In an effort to increase the options available to students for summer study, IWP will be offering two separate sessions for the summer 2017 semester.
Both sessions will be eight weeks long. Four-credit classes will meet twice per week, and two-credit classes will meet once per week. Session 1 will take place from May 15-July 4, and Session 2 will run from July 10-August 29. The start of the Fall 2017 semester will be the week of September 4 — one week later than usual.
“The move to two summer sessions was done to reduce pressure on students who want to take more than one course during the summer,” said Dean Mackubin Owens. “It allows more flexibility for them to take the courses they want when they want.”
Courses this summer will include: The Role and Importance of Human Intelligence, International Organizations and Multilateral Diplomacy, Islam and Geopolitics in Eurasia, and many others.
For more information, please see the academic calendar.