Summer Session For New Students

Dive into summer. Get ahead. Graduate sooner.

Get a head start on your coursework at San Diego State University and attend summer session this year! New students with a complete Intent to Enroll have the opportunity to take classes at SDSU this summer.

Courses for New Transfer Students

View the classes offered by your college to see which courses are available to you this summer. If you are interested in enrolling in summer courses at SDSU, you must complete the Steps to Become Eligible for Summer Session Registration for Transfer Students before a summer 2020 registration time can be assigned.

Summer Session Classes Offered by College

Visit the Undergraduate Majors & Minors page if you are not sure which college your academic program is in.

Course Number and Title Schedule # Session Location Benefits of Enrolling in Summer
AFRAS 170B: Afro-American History 20012 S2 Online This courses satisfies the American Institution General Education (GE) requirement
AFRAS 421: Black Urban Experience 20013 S1 Online This courses satisfies the General Education (GE) requirement
AMIND 140: US Hist Am Ind Perspec 1 20014 S1 Online This courses satisfies the American Institution General Education (GE) requirement
AMIND 141: US Hist Am Ind Perspec 2 20015 S2 Online This courses satisfies the American Institution General Education (GE) requirement
AMIND 440: American Indian History 20016 S1 Online This courses satisfies the General Education (GE) requirement
AMIND 451: American Indian Identity 20017 S1 Online This courses satisfies the General Education (GE) requirement, same course as ANTH 451
ANTH 101: Human Bio-Cultural Origin 20018 S2 Online This courses satisfies the General Education (GE) requirement
ANTH 349: Roots of Civilization 20019 S2 Online This courses satisfies the General Education (GE) requirement
ANTH 350: Cultures around the Globe 20020 S1 Online This courses satisfies the General Education (GE) requirement
ANTH 451: American Indian Identity 20021 S1 Online This courses satisfies the General Education (GE) requirement, same course as AMIND 451
ASIAN 101: Asian Thought & Cultures 20027 S1 Online This courses satisfies the General Education (GE) requirement
CCS 275: Sports and Race 20058 S1 Online This courses satisfies the Area E General Education (GE) requirement
CLASS 120: English Wrds fr Lat & Grk 20106 S2 Online This courses satisfies the General Education (GE) requirement
ECON 101: Principles of Economics 20158 S1 Online This courses satisfies the General Education (GE) requirement
ECON 102: Principles of Economics 20159 S1 Online This courses satisfies the General Education (GE) requirement
ECON 321: Intermed Microedon Theory 20160 S1 Online This courses satisfies the major requirement
ECON 365: Econ of Undeveloped Areas 20161 S1 Campus This courses satisfies the major requirement
ECON 487: Econ of Strategy 20162 S2 Online This courses satisfies the major requirement
ENGL 220: Introduction to Literature 20169 S1 Online This courses satisfies the General Education (GE) requirement
ENGL 401: Childhood's Literature 21518 S2 Online This courses satisfies the General Education (GE) requirement
ENGL 581W: The Writing of Fiction 20171 S1 Online This course satisfies the writing requirement
GEOG 101: Earth's Physical Environment 20188 S1 Online This courses satisfies the General Education (GE) requirement
HIST 100: World History 20192 S1 Online This courses satisfies the General Education (GE) requirement
HIST 101: World History 20193 S2 Online This courses satisfies the General Education (GE) requirement
HIST 105: Western Civ to 17th Cent 20194 S2 Online This courses satisfies the General Education (GE) requirement
HIST 109: American Hist to Reconstr 20195 S1 Online This courses satisfies the American Institution General Education (GE) requirement
HIST 110: American Hist Since C War 20196 S1 Online This courses satisfies the American Institution General Education (GE) requirement
HUM 409: The Future 20197 S1 Online This courses satisfies the General Education (GE) requirement
ITAL 100A: Elementary Italian I 20198 S2 Online This course satisfies the language requirement.
LATAM 101: Intro Latin Amer Studies 20202 S2 Online This courses satisfies the General Education (GE) requirement
PHIL 101: Intro Philosophy Ethics 20262 S1 Online This courses satisfies the General Education (GE) requirement
PHIL 329: Social Ethics 20263 S2 Online This courses satisfies the General Education (GE) requirement
PHIL 332: Environmental Ethics 20264 S1 Online This courses satisfies the General Education (GE) requirement, major requirement
POL S 101: Intro Am Pol Global Persp 20272 S1 Online This courses satisfies the American Institution General Education (GE) requirement
POL S 102: Intro Am & Calif Govt & Polit 20273 S1 Online This courses satisfies the American Institution General Education (GE) requirement
REL S 100: Exploring the Bible 20284 S2 Online This courses satisfies the General Education (GE) requirement
REL S 101: World Religions 20285 S1 Online This courses satisfies the General Education (GE) requirement
REL S 339: Religions of India 20286 S2 Online This courses satisfies the General Education (GE) requirement
REL S 390A: Relig & Amer Insitutions 20287 S1 Online This courses satisfies the American Institution General Education (GE) requirement
SOC 101: Intr Soc: Study of Society 20330 S1 Online This courses satisfies the General Education (GE) requirement
SOC 410: Soc Psy Mind Self & Society 20331 S2 Online This courses satisfies the General Education (GE) requirement
SOC 442: Homicide in America 20332 S1 Online
SOC 443: Crime and Society 20333 S2 Online Public Law Certificate
SPAN 101: Intro to Spanish I 20334 S1 Campus This course satisfies the language requirement.
