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Intersession and Summer Courses

Huron is pleased to offer several interesting and engaging courses during the Spring (Intersession) and Summer sessions in areas ranging from psychology through global studies, languages and literatures, and philosophy and political science, to management and organizational studies.  Explore the courses below to discover which subjects best suit your unique interests and may best support you to fulfill your educational and professional goals.   

Registration begins March 4, 2019. 

Summer Course Registration:

2019 courses
Course Instructor Term Term Dates Exam Dates  
PHI 1230A - Reasoning and Critical Thinking Marsh Summer Evening  May 6-June14 See instructor Course Outline
BUS 1220E -  Introduction to Business Bloomfield Intersession May 13-June 21 June 24-25 Course Outline
FRE 1010 - Intermediate French Bugles Intersession May 13-June 21 June 24-25 Course Outline
HIS 1816 - Histories of Violence Bell Intersession May 13-June 21 June 24-25 Course Outline
JPN 1050 (550) - Japanese I Kawai Intersession May 13-June 21 June 24-25 Course Outline
JPN 1050 (551) - Japanese I Fukui Intersession May 13-June 21 June 24-25 Course Outline
JPN 2250 - Japanese 2 Akai Intersession May 13-June 21 June 24-25 Course Outline
MOS 2275A - Business Law I Keller Intersession May 13-June 21 June 24-25 Course Outline
MOS 3310A - Finance for MOS Dawson  Intersession May 13-June 21 June 24-25 Course Outline
MOS 4465A -  Advanced Accounting Dawson  Intersession May 13-June 21 June 24-25 Course Outline
PHI 2250 - Introduction to Logic Doyle Intersession May 13-June 21 June 24-25 Course Outline
POL 2219E -  The Politics of Human Rights Jonasson Intersession May 13-June 21 June 24-25 Course Outline
POL 2270E - Women and Politics Graham Intersession May 13-June 21 June 24-25 Course Outline
PSY 2115A -  Introduction to Sensation & Perception Quinlan Intersession May 13-June 21 June 24-25 Course Outline
PSY 2550A -  Introduction to Personality Theory and Research Feher/Vernon Intersession May 13-June 21 June 24-25 Course Outline
REL 2130 - Living Religions Acres Intersession May 13-June 21 June 24-25 Course Outline
           
CGS 1022F -  Introduction to Globalization Pendakis Intersession - First term May 13-31 See instructor Course Outline
CGS 1023F - Introduction to Global Development McBurney Intersession - First term May 13-31 See instructor Course Outline
CHN 2245F (550) - Cinema in the Chinese Mainland He Intersession - First term May 13-31 See instructor Course Outline
CHN 2245F (551) - Cinema in the Chinese Mainland He Intersession - First term May 13-31 See instructor Course Outline
CHN 2601A -  The Political and Scio-Economic Foundations of Modern China Liu Intersession - First term May 13-31 See instructor Course Outline
CHN 2650F - Fiction and Traditional Chinese Society Lu Intersession - First term May 13-31 See instructor Course Outline
           
PHI 1250F - Right and Wrong Conter Intersession - First term May 13-31 See instructor Course Outline
PHI 2076F - Philosophy of Sex, Love & Freindship Epp Intersession - First term May 13-31 See instructor Course Outline
           
CGS 3527G - Globalized Capitalist Agriculture Shrimali Intersession - Second term June 3-21 June 24-25 Course Outline
CHN 2246G (550) -  Chinese Cinema in Taiwan & Hong Kong He  Intersession - Second term June 3-21 June 24-25 Course Outline
CHN 2246G (551) - Chinese Cinema in Taiwan & Hong Kong He  Intersession - Second term June 3-21 June 24-25 Course Outline
CHN 2602B - The Cultural Foundations of Modern China Liu Intersession - Second term June 3-21 June 24-25 Course Outline
CHN 2651G - Fiction & Modern Chinese Society Lu  Intersession - Second term June 3-21 June 24-25 Course Outline
PHI 2263G -  Philosophy of Risk Lamoureux Intersession - Second term June 3-21 June 24-25 Course Outline
PHI 3820G - Globalization & Theories of Justice Conter Intersession - Second term June 3-21 June 24-25 Course Outline
           
JPN 1050 - Japanese I Akai Summer Day July 8-August 16 August 19-20 Course Outline
CHN 2243F - The Chinese Diaspora & Its Literary Representation Wu Summer Day July 8-August 16 August 19-20 Course Outline
MOS 4410A - Strategic Management Chow Summer Day July 8-August 16 August 19-20 Course Outline
PSY 3227A - Neuropsychology Hoshooley Summer Day July 8-August 16 August 19-20 Course Outline
           
CHN 2242F - Representative Works in Traditional Chinese Literature Liu Summer Day - First term July 8-26 See instructor Course Outline
CHN 3340A - Business Chinese I Gordon Summer Day - First term July 8-26 See instructor Course Outline
PHI 2074F - Business Ethics Ponesse Summer Day - First term July 8-26 See instructor Course Outline
PHI 2821F - Philosophy of Law Lamoureux Summer Day - First term July 8-26 See instructor Course Outline
           
CHN 2244G - Representative Works in Modern Chinese Literature Liu Summer Day - Second term July 29-August 16 August 19-20 Course Outline
CHN 3341G - Business Chinese 2 Gordon Summer Day - Second term July 29-August 16 August 19-20 Course Outline

Professors

Whether you're looking to speed up your undergraduate experience by taking additional courses during the summer or you simply want to bulk up your degree by taking on extra subjects, Huron's intersession and summer courses teachers are here to support your unique learning journey. No matter what time of year you're taking classes, at Huron, all our faculty remain committed to providing exceptional educational experiences that nurture students' individual gifts and position them for significant personal and professional success.

Learn more about the professors who will be supporting you during your time at Huron. Remember, it's important to get to know your teachers, so here's a great place to start!

  • I approach teaching as the cultivation of events in which we may confront the responsibilities we have as knowers, embrace the value of dis- and re-orientations in our learning, and become highly skilled in ethical scholarly practices
    Mark F. N. Franke, PhD
    Director & Associate Professor, Centre for Global Studies
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  • My goal when I teach is to transform how my students think. In particular, I want students to recognize the importance of historical context to understanding the contemporary world
    Geoff Read, PhD
    Vice-President, Academic, and Dean, Faculty of Arts and Social Science
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Key Contacts

Erie Conners

Academic Advisor
519.438.7224 ext. 855
erie.connershuron.uwo.ca

8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.                  Monday - Friday

Jennifer Morocco

Registrar
519.438.7224 ext. 702
jmorocchuron.uwo.ca
W38

8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.                  Monday - Friday

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