June 6 - July 19 6 weeks 2-3 courses from sessions:
A, A+B, A+C, B+C, or A+B+C
6 or 9
B June 6 - June 27 3 weeks 1 course from session B 3
C June 27 - July 19 3 weeks 1 course from session C 3

  Internship Session A Session B Session C
 Arrival Saturday, May 23 Saturday, June 6 Saturday, June 6 Saturday, June 27
 Orientation Monday, June 8
Monday, June 8 Monday, June 8 Monday, June 29
 Classes Begin Tuesday, June 9 Tuesday, June 9 Tuesday, June 9 Tuesday, June 30
Orientation Day-Trip Friday, June 12 Friday, June 12 Friday, June 12 Friday, July 3
 Final Exams  Friday, July 17 Friday, July 17 Friday, June 26 Friday, July 17
 Departure Sunday, July 19 Sunday, July 19 Saturday, June 27 Sunday, July 19

Step-by-Step Course Guide

1. Select your program

School of Humanities & Social Science: Session A, Session B or Session C
Marchutz School of Fine Arts: Session A
French Honors Program: Session A

2. Review the course schedule

When available, use the Summer 2020 Course Schedule (will post on January 17, 2020) to choose your courses. The document is regularly updated with any changes to course offerings or schedules.

Click here to access the available summer syllabi. It is important to consult with your study abroad advisor to confirm course approvals at your home institution.

All summer courses taught in Aix and are 3 units each (45 contact hours) unless otherwise specified. If a course is needed for major, minor, or core credit, students are encouraged to contact Courses may also be offered as seminars for students to fulfill specific requirements. 

Courses with an FRE title are conducted in French, some of which are cross-listed with non-French disciplines.  300 level French courses or higher require that students have completed FRE 202 or the equivalent prior to enrollment.

3. Select your courses in the online application

Log into your student portal and select your preferred schedule from the drop-down lists in section 4 of the online application. Email with any questions or if you are unable to add your courses through the portal.

Please note:

  • Courses are due by the April 1st application deadline
  • Course change requests are due within 2 weeks of the application deadline
  • All other change requests can be completed on-site during the add/drop period