Course offerings list is now available! Please visit our Courses page for more information.
"I plan on taking Summer Session 1 because I want to complete my engineering prerequisites. This will allow me to jump right into my core classes next year." – John Seymour, 2nd year, Civil & Environmental Engineering
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April 28: Registration Begins
Course registration begins. Please log into myucdavis to view your registration appointment time on April 21. For UC Davis students: Summer Sessions registration is the same as registering for your courses during the academic year.
May 3: Open Registration
Open registration begins.
March 1: Application Available
The Summer Sessions application is now available! For general information, visit the Apply page.
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There are a variety of popular courses that students take during the academic year that are also offered during Summer 2014:
- ARE 100A: Intermediate Microeconomics
- ARE 155: Quantitative Analysis for Business Decisions
- BIS 101: Genes & Gene Expression
- CMN 101: Communication Theories
- FST 010: Food, Folklore, & Health
- PSC 001: General Psychology
- MAT 021A, B, & C: Calculus
- MAT 017A, B, & C: Calculus for BioSci
Having trouble getting into your major required courses during the school year? These courses are being offered in Summer 2014:
- BIS 002A, B, & C: Introduction to Biology
- BIS 102: Structure and Function of Biomolecules
- BIS 104: Cell Biology
- CHE 002A, B, & C: General Chemistry
- CMN 001: Intro to Public Speaking
- CMN 003: Interpersonal Communication Competence
- MAT 016A, B, & C: Short Calculus
- MAT 022A: Linear Algebra
- MAT 022B: Differential Equations
- NPB 101L: Systemic Physiology Lab
- PHY 007A, B, & C: General Physics
- PHY 009A, B, & C: Classical Physics
- UWP 102A, 104A, B, D, E, & F: Writing