UO Summer Session
 

Courses

Summer Session class offerings vary by academic department, though most departments offer classes during the summer.

The 2017 University of Oregon summer schedule of classes is available online.

You can search for classes by subject, meeting time, days of the week, course level, and number of credits.

If you have trouble navigating the course schedule, please contact the Summer Session office. If you have specific questions about a course, please contact the academic department that offers the course. Contact information for academic departments can be found on the class schedule.

University of Oregon Schools and Colleges

The College of Arts and Sciences

Want to tackle some of your general education requirements in the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences? Is there a class you need to fill out your core requirements? The College of Arts and Sciences offers hundreds of classes this summer to help you on your way.

School of Architecture and Allied Arts

A&AA is dedicated to the principles of civic responsibility, environmental sustainability, international understanding, and cross-disciplinary education.

A&AA Summer Session provides opportunities for study in Eugene, Portland, and abroad in a wide range of disciplines. Of note are options for advanced study in architecture, digital arts, and product design and a number of summer workshops and courses in Portland, Oregon.

Charles H. Lundquist College of Business

The Lundquist College of Business is a top business school with a unique mission and vision that draws strength from its links to the Pacific Rim and the distinctive qualities of Oregon culture: innovation, sustainability, active lifestyles, financial stewardships, and respect for individuality and diversity with an increasing global community.

During the summer, the school offers a range of lower- and upper-division courses for pre-business students, as well as those pursuing a major or minor within the Business School.

College of Education

For freshmen or transfer students, Summer Session courses offer a glimpse into the academic, research, community service, and career opportunities available in College of Education programs. Current COE students can take advantage of unique course options and class times.

School of Journalism and Communication

Enhance your talents. Explore new interests. Accelerate your progress towards graduation. Embark on the adventure-or internship-of a lifetime.

Summer courses at SOJC provide opportunities for students to build a solid foundation in the core values of media professionals as they immerse themselves in an online environment. In classes that are relevant, thorough, and exciting, students collaborate with faculty members and classmates to imagine and create the future of media.

School of Music and Dance

The School of Music and Dance offers an outstanding faculty, high standards, and a comprehensive curriculum. Summer classes in the music program include offerings related to performance, theory, history, musicology, and music technology, with musical styles as varied as classical, rock, punk, jazz, blues, and gospel. Summer classes in the Department of Dance include introductory course work and technique options, as well as specialized subjects.

The School of Music and Dance offers degrees in music through the doctoral level, and in dance through the master's level.

Extra Credit Options

Physical Education and Recreation (PE)

Weight lifting, tai chi, running, yoga, golf, billiards—earn credit for playing and getting fit! Up to 12 1-credit PE courses can count as undergraduate electives. Many summer classes are noncompetitive activities focused on fitness or learning lifetime skills (yoga, golf, cross fit, scuba). On the class schedule, courses in our fitness areas start with subject code PEAQ (aquatics) and end with PEW (weight training).

Substance Abuse Prevention Program (SAPP)

Substance Abuse Prevention Program (SAPP) courses provide up-to-date research and field experience and cover a range of topics in treatment, prevention, and mental health care. Courses of varying lengths are offered nights, weekends, and every week of the term. All are upper-division and range from 1 to 4 credits.