Available Courses

Available Courses for Summer 2022

We offer our most popular courses, and you will receive priority placement as part of Summer Scholars. 


June 20 - July 31, 2022
Course Title Description Credits
FNS 226 - Intro to First Nation Studies: Social Justice This introductory course in First Nations Studies will examine the impact of European and American political, economic, and social systems upon American Indian nations in the U.S. 3
HISTORY 206 - U.S. History from 1865-Present This course explores the history of the United States since 1865, with attention to politics, society, economy, and culture. Likely topics to be considered include: the African-American freedom struggle during Reconstruction and the Jim Crow era; the conquest of the trans-Mississippi west; industrialization and labor conflict; immigration; the expansion of American military and economic power around the world, including participation in the First World War, the Second World War, and the global Cold War; the growth of state power; urbanization and suburbanization; feminism, women's rights, civil rights, and other social movements; and the rise of conservatism since the 1970s. 3
POL SCI 100 - Global Politics & Society The course explores political power and human connections on a global scale. The course covers concepts and ideas on the interaction of governments, organizations, and peoples across regions, cultures, and communities. The course helps students develop a global outlook on their future prospects as citizens and professionals in a globalized world. 3
SOCIOL 101 - Intro to Sociology Major sociological concepts and ideas and their application to contemporary societies. 3
WATER 201 - Introduction to Water Science Water Science is the interdisciplinary study of water and its interaction with solids, liquids, gases, and organisms in various Earth systems. Water is essential to life, and it plays a critical role in nearly every natural process in Earth’s lithosphere, atmosphere, hydrosphere, biosphere, and cryosphere. The world faces significant challenges regarding water quantity, quality, and ecological function that are expected to worsen during the 21st century. It is rare to find a real-world system in which water does not play a significant role. 3
WATER 202 - Introduction to Water Science Lab Optional laboratory course to accompany WATER 201 Introduction to Water Science

Requirement: Students cannot take this lab without the accompanying lecture; students must be enrolled in 201 in order to enroll in 202
*Students can take the lecture (201) without taking the lab (202)  
* Courses may break for holidays. Please see individual course syllabi for information regarding scheduled breaks.


UW-Green Bay reserves the right to cancel any course or program due to low enrollment, conditions beyond reasonable control, including, but not limited to low enrollment, disaster, inclement weather, health emergency, unavailability of supplies, acts of God or any other circumstance. ​

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