- View all courses provides an unfiltered list of all summer session courses.
- Hybrid courses reduce in-class meetings with online, out-of-class, or interactive learning activities, and may require more independent learning.
- Online courses emphasize self-directed learning using web-based software. Courses may be offered synchronously (at a designated log-on time) or asynchronously (all work is completed individually on your own time). Check with the course instructor for specific details.
- GEP courses explore a variety of academic disciplines essential for a well-rounded citizen. UMBC degree seeking students must meet GEP requirements before graduating.
- Evening courses provide flexible scheduling options.
- Shady Grove courses are a convenient option for students living in Montgomery County and the surrounding areas to take UMBC classes without driving to the main campus. During summer session, classes at the Universities at Shady Grove are open to all UMBC students.
- Courses with prerequisites require successful completion of (or current enrollment in) specific courses identified in the schedule of classes. Special permission may be required, especially for visiting students.
The course syllabi available in these archives are from previous summer and winter sessions, and should only be used as a planning tool. Course instructors will distribute their syllabi for the current session at the beginning of each course or post them on Blackboard prior to the start of the session.
- There may not be an archived course syllabus for every course offered during the current session.
- An archived course syllabus does not guarantee the course will be offered during the current session.
Access summer session syllabi archive.
Access winter session syllabi archive.
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