All Tulane 2020 Summer Courses will take place online.
We are excited to announce these online summer opportunities sponsored by the School of Liberal Arts. Each program provides our students with unmatched educational and career possibilities.
The theme of this program addresses the urgency of the present moment. Understandings of the contagious, the viral, and disease have provoked debate throughout history, across literature, media, and cultural expression, and woven through religion and theories of the self. This cluster of courses, which may be taken individually or in combination with each other, focuses on a central issue of our time across various historical, cultural and discursive contexts.
The interdisciplinary courses that comprise this program span liberal arts disciplines. These courses will help students complete core requirements as Tulane undergraduates, including service learning, race and inclusion, and writing. They will build students’ fluency in a range of disciplines and engage the interdisciplinary field of science and technology studies in order to understand and address current crises in new and surprising ways.
The flailing economy and the stay-at-home orders across the world have decimated the creative industries, including film and media, the performing arts, festivals, tourism, the hospitality industry, advertising, and online start-ups. The pandemic is forcing us to confront how we think about risk and resilience, and those who are called upon to uphold these categories within new economic realities.
This cluster of courses have practical foci as we develop leadership roles and creative careers in industries reshaped by global crises. Students can complete Tier-2 and Tier-3 requirements for the School of Liberal Arts Management Minor (SLAMM) through this program.
A four-week summer program will give students a foundation for graduate school in public policy or a career in government and politics at the local, state or national level. Students will complete relevant coursework and participate in service learning that together will provide them with tools in the analysis of policy, knowledge in substantive policy areas, and experience in local government. Students completing the minor will fulfill one of Tulane’s service learning graduation requirements.
Rescheduled due to COVID-19 for Summer 2021
This two-week service learning summer course addresses the processes of language death, as well as methods and initiatives for language revitalization. Students will learn effective second language teaching methods and elementary Tunica. They will then apply what they have learned, serving as teaching assistants during the tribe's Language Summer Camp. The Tunica tribe will host the course in Marksville for the week of the Summer Camp.
A five-week summer program giving fifteen Tulane students an immersion in the dynamics of the Arab-Israeli conflict through classroom study and field experience in Israel.
Registration for current Tulane students: https://classschedule.tulane.edu/Search.aspx
Registration information for non-Tulane students: https://applygrad.tulane.edu/register/?id=25d89c89-3d6f-42bb-99ef-9f17325f9927