SPAN 101: Intro to Spanish I 20335 S2 Campus This course satisfies the language requirement.
SPAN 102: Intro to Spanish II 20336 S1 Campus This course satisfies the language requirement.
SPAN 102: Intro to Spanish II 20337 S2 Campus This course satisfies the language requirement.
SPAN 201: Intermediate Spanish I 20338 S1 Campus This course satisfies the language requirement.
SPAN 201: Intermediate Spanish I 20339 S2 Campus This course satisfies the language requirement.
SUSTN 332: Environmental Ethics 20351 S1 Online This course satisfies the General Education (GE) and major requirements
WMNST 325: Psychology of Women 21513 S1 Online This courses satisfies the General Education (GE) requirement
WMNST 341B: Women in American History 20360 S2 Online This courses satisfies the American Institution General Education (GE) requirement
WMNST 355: Femnst Apprchs Pop Culture 21512 S2 Online This courses satisfies the General Education (GE) requirement
WMNST 360: Wmns Sexuality & Body 20362 S1 Online This courses satisfies the General Education (GE) requirement
WMNST 360: Wmns Sexuality & Body 20363 S2 Online This courses satisfies the General Education (GE) requirement
Course Number and Title Schedule # Session Location Benefits of Enrolling in Summer
CFD 437: Violence in Relationships 20069 T1 Online This is a high-demand course in the academic year.
CSP 300: Stress Management 20130 S1 Online This is a high-demand course in the academic year.
EDUC 451: Introduction to Multicultural Education 20163 S1 Online This course is a prerequisite for the teaching credential program for multiple and single subjects. This is a high demand course during the academic year.
GEN S 420: Disabilities and Society 20187 S1 Campus This is a high-demand course in the academic year.
Course Number and Title Schedule # Session Location Benefits of Enrolling in Summer
AE200: STATICS Online This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
A E280: METHODS OF ANALYSIS 21505 S1 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
AE310: AEROSPACE STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS Online This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
A E340: FLUID MECHANICS 21506 S1 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
A E341: FLUID MECHANICS LAB 21507 S1 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
CIV E218: SURVEY CIV ENG & CONSTRCT 20085 S2 Campus This course is a core course in the program and a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
CIV E218: SURVEY CIV ENG & CONSTRCT 20086 S1 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
CIV E301: INTRO TO SOLID MECHANICS 20087 S1 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
CIV E302: SOLID MECHANICS LAB 20088 S1 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
CIV E302: SOLID MECHANICS LAB 20089 S1 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
CIV E321: STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS I 20090 S1 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
CIV E421: REINFORCED CONCRETE DESGN 20091 S1 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
CIV E421: REINFORCED CONCRETE DESGN 20092 S2 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
CIV E444: APPLIED HYDRAULICS 20093 S1 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
CIV E462: GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING 20094 S1 Online This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
CIV E463: GEOTECHNICAL ENGR LAB 20095 S2 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
CIV E463: GEOTECHNICAL ENGR LAB 20096 S2 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
CIV E465: FOUND ENGR EARTH RET STR 20097 S1 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
CIV E465: FOUND ENGR EARTH RET STR 20098 S2 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
CIV E521: STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS II 20099 S1 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
CIV E525: DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURE 20100 S1 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
CIV E531: PIPE FLOW & WTR DIST SYS 20101 S2 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
COMPE270: DIGITAL SYSTEMS 20115 T1 Online This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
COMPE271: COMPUTER ORGANIZATION 21511 T1 Online This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
COMPE375: EMBEDDED SYST PROGRAMMING 20117 S1 Online This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
COMPE470: DIGITAL CIRCUITS 20118 S2 Online This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
CON E330: PRINC OF ENGIN ECONOMY 20119 S2 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
CON E479: CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS 20120 S2 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
E E210: CIRCUIT ANALYSIS I 20152 S1 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
E E300: COMP & STAT METH FOR E E 20153 S2 Online This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
E E310: CIRCUIT ANALYSIS II 21510 S1 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
E E410: SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS 20154 S1 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
E E458: ANALOG & PULSE COMM SYST 20155 S1 Online This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
ENV E355: ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING 20180 S1 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
M E200: STATICS 20204 S1 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
M E202: COMPUTER PROG APPLICATION 20205 S1 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
M E220: DYNAMICS 20206 S2 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
M E240: INTRO TO ENG MATERIALS 20207 S1 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
