Summer Course Information
First and foremost, do remember to take time for yourself over the summer!
However, if you are wondering if you can take classes over the sumer…the answer is yes.
Here’s information about summer coursework:
- Mines offers many summer courses. Here are some courses that are still open for summer 2021:
- MATH112 Calculus II (May 17 & June 28 start)
- MATH 213 Calculus III (May 17 start)
- MATH225 Differential Equations (May 17 & June 28 start)
- EDNS151 Design I (May 17 & June 28 start)
- HASS100 Nature and Human Values (May 17 & June 28 start)
- PHGN100 Physics I (June 28 start)
- PHGN200 Physics II (June 28 start)
- PAGN285 Physical Activity (May 17 & June 28 start)
- CHGN122 Principles of Chemistry II (May 17 start)
- CSCI101 Intro to Computer Science (May 17 start)
- CSCI102 Intro to Computer Science Lab (June 28 Start)
- GEGN101 Earth and Environmental Systems (June 28 Start)
- To see the full list of summer offerings, visit the Dynamic Schedule.
- You can take courses at an accredited college or university away from Mines during the summer. Outside of Colorado Community College system articulation agreement schools, you’ll need permission to transfer the course back to Mines. More information about the transfer process can be found here: https://www.mines.edu/registrar/transfer-students/transfer-credit-continuing-x-mines/
- To see if we have accepted courses from your local institution, visit this website: https://www.mines.edu/registrar/transfer-credit/