Summer Block Courses
May 22 - June 12, 2019
Enjoy Beloit's vibrant campus at its best... in the summer!
Beloit Blocks offer participants the opportunity to immerse themselves in a fascinating topic, work closely with exceptional professors, fulfill various requirements, and earn 1 unit of college credit. During 3 weeks students and faculty engage deeply with issues in a way that is often not possible in the regular academic year when they need to balance multiple classes and commitments.
This summer we will offer eight courses on campus, one online course, and one international course in Rome, Italy.
Eight Beloit Block courses will take place on campus, including our first Weissberg Block on Human Rights and Social Justice.
- ANTH 120: The Human Animal (4U, Q) with Nancy Krusko and Leslie Williams
- ECON 199: Principles of Economics (3B, Q) with Bob Elder
- EDYS 246: Teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language (LAP-1) with Christina Eddington
- ENG 205/223: Creative Writing on Two Wheels (205: 2A, W & 223: W) with Chuck Lewis
- ENG 264: Virtual Reality and Story Telling: Topics in Media and Cultural Analysis with Nahir Otaño Gracia and Matthew Goodwin
- PHY 101: General Physics I (4U) with Patrick Polley
- POLS 295: Human Rights Advocacy (Weissberg Block on Human Rights and Social Justice) with Beth Dougherty
- PSYC 210: Life-span Developmental Psychology (3B, LAP-1) with Suzanne Cox
International Blocks involve travel to another country as part of the course work.
- CLAS 201: Ghosts of Rome (2A, C, LAP-1) with Lisl Walsh and Matthew Taylor
For summer 2019 we will offer the first ever online Beloit Block!
- HEAL 235/CRIS 236: Men's Health (3B) with Ron Watson (ONLINE)