M E241: MATERIALS LABORATORY 20208 S2 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
M E304: MECHANICS OF MATERIALS 20209 S1 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
M E310: ENGINEERING DESIGN: INTRO S1 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
M E310: ENGINEERING DESIGN: INTRO S1 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
M E314: ENGR DESIGN:MECH COMPON 20210 S2 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
M E330: CONTROL SYSTEMS LAB 20211 S1 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
M E350: THERMODYNAMICS 20212 S1 Online This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
M E351: ENGR THERMODYNAMICS 20213 S2 Online This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
M E452: PRINC OF HEAT TRANSFER 20214 S2 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
M E495: MECH & THERMAL SYS LAB 20215 S1 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
M E520: INTRO TO MECHANICAL VIBRA 20217 S2 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
M E543: POWDER-BASED MANUFACT 20218 S1 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
M E555: ENRGY & THRM SYS ANAL/DSGN 20219 S1 Campus This course is a core course in the program and is a prerequisite to several other courses. Completing this course during summer session will help you graduate sooner.
Course Number and Title Schedule # Session Location Benefits of Enrolling in Summer
ENS 330: Exercise Across the Lifespan S1 Online This course satisfies the GE Explorations of Human Experience, Area B, Social and Behavioral Sciences requirement.
ENS 331: Exercise & Nutrition for Health & Fitness 20178 S2 Online This course satisfies the GE Explorations of Human Experience, Area A, Natural Sciences requirement.
GERO 101: Intro to Human Aging 20191 S2 Online This course satisfies the lower-division GE Social and Behavioral Sciences requirement. A lower-division prerequisite course for subsequent upper-division classes for the kinesiology - fitness specialist and gerontology majors.
NUTR 201: Fundamentals of Nutrition 20250 S1 Online This is a lower-division prerequisite course for subsequent upper-division courses in the athletic training, kinesiology, and foods and nutrition majors.
NUTR 313: Contemporary Nutrition 20251 S1 Online This course satisfies the GE Explorations of Human Experience, Area A, Natural Sciences requirement.
NURS 350: Women’s Health Across the Lifespan 20244 S1 Online This course satisfies the GE Explorations of Human Experience, Area A, Natural Sciences requirement.
PH 101: Intro to Public Health 20258 S1 Online This is a lower-division prerequisite course for subsequent upper-division public health classes.
PH 290: Health Professions and Organizations 20259 S2 Online This is a lower-division prerequisite course for subsequent upper-division public health classes.
PH 353: Human Sexuality & Disease 20260 S1 Online This course satisfies the lower-division GE Social and Behavioral Sciences requirement.
PH 362: International Health 20261 S1 Online This course satisfies the lower-division GE Social and Behavioral Sciences requirement.
SLHS 106: Introduction to Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences 20327 S2 Online This is a lower-division prerequisite course for subsequent upper-division speech, language, and hearing sciences classes.
SLHS 150: Sign Languages and Deaf Culture Online This course is a pre-major requirement for the speech, language, and hearing sciences major and it satisfies the GE Explorations of Human Experience, Area B, Social and Behavioral Sciences requirement.
SW 110: Social Work Fields of Service 20352 S2 Online This is a lower-division prerequisite course for subsequent upper-division social work classes.
SWORK 350: Cultural Pluralism 21519 S2 Online This course satisfies the GE Explorations of Human Experience, Area B, Social and Behavioral Sciences requirement.
Course Number and Title Schedule # Session Location Benefits of Enrolling in Summer
JMS 210: Social Media in the Digital Age 20199 S1 Online This course is a pre-major requirement for the advertising, journalism, media studies and public relations majors.
JMS 315: Digital Media Principles and Design 20200 S1 Online This course is not offered every semester, so summer session is a great opportunity to take this course. By taking this course during summer session, you will make room for additional electives in your schedule during the fall and spring semesters.
COMM 300: Conceptualizing Communication 20107 S1 Online This is a prerequisite course for any 400+ level COMM course. By enrolling in this course during summer session, you will be able to enroll in additional major courses faster.
COMM 321: Introduction to Health Communication 20108, 20109 S1, S2 Online This course satisfies the GE Explorations of Human Experience, Area B, Social and Behavioral Sciences requirement. This is also a required course for health communication majors and a prerequisite course for any 400+ level HEALTH COMM courses.
COMM 350: Investigating Communication 20110 S2 Online This is a prerequisite course for any 400+ level COMM course. By enrolling in this course during summer session, you will be able to enroll in additional major courses faster.
COMM 371: Intercultural Communication 20111, 20112 S1, S2 Online This course satisfies the GE Explorations of Human Experience, Area B, Social and Behavioral Sciences and the cultural diversity requirements. This course (in addition to two other courses) satisfies the Conceptualizing Communication section for the communication major requirements.
COMM 462: Ethnography and Communication 20113 S1 Online This course satisfies the Investigating Communication section of the communication major requirements, which must be completed before taking Comm 495 Capstone. You can take this class during summer session, prior to Capstone.
