Whether you are committed to seeking a degree, exploring your options, or pursuing enrichment for professional and personal reasons, society needs your impactful leadership more than ever.

You’ll find a host of relevant course options in the School of Education & Human Development’s Summer Session. Courses are offered in a variety of formats, primarily online, so you can customize a schedule that works for you. Choose a course or two and participate from anywhere in the world.

For reasons of health and safety, most 2021 Summer Session courses and activities will be offered online. The feedback from last summer’s virtual programs was overwhelmingly positive. We look forward to another exciting and successful summer online in 2021. In August, we are currently expecting a full in-person return to campus.

Highlighted Graduate Courses


Lead in online teaching

  • INTE 5360: Critical Digital Pedagogy
  • INTE 7100: Professional Learning & Technology

Excel in diverse teaching environments

  • CLDE 4835/5835: CLDE Special Topics - Sharing Bilingualism Stories
  • CLDE 5040/7040: Social Justice Liberation - A rehearsal for the revolution
  • RSEM 7500: Culturally Responsive Evaluation
  • SPED 5300: Collaboration
  • SPED 5000: Universal Design for Learning
  • SPED 5151: Slashing Stigmas 

Be part of the movement in early childhood education

  • ECED 6340: Messing about with STEM

Thinking about pursuing an advanced degree?

Start as a non-degree grad student with these options

  • MTED 5070: (Re)Humanizing Mathematics Teaching and Learning
  • UEDU 5240: Culture of Education Policy
  • UEDU 5660: History of Schooling in the United States
  • RSEM 5600: Issues in Assessment Development

Undergraduates – finish your core curriculum and move forward in your major!

Prefix

Course #

Title

LCRT - Responsive Literacy Education

2000

Rebels, Villains, & Superheroes: How Children's Literature Shapes Our Identities

HDFR - Human Development & Family Relations

4002/5002

Family Life and Community Programming (Remote)

HDFR - Human Development & Family Relations

3400

Love, Couples, and Family (online)

Prefix

Course #

Title

CLDE - Culturally & Linguistically Diverse Education

3680

Spanish for Educators

CLDE - Culturally & Linguistically Diverse Education

4020

Responsive Classroom Communities

CLDE - Culturally & Linguistically Diverse Education

4700

Social Studies for Multilingual Learners

CLDE - Culturally & Linguistically Diverse Education

4835

Special Topics: Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Education

ECED - Early Childhood Education

4040

Administrative Seminar

EDFN - Educational Foundations

4010

Social Foundations and Cultural Diversity in Urban Education

EDHD - Education and Human Development

2840

Independent Study in Education & Human Development

EDHD - Education and Human Development

2910

Service Learning in Education and Human Development

HDFR - Human Development & Family Relations

1000

Global Human Development & Learning

HDFR - Human Development & Family Relations

1080

Lifespan Issues in Family Violence

HDFR - Human Development & Family Relations

1111

Freshman Seminar

HDFR - Human Development & Family Relations

2080

Sex, Human Development and Family Systems

HDFR - Human Development & Family Relations

2200

Love, Family and Human Development

HDFR - Human Development & Family Relations

3020

Black and Latino Children in Families and Schools

HDFR - Human Development & Family Relations

3250

Families in Global Perspectives

HDFR - Human Development & Family Relations

3400

Love, Couples and Family

HDFR - Human Development & Family Relations

4001

Families and Parenting

HDFR - Human Development & Family Relations

4002

Family Life and Community Programming I

HDFR - Human Development & Family Relations

4930

Human Development and Family Relations Internship

INTE - Instructional Technology

4300

Media Literacy

INTE - Instructional Technology

4680

Producing Media for Learning

INTE - Instructional Technology

4711

Creative Designs for Instructional Materials

LCRT - Literature, Language & Culturally Responsive Teaching

2000

Rebels, Villains, & Superheroes: How Children's Literature Shapes Our Identities

MTED - Math Education

3040

Mathematics for Elementary Teachers

MTED - Math Education

4621

A World of (Different) Numbers: Quantity and Operation

SPED - Special Education

4151

Slashing Stigmas: Promoting Positive Behaviors

SPED - Special Education

4300

Family, Professional, and Community Collaboration

SPED - Special Education

4400

Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

STME - Science, Technology, Engineering & Math Education

4001

Planning for Learning in Mathematics and Science

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