Summer Credit Courses
IALC students with an advanced level of English proficiency and a desire to obtain undergraduate course credit may be eligible to enroll in a limited number of courses with the Fordham Summer Session. The Fordham Summer Session offers traditional college classes in most major disciplines and an array of special programs during two 5-week sessions. Course dates align with the IALC Summer Intensive Program. Course options for advanced English language learners follow:
Fordham Summer Session 1 undergraduate credit courses:
Structures of Computer Science (3 credits)
Movies and the American Experience (4 credits)
Introduction to Italian (3 credits)
Math for Business: Caculus (3 credits)
Fordham Summer Session 2 undergraduate credit courses:
Art History Introduction (3 credits)
Introduction to Communication and Media Studies (3 credits)
Introduction to French II (3 credits)
Introduction to Italian II (3 credits)
Physical Science in Today's World (3 credits)
Film and Politics (4 credits)
Introduction to Spanish II (3 credits)
Acting 1 (4 credits)
Graphic Design and Digital Tools (4 credits)
Schedule and fees
Three-credit classes meet three times per week: Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, for three hours each day in the afternoon and cost $2,385.00.
Four-credit classes meet four times per week: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, for three hours each day in the afternoon and cost $3,180.00.
Students interested in registering for credit-bearing courses offered by the Fordham Summer Session are requested to complete the Summer Session Survey
, so as to ensure appropriate course placement. Registration is subject to availability.