COMM 495: Communication Capstone: Conceptualizing and Investigating Communication 20114 S2 Online If you were unable to complete this course during a previous semester, but you are planning on walking/graduating this spring, you can enroll in this course during summer session and still walk/graduate in the spring semester prior to summer session.
MUS 151: Introduction to Music 20239, 20240 S1 Online This course satisfies the Arts: Art, Cinema, Dance, Music, and Theatre section of the Arts and Humanities General Education (GE) requirement or if you are a music major, this helps to satisfy major requirements. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
MUS 345: World Music in Contemporary Life 20241 S1 Online This course can be used towards satisfying the Performance Arts option within the Liberal Studies major, If you are a music major and a candidates for a teacher credential, this course helps to satisfy the Music Education requirement in addition to music majors needing to satisfy upper-division courses. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
MUS 351: Music and Culture: Hip Hop 20242, 20243 S2 Online This course satisfies the Humanities General Education (GE) requirement or if you are a music major, this helps to satisfy upper-division major requirements. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
ART 157: Introduction to Art 20024 S2 Online This course satisfies the Arts: Art, Cinema, Dance, Music, and Theatre section of the Arts and Humanities General Education (GE) requirement or if you are art major, this course is a prerequisite for upper-division courses. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
ART 107: Photography and Visual Communication 20023 S1 Online This course helps to satisfy art minor requirements. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
ART 452: Art and Design Internship 20025, 20026 T1 Arranged This course satisfies a major requirement for multimedia, graphic design, art history, and art studio majors, the art elective requirement in all art areas, and the art minor requirement. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
TFM 160: Cinema as Art 20356, ***** S2 Online, Campus This course satisfies the Arts: Art, Cinema, Dance, Music, and Theatre section of the Arts and Humanities General Education (GE) requirement. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
TFM 363: International Cinema 20357 S2 Online This course satisfies the Humanities General Education (GE) requirement. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
TFM 430: History of Prime-Time Television 20358 S1 Online This course satisfies the Humanities General Education (GE) requirement. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Course Number and Title Session Location Benefits of Enrolling in Summer
Biology
Bio 100 General Biology S1 Online This course satisfies the Life Sciences General Education (GE) requirement and this is a required course for psychology majors. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Bio 212 Human Anatomy S1/S2 Campus (Lab) This course is a required course for kinesiology and public health majors, and all exercise and nutritional sciences emphases. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Bio 335 The Human body upper div GE S1 Online This course satisfies the Natural Sciences section of the Explorations of Human Experience General Education (GE) requirement. This course is popular among all majors. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Bio 336 Human Physiology upper div GE S1 Campus This course satisfies the Natural Sciences section of the Explorations of Human Experience General Education (GE) requirement and is a required course for kinesiology, public health, foods and nutrition, and mechanical engineering with biology emphasis majors, and all exercise and nutritional sciences emphases. This course is popular with many different majors. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Bio 436 Human Physiology Lab S1 Campus (Lab) This is a required course for kinesiology, public health, foods and nutrition, and mechanical engineering with biology emphasis majors, and all exercise and nutritional sciences emphases. This course is popular with many different majors. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Bio 560 Animal Physiology S1 Campus This is a required course for biology majors. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Chemistry
Chem 100 Principles of Chemistry T1 Lecture on-line; Lab in person This course satisfies the Physical Sciences section of the Foundations of Learning General Education (GE) requirement. This is a required course for exercise and nutritional sciences, engineering, biology, and chemistry majors. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Chem 200 Gen Chem S2 Campus This is a required course for biology, chemistry, and engineering majors. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Chem 232 Organic Chem S2 Campus Lecture/Lab This is a required course for biology, chemistry, kinesiology, and public health majors. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Chem 130 Elementary Organic Chem Online This is a required course for foods and nutrition, environmental engineering, and public health majors. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Chem 300 Forensic Science S1 Online This course satisfies the Natural Sciences section of the Explorations of Human Experience General Education (GE) requirement. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Chem 365 BioChem S1 Campus This is a required course for biology majors. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Computer Science
