Are there courses that you simply don’t have time for during the academic year but really want to take? Or maybe you have had difficulty getting in to them… Or you just want to spend more time learning at Wesleyan… Whatever your reason, the new Wesleyan Summer Session seems to be a great option to fill your needs.
The session runs from June 7 through July 9, 2010. The courses count for full Wesleyan credit and are available at a reasonable price: tuition is $2,500 per course credit; housing and dining is $2,135 (not mandatory); and the $500 registration deposit is credited toward tuition. The cost reflects a discount of nearly 50% of full tuition. Some financial aid will also be available.
Courses will be offered in a variety of disciplines, including economics, music, and psychology. There are also some new courses being taught, as well as many that are always in high demand. A cool option is enrollment in one of the thematic institutes: neuroscience and psychology; computer programming and computer music; and visualizing and creating theatrical performance.