GALESBURG, Illinois -- Knox College is offering Summer Term from June 9 to July 2, with courses that are open to current Knox students, students from other institutions, continuing education students, and high-achieving high school students. Registration is open through May 7. Please see the Knox Summer Term web page for further details and course registration procedures.
Members of Knox’s nationally recognized faculty will teach all Summer Term courses, which are designed to provide students with opportunities to engage in new challenges, broaden their academic studies, stay on pace for graduation, and prepare for careers.
“Summer Term is a great option for students who already attend Knox, for other college and high school students, and for lifelong learners,” said Michael Schneider, Provost and Dean of the College. “Summer Term students will have an authentic human-powered Knox experience, learning alongside a world-class faculty of scholars and researchers and bright, talented students of diverse backgrounds from across the country and around the world.”
All Summer Term courses will be held during a single 3.5-week session, with courses offered in remote, hybrid, and on-campus modes of delivery. Each regular course is worth 1.0 Knox credit (with the exception of CTL 161).
Registration for Summer Term ends on May 7, 2021.
A full list of courses offered this year is below.
Summer Term 2021 Courses
ASIA / CHIN 221/321 / GWST 222/322 - Women and Modern Chinese Literature
BUS 211 - Principles of Accounting I
CTL 161 - College Success Seminar (0.5 credits - Knox students only)
EDUC 209 - Theoretical Foundations of ESL & Bilingual Education
ENG / FILM 380FF - Jane Austen and Lizzie Bennet
ENG 104 - Writing Studio
ENG / RELS 125 - The Bible in Literature
ENVS / HIST 115 - Introduction to Archaeology
IDIS 140 - Magic(al) Realism in Film
MATH 121 - Mathematical Ideas
STAT 200 - Introductory Statistics
THTR / ENGL 386 - Latinx Playwrights