Immerse yourself in Beloit Blocks
Offered exclusively during the summer, the block format allows students and faculty to deeply explore a course topic in a way that is often not possible in the regular academic year when both students and faculty balance multiple classes and commitments. Students concentrate on one course for three weeks and earn 1.0 unit of credit. Financial assistance is available for all courses. For more information about the Summer term course offerings, please contact the Office of Summer Programs, firstname.lastname@example.org or 608-363-2373.
Summer Term 2017
Dates: May 17-June 7
- ANTH 375: Migrants, Immigrants and Refugees (L1, W, C) with Jennifer Esperanza
- CLAS 201: Ghosts of Rome (2A, C, L1) with Lisl Walsh & Matthew Taylor