CS 108 Intermediate Computer Programming S1 Online This is a prerequisite course for computer science, applied math, and engineering majors. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
CS 301 Computers and Society S1 Online This course satisfies the Natural Sciences section of the Explorations of Human Experience General Education (GE) requirement. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
CS 310 Data Structures S1 Campus This is a prerequisite course for computer science, math, and engineering majors. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
CS 320 Programming Languages S1 Campus This is a prerequisite course for computer science, math, and engineering majors. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
CS 470 Unix System S2 Campus This is a prerequisite course for computer science and computer engineering majors. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
CS 490 Senior Seminar Campus This is a required course for computer science majors. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
CS 514 Data Base Theory Campus This is a required course for computer science majors. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
CS 570 Operating Systems Campus, Online This is a required course for computer science majors. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Geological Sciences
Geological Sciences 100 Planet Earth S2 Online This course satisfies the Physical Sciences section of the Foundations of Learning General Education (GE) requirement. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Geological Sciences 303 Natural Disasters S2 Online This course satisfies the Physical Sciences section of the Foundations of Learning General Education (GE) requirement. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Oceanography
Oceanography 320 Oceans of Change S1 Online This course satisfies the Natural Sciences section of the Explorations of Human Experience General Education (GE) requirement. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Mathematics
Math 105X College Algrebra Support Campus This is a required course for students who have not satisfied the SDSU Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning Assessment requirement.
Math 105 College Algrebra Campus This is a required course for students who have not satisfied the SDSU Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning Assessment requirement.
Math 120 Calculus for Business Campus This course satisfies the Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning section of the Foundations of Learning General Education (GE) requirement. This is a required course for business and economic majors. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Math 150 Calculus Campus This course satisfies the Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning section of the Foundations of Learning General Education (GE) requirement. This is a required course for all STEM majors. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Math 151 Calculus II Campus This course satisfies the Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning section of the Foundations of Learning General Education (GE) requirement. This is a required course for all STEM majors. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Statistics
Stat 119 Elementray Statitics Business Campus This course satisfies the Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning section of the Foundations of Learning General Education (GE) requirement. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Stat 350A Statistical Methods Online This course can help satisfy a major requirement for business, economics, computer science, mathematics, statistics and psychology majors. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Stat 350B Statistical Methods Online This course can help satisfy a major requirement for business, economics, computer science, mathematics, statistics and psychology majors. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Physics
Phys 180A Fundamentals of Physics S1 Online This course can help satisfy a major requirement for biology, kinesiology, pre-physical therapy, and speech, language and hearing majors. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Phys 180B Fundamentals of Physics S2 Online This course can help satisfy a major requirement for biology, kinesiology, pre-physical therapy, and speech, language and hearing majors. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Phys 182 A Physical Measurmens Lab S1 Campus This course can help satisfy a major requirement for biology, kinesiology, pre-physical therapy, and speech, language and hearing majors. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Phys 182 B Physical Measurmens Lab S2 Campus This course can help satisfy a major requirement for biology, kinesiology, pre-physical therapy, and speech, language and hearing majors. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Phys 195L S1 Campus This course can help satisfy a major requirement for engineering, physics, and computer science majors. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Psychology
