Tentative Summer Listing

Online Learning Tentative Summer Sessions Schedule for 2019

Summer Sessions registration will open for 2020 academic year on Tuesday, February 4, 2020 at 9:30am AST.

Listed below is a tentative schedule for Summer Sessions 2019-2020 academic year. We make every effort to have accurate, up-to-date schedule information available on our web site at all times but the courses are subject to change without notice. Please refer to the Self-Service Banner for the most up-to-date information.

Summer Session I -  2020 (May to June)

Course Number Course Name
ACCT 2241.1WW Introductory Financial Accounting
ASTR 1010.1WW / WX Life in the Universe
ECON 1201.1WW Principles of Microeconomics
ENGL 1205.1WW Introduction to Literature
GEOG 1100.1WW Global Perspectives on Land and Life
GEOL 1202.1WW Planet Earth: Atlantic Canada Perspective
HIST 3300.1WW British Pop Music & Culture
IDST 2301.1WW Intro Dev Studies:  Perspectives
MGMT 3385.1WW Human Resource Management
PSYC 1200.1WW Introduction to Psychology
PSYC 1260.1WW Introduction to Personality
PSYC 3329.1WW Child Development
PSYC 3347.1WW Longevity and Aging
PSYC 3360.1WW Applied Sport Psychology
PSYC 3393.1WW Psychology of Leadership
RELS 2330.1WW Spirituality and Work

Summer Session II 2020 (July - August)

Course Number Course Name
ACCT 3343.1WW Financial Accounting Analysis
CRIM 3526.1WW Organized Crime
ECON 1202.1WW Principles of Macroeconomics
ENGL 1205.1WW Introduction to Literature
GEOG 1200.1WW People, Place & Environment
GEOG 2310.1WW Geography of Canada
GEOL 1203.1WW Planet History: Atlantic Canada Perspective
IDST 2302.1WW Intro Dev Studies: Polices & Practice
MGMT 4485.1WW Wage and Salary Administration
PSYC 1210.1WW Mind and Brain
PSYC 3347.1WW Longevity and Aging
PSYC 3349.1WW Drugs and Behavior
PSYC 3360.1WW Applied Sport Psychology
RELS 3330.1WW Spirituality in the Workplace

For more information on attending online courses, please visit to www.smu.ca

Credit Hours = Replace Credits

0.5 credits= 3 credit hours
1.0 credits = 6 credit hours.

The 3 year, 15 credit program becomes a 3 year, 90 credit hours program.
The 4 year, 20 credit program becomes a 4 year, 120 credit hours program.

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