On-Campus and Online Programs
Courses in New Haven
Check out some updates to the course list we have made over the last few weeks here.
Guide to Courses
Courses are listed in alphabetical order by subject. The three-digit number preceded by a subject code (e.g., ENGL S-114) is the department's summer course number.
- Course information and cancelation policies
- Subject abbreviations
- Course Syllabi - 2016
- Classroom Assignments - Session A
- Classroom Assignments - Session B
Yale Online Courses
Online courses serve students who cannot travel to New Haven for our residential program. Yale Summer Session 2016 offers twenty different online courses for credit and taught by Yale faculty.
Yale Writers' Conference
The Yale Writers' Conference is an intensive ten-day program intended for committed writers at all levels of experience. Our faculty are celebrated authors who are also experienced and engaging teachers; our facilities are on Yale's campus.
Drama & Film
We offer programs for both actors and directors, along with film courses by some of the university's most esteemed faculty members.
Yale English Language Institute
The Yale English Language Institute provides an opportunity for international students to study and experience life on the Yale campus, and to participate in academic and social programs with Yale undergraduates and other international students.
Freshman Scholars at Yale
Freshman Scholars at Yale (FSY) provides a cohort of incoming Yale undergraduates the opportunity to engage early on in the Yale experience by living and studying on campus for five weeks in the summer.
Global Summer Program at Yale
The Global Summer Program offers summer courses taught in English at the 10 International Alliance of Research Universities (IARU). Open to Yale students and IARU member institutions.
Yale Summer Session Programs Abroad are for Yale credit. Language courses and subject areas courses offered with program dates ranging from 5- 8 weeks.
Buildings & Classrooms
Classrooms for Summer Session 2016 will be posted approximately one week before the first day of class.