Psy 101 Introductory Psy S1 Online This course satisfies the Social and Behavioral Sciences section of the Foundations of the Foundations of Learning (GE) requirement. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Psy 230 Developmental S1 Online This course can help satisfy a major requirement for psychology, public health, and social work majors. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Psy 332 Adoles Adult Development S1 Online This course can help satisfy a major requirement for psychology, public health, social work, interdisciplinary, child and family development, and kinesiology majors. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Psy 340 Social Psy S1 Online This course satisfies the Explorations of Human Experience section of the Foundations of Learning (GE) requirement. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Psy 350 Abnormal Psy S1 Online This course can help satisfy a major requirement for psychology, public interdisciplinary, and kinesiology majors. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Psy 351 Psy of Personality S2 Online This course satisfies the Social and Behavioral Sciences section of the Foundations of the Foundations of Learning (GE) requirement. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Psy 355 Psy Human Sexual Bevior S1 Online This course can help satisfy a major requirement for psychology and interdisciplinary majors. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Psy 356 Forensic Psy S1 Online This course can help satisfy a major requirement for psychology and criminal justice majors. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Psy 407 Health Psy S2 Online This course can help satisfy a major requirement for psychology and public health majors. By taking this course during summer session, you will have more flexibility when deciding which courses to take during the fall and spring semesters.
Course Number and Title Schedule # Session Location Benefits of Enrolling in Summer
ACCTG 201: FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING FUND 20001 S1 Online One of the required courses for admission to the business major.
ACCTG 202: MANAGERIAL ACCTG FUND 20002 S1 Online One of the required courses for admission to the business major.
ACCTG 325: INTERMED MANAG & TAX ACCT 20003 S1 Online One of the required courses for finance majors.
ACCTG 332: TAXATION OF BUSINESS 20004 S1 Online One of the required courses for all accounting majors.
ACCTG 333: ACCOUNTING INFO SYSTEMS 20005 S1 Online One of the required courses for all accounting majors.
ACCTG 432: COST MANAGEMENT 20007 S1 Campus One of the required courses for all accounting majors.
ACCTG 503: FEDERAL TAXATION OF INDIV 20008 S1 Campus Course can be used to meet degree requirements
ACCTG 505: FRAUD EXAMINATION 20009 S1 Online Course can be used to meet degree requirements
ACCTG 630: ETHICS IN ACCOUNTING 20010 S2 Online Course can be used to meet degree requirements
ACCTG 663: FIN STATEMENT ANALYSIS 20011 S1 Campus Course can be used to meet degree requirements
B A 300: ETHICAL DEC MAKING IN BUS 20031 S1 Campus One of the required core courses for all business majors.
B A 300: ETHICAL DEC MAKING IN BUS 20032 S2 Campus One of the required core courses for all business majors.
B A 310: FOUNDATION BUS GLOBAL 20033 S1 Online One of the required core courses for all business majors.
B A 310: FOUNDATION BUS GLOBAL 20034 S2 Online One of the required core courses for all business majors.
B A 323: FUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCE 20035 S1 Online One of the required core courses for all business majors.
B A 323: FUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCE 20036 S2 Online One of the required core courses for all business majors.
B A 350: MGT & ORG BEHAVIOR 20037 S1 Campus One of the required core courses for all business majors.
B A 360: INTRO OP & SC MGT 20038 S1 Online One of the required core courses for all business majors.
B A 360: INTRO OP & SC MGT 20039 S2 Online One of the required core courses for all business majors.
B A 370: MARKETING 20040 S1 Online One of the required core courses for all business majors.
B A 370: MARKETING 20041 S2 Online One of the required core courses for all business majors.
B A 405: INTNL BUS STRAT & INTEGRA 20042, 20043 S1 Campus One of the required core courses for all business majors.
B A 405: INTNL BUS STRAT & INTEGRA 20044, 20045 S2 Campus One of the required core courses for all business majors.
B A 630: BUSINESS STRATEGY 20046 S1 Campus One of the required courses for MBA students.
FIN 240: LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUS 20181 S1 Online One of the required courses for admission to the business major.
FIN 321: MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS 20182 S1 Campus One of the required courses for finance majors.
FIN 327: INVESTMENTS 20183 S2 Campus One of the required courses for finance majors.
FIN 329: INTERNATIONAL BUS FINANCE 20184 S1 Campus One of the required courses for finance majors.
FIN 331: REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES 20185 S1 Campus
FIN 423: FINANCIAL ANALYSIS & MGMT S1 Campus One of the required courses for finance majors.
FIN 654: SEM INTERNATIONAL BUS FIN 20186 S2 Campus Elective courses for MBA students.
MGT 357: MULTINATL BUS & COMP MGMT 21504 S2 Campus One of the required courses for management majors.
MGT 401: BUSINESS INTERNSHIP 20226 T1 Campus One of the required courses for management majors.
MGT 444: BUS ETHICS & CORP GOVRNC 20227 S2 Campus One of the required courses for management majors.
MGT 475: LEADERSHIP IN ORGS 20228 S2 Campus One of the required courses for management majors.
MGT 721: SEM GROUP PROC & LEADERSHIP 20229 S1 Campus Elective courses for MBA students.
MIS 180: PRINCIPLES INFO SYSTEMS 20230 S1 Online One of the required courses for admission to the business major.
MIS 301: STATISTIC ANALYS FOR BUS 20231 S1 Online
MIS 301: STATISTIC ANALYS FOR BUS 20232 S2 Online
MIS 755: IS SECURITY MANAGEMENT 20233 S1 Campus Elective courses for MBA students.
MKTG 371: CONSUMER BEHAVIOR 20234 S1 Online One of the required courses for marketing majors.
MKTG 470: MARKETING RESEARCH 20235 S2 Online One of the required courses for marketing majors.
MKTG 476: INTERNET/INTERACTIVE MKTG 20236 S1 Online Can be used as a marketing elective
MKTG 479: STRATEGIC MARKETING MGMT 20237 S1 Campus One of the required courses for marketing majors.
MKTG 496: MARKETING & SALES INTERN 20238 T1 Online Can be used as a marketing elective

