SAGES course USSO 291J: Narratives of Immigration will now be offered at a new time during the 8 week session:
This earlier scheduled time resolves potential conflicts with other summer course offerings so students can take full advantage of the benefits of summer session. Start your day, explore the...
Are you looking for a course this summer that you can sink your teeth into? Consider the new SAGES offering for Summer 2019: USSO 292M - What We Talk about When We Talk about Food.
Food. What is seemingly a simple choice of what to put into our bodies is...
Calling all CSE students! We will be offering ENGL 398S: Engineering Communication in Summer 2019!
ENGL 398S is a writing course for Engineering students only, covering academic and professional genres of written and oral communication. In addition, it explores other avenues for professional ethics/leadership development instruction. English 398S has been approved...
We are excited to announce that Weatherhead School of Management has joined CWRU Summer Session! We will be offering ECON 103: Principles of Macroeconomics and ORBH 250: Leading People (LEAD I) during the 6-week Summer Session (June 17 - July 29). There has never been a better time to Think Summer!...
The wait is over! The preliminary course schedule for Summer Session 2019 is now available!
It's not too early to think about summer. Consider Cleveland and the CWRU Summer Session. More than 100 courses (on-campus, online, and abroad) are available from the College of Arts and Sciences and Case School...
The Summer Session website will offer a preliminary course schedule on November 30, 2018 that includes basic and currently available information about summer courses offered by Case Western Reserve University. Between now and then, we’ll be updating information and adding new courses.
Information about individual courses including pre-requisites is available...
Game design creates meaningful play through interactive experiences. This introductory studio based course, explores games through the development and creation of 2D video games. The course aims to provide a critical vocabulary and historical context for analyzing games and gaming theory and focuses on the skills and techniques necessary to develop 2D video games.