Yale Summer Online
Yale Summer Online is an online course program that provides an opportunity for students to continue their studies in the summer through challenging seminars. The courses are developed and taught by Yale faculty, offer Yale College credit, and provide extensive interaction with faculty and peers. A central component to the learning experience is the synchronous discussion session; our virtual classroom technology allows students to come together "face-to-face" each week and discuss course topics. Combining our technology with small class sizes (20), students can expect strong personal engagement with faculty through rich conversation and thoughtful feedback.
- Earn Yale College Credit
- Taught by Yale Faculty
- Small Class Sizes
- Evening Classes Now Available
- Non-Credit Course Option
More Information & Registration
Session A (May 30 - July 1)
Autism and Related Disorders - PSYC S350E/CHLD S350E
Fred Volkmar and James McPartland
Brains of Genius: Mozart and Friends - MUSI S212E/HUMS S210E
Open to pre-college students.
Causes and Consequences of Corruption - ECON S281E
Video: "Corruption Introduction"
Milton is also part of the Open Yale Courses initiative. Please visit the OYC web site to access educational material from this course, and 40 other Yale College courses.
Reading the Constitution - PLSC S258E
Akhil Reed Amar
Session B (July 4 - August 5)
Mental Lives of Babies and Animals - PSYC S304E/CGSC S304E
Reading and Writing the Modern Essay - ENGL S120E