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Summer Intent Listing

The following listing contains courses that departments intend to offer in Summer Session 2023 and is designed to assist students with planning for Winter, Spring and Summer 2023 terms. Courses are subject to change. Additional courses and details (session, delivery mode, faculty) will be provided in the Summer Session 2023 Preliminary Course Listing, which is scheduled to be available in January 2023. 

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Undergraduate Courses

AAS 120/POL 110: Politics and Multiculturalism
ATH 357: Modern Art
BIO 111: Principles of Biology II
BIO 301: Human Anatomy and Physiology I
BIO 302: Human Anatomy and Physiology II
CHE 227: General Chemistry Lecture I
CHE 228: General Chemistry Lecturer II
CIN 210: Racial and Gender Role Stereotypes
COM 100: Human Communication
COM 200: Communication History
COM 230: Statistical Methods
COM 301: Mass Media and Society
CRM/POL 202: Introduction to Law and the Judicial Process
ECO 300: Intermediate Macroeconomics
ECO 308: Political Economy of the Adirondacks
ECO 110: Principles of Macroeconomics
ECO 111: Principles of Microeconomics
ECO 301: Intermediate Microeconomics
ECO 311: Economic Development
ECO 352: Corporate Finance
EDU 270: Introduction to Early Childhood and Childhood Education
EDU 303: Arts in the Curriculum
ESL 406: Educating English Language Learners
EST 100: Introduction to Environmental Studies
EXS 100: Introduction to Kinesiology
EXS 201: Statistics in Exercise Science
EXS 250: Research Skills in Kinesiology
EXS 270: Foundations of Personal Training
EXS 310: Ethical Issues in Kinesiology
EXS 325: Principles of Strength and Conditioning
EXS 346: Sport Psychology
EXS 357: Nutrition and Sport Performance
EXS 367: Exercise Psychology
EXS 380: Motor Control and Learning
EXS 387: Biomechanics
EXS 397: Exercise Physiology I
EXS 421: Athletic Injury Risk Management
EXS 287: Social Psychological Aspects of Physical Activity
EXS 315: Anatomical Kinesiology
FSA 103: Gender, Race and Class Issues in Education
GLY 476: Geologic Field Methods
GLY 481: Field Geology
GRY 110: Physical Geography
GRY 120: Cultural Geography
GRY 221: Social Geography
GRY 310: Environmental Geography of the Adirondacks
GRY 370: Will the World Provide? A Research Experience for Students
HIS 101: World History since 1500
HIS 316: Tourism and Environment in the Adirondacks
HLH 163: The HIV Epidemic
HLH 210: Wellness and Health Promotion
IST 100: Culture through Film
IST 210: The Making of the Modern World
MAT 105: Mathematics in Modern Society
MAT 111: Algebra for College Students
MAT 115: Precalculus
MAT 121: Calculus A
MAT 201: Statistical Methods
MAT 480: History of Mathematics
PHY 105: Elementary Mechanics and Heat
POL 100: Introduction to American Government and Politics
POL 326: State and Local Government
POL 101: Introduction to World Politics
PSY 101: Introductory Psychology
PSY 201: Statistical Methods
PSY 232: Adolescent Psychology
PSY 311: Motivation
PSY 312: Learning
PSY 332: Educational Psychology
PSY 345: Intro to Brain & Behavior
PSY 421: Abnormal Psychology
SPA 101: Beginning Spanish I
SPA 102: Beginning Spanish II
SPA 201: Intermediate Spanish I
SPA 202: Intermediate Spanish II
SPM 325: Introduction to Sport Analytics
SPM 470: Internship in Sport Management
SPM 475: Internship Seminar

Graduate Courses

ATR 510: Athletic Training Techniques
ATR 516: Acute Care & Emergency Management
EDL 616: Principles of Curriculum Leadership
EDL 618: Human Resource, Personnel and Contracts
EDL 656: Principles of Public School Finance
EDL 678: Strategic Supervision and Leadership
EDL 680: Principal Leadership
EDL 685: Facilities Maintenance and Management
EDL 690: Principles of School District Leadership
EDL 696/698: Educational Leadership Internship(s)
EDU 510: Inquiry into Teaching, Curriculum and Student Learning (lecture and fieldwork)
EDU 656: Classroom Applications of Child Development, Classroom Behavior and Management
FSA 510: Teaching the Special Education Learner in the General Education Classroom
FSA 515: Introduction to Disability Studies in Education
FSA 525: Urban Teaching and Schooling
FSA 560: Supporting Students with Autism
FSA 630: Students with Disabilities in Context
FSA 652: Master's Project
FSA 653: Master's Project TSD 7-12
HIS 561: Teaching Global History
HLH 509: Drug Education for Teachers
HLH 511: Global Health Problems
HLH 524: Nutrition Issues
HLH 601: Research Methods in Health
PSY 521: Adv. Abnormal Psychology
PSY 533: Adv. Developmental PSY
SHH 641: Clinical Practicum and Seminar: Multiculturalism
SHH 642: Clinical Practicum and Seminar: Counseling
SHH 650: Cleft Palate, Craniofacial Disorders and Genetics
SHH 672: Fluency Disorders
SHH 673: Communication Disorders in Adults
SHH 675: Augmentative and Alternative Communication
SPM 610: Organizational Behavior and Leadership in Sport Business
SPM 630: Sport Media Management
SPM 647: Intercollegiate Athletics Management
SPM 650: Research Methods in Sport Management
SPM 660: Sport Marketing
SPM 666: Business and Finance of Sport
SPM 670: Sport Law
SPM 680: Strategic Management
SPM 685: Internship/Master's Project

Contact Us

Darci Contri
Director of Extended Learning

Athena Vunk-Moynihan
Program Aide

Phone: 607-753-5643
Fax: 607-753-2959
Miller Building, Suite 208

Extended Learning Office
Summer/Winter Sessions
SUNY Cortland
P.O. Box 2000
Cortland, NY 13045

Office Hours
Monday through Friday
8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Intersession Hours
Monday through Friday
8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

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