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Summer Session 2018
Online Courses

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Randolph College is pleased to offer 14 online classes for the Summer 2018 academic session.

Courses are open to the general public in addition to current Randolph students. All courses are taught by Randolph College faculty.

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Calendar

Courses will be taught over three sessions.
* May 29 - July 2
* July 9 - August 10
* May 29 - August 10 (extended session)

Tuition & Fees

Tuition for all courses (including labs) is $450 per credit hour. All lab courses will require an additional $30 fee for lab kits which will be delivered to you. Costs for textbooks and course material will vary by course.

Registration

Current Randolph students may register via the Portal.

Non-Randolph students should submit the "Special Student Application" available from the Registrar's Office.

Once you register, you will be billed by Randolph College – the first billing may be as late as May, even if you register earlier.

Financial Aid

Randolph College students: Please note that Randolph College scholarship and grant aid is not available for Summer 2018 online courses.

All students: Financing and payment options include Parent PLUS loan or an alternative student loan. Pell Grant recipients may be eligible for a reduced award dependent on number of credit hours. Contact Student Financial Services for assistance.

Accessibility

Students with disabilities needing accommodations in summer online classes at Randolph College may send any requests for accommodations and accompanying documentation to accessibility@randolphcollege.edu.

Students enrolled at other colleges or universities may submit current letters of accommodation from their home school. Students who are not currently receiving accommodations and would like to inquire about receiving them in summer online classes at Randolph College can send any pertinent documentation or inquiries to the Coordinator of Disability Services at the email address listed above.
ASTR 103 - Cosmology one semester course

May 29–July 2

Hours credit: 3

Prerequisites: There is no pre-requisite for Astronomy, although a basic knowledge of algebra is necessary. The course can be taken without the lab, and the lab can be taken without the course if the equivalent course has been taken previously.

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ASTR 103L - Cosmology Lab

May 29–July 2

Hours credit: 1

Prerequisites: There is no pre-requisite for Astronomy, although a basic knowledge of algebra is necessary. The course can be taken without the lab, and the lab can be taken without the course if the equivalent course has been taken previously.

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COMM 102 - Introduction to Mass Media

May 29-August 10 (mid-term break July 3-8)

The study of the mass media's relationship to social and political power, democracy, and multiculturalism. Students will examine media industries, regulation, globalization, and the cultural production of race, class, gender, and sexuality. Media forms may include journalism, music, radio, television, film, magazines, books, internet, video games, advertising, and public relations.

Hours credit: 3

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EDUC 108 - Educational Psychology & Class Management

July 9-August 10

Study of research findings relevant to the learner in the classroom with emphasis on factors that influence learning. Topics include the teacher's role in motivation, emotional development of learners, analysis of the teaching-learning situation including the dynamics of interaction, classroom management, guidance, and instruction preK-12.

Hours credit: 3

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PED 163 – Nutrition and Fitness Performance

May 29–July 2

The course will look at general nutrition with special emphasis looking at how food intake choices relate to exercise performance. Special issues such as diabetes, food allergies, protein, vitamin, and mineral supplementation, weight control, and fad diets will be discussed.

Hours credit: 3

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PED 165 – Lifetime Wellness

July 9-August 10

This course will introduce dimensions of wellness including lifestyle choices that directly affect physical and emotional health. Health issues such as diabetes, cancer, coronary artery disease, stress, weight control, environmental health, and substance abuse will be discussed in the realm of prevention and recognition of effects on total wellness.

Hours credit: 3

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PHYS 105 - Introductory Physics I

May 29–July 2

An algebra-based introduction to fundamental topics in physics, including mechanics, thermodynamics, wave motion and electromagnetism.

Hours credit: 3.
Prerequisite: MATH 119R or equivalent. Calculus is not required.

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PHYS 105L - INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS I LABORATORY

May 29–July 2

Laboratory work and experiments related to topics studied in Physics 105.

Hours credit: 1
Corequisite or prerequisite: Physics 105, 106 or equivalent.

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PHYS 106 - Introductory Physics II

July 9-August 10

Electricity and Magnetism. An algebra-based introduction to fundamental topics in phyics, including mechanics, thermodynamics, wave motion, and electronmagnetism.

Hours credit: 3
Prerequisite: MATH 119R or equivalent. Calculus is not required.

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PHYS 106L - Introductory Physics II Laboratory

July 9-August 10

Laboratory work and experiments related to topics studied in Physics 106.

Hours credit: 1
Corequisite or prerequisite: Physics 106 or equivalent.

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PHYS 115 - GENERAL PHYSICS I

May 29–July 2

Classical mechanics, heat, and electromagnetism. A calculus-based presentation of basic physical principles for students interested in the sciences or mathematics.

Hours credit: 4
Prerequisite or corequisite: Mathematics 149R or equivalent.

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PHYS 115L - GENERAL PHYSICS I LABORATORY

May 29–July 2

Laboratory work and experiments related to the topics studied in Physics 115.

Hours credit: 1
Corequisite or prerequisite: Physics 115 or equivalent.

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PHYS 116 - General Physics II

July 9-August 10

Classical mechanics, heat, and electromagnetism. A calculus-based presentation of basic physical principles for students interested in the sciences or mathematics.

Hours credit: 4
Prerequisite: Mathematics 149R or equivalent (or corequisite with permission of the instructor).

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PHYS 116L - General Physics II Laboratory

July 9-August 10

Laboratory work and experiments related to the topics studied in Physics 116.

Hours credit: 1
Corequisite or prerequisite: Physics 116 or equivalent.

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