Steps to Become Eligible for Summer Session Registration for Transfer Students

  1. Double check the following requirements and make sure that you have:
    • Completed three of the four Golden Four General Education (GE) courses with a "C-" or higher grade by the end of fall 2019. The fourth Golden Four General Education course may be in-progress in spring 2020, and a "C-" or higher grade must be earned. The Golden Four courses include GE Oral Communication, GE Written Communication, GE Critical Thinking and GE Mathematics.
    • Completed a minimum of 60 transferable semester (or 90 or more quarter) units by the end of the spring 2020 term. Summer 2020 will not be used to meet this requirement.
    • Met and maintained the overall cumulative GPA requirement for the major that you were admitted to.
  2. Complete the Intent to Enroll process.
  3. Check your residency status in the SDSU WebPortal on the Admission Status screen. If your residency status shows, "Undetermined," then you must complete the Residency Clarification form, which was sent to you in April, prior to submitting the Summer Session Registration Request form. Once the residency determination has been made, you may submit the Summer Session Registration Request form.
  4. Complete and submit the Summer Session Registration Request form below. Once the form is submitted, the Office of Admissions will verify your admission eligibility through a review of your official documents. Please keep in mind that admission decisions were based on self-reported information from your Supplemental Application. The Office of Admissions will verify your reported information upon receiving your official transcripts and test scores. All courses required for admission must be passed with a "C-" or higher grade and you must also maintain the grade point average reported on your application. Note: If the admission requirements are not met, the offer of admission may be withdrawn.

    Summer Session Registration Request Deadlines
    Please keep in mind that requests need to be submitted by the deadlines listed below.

    Summer Session Dates Request Deadline
    Six Week Summer Session 1 (S1) May 26 - July 13, 2020 May 18, 2020*
    Thirteen Week Summer Session (T1) May 26 - August 19, 2020 May 18, 2020*
    Six Week Summer Session 2 (S2) July 7 - August 19, 2020 June 30, 2020

    *Any requests submitted after this deadline will be considered for Summer Session 2 (S2).

Once the Office of Admissions verifies your admission eligibility through a review of your official documents, you will receive an email informing you of the status of your summer session registration request. If eligible, information regarding your assigned summer registration date and time will be available in your SDSU WebPortal.

If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Admissions at (619) 594-6336 or [email protected].

Summer Session Registration Request Form

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Courses for New Freshman Students

Review the Summer Class Schedule to see which courses are available for you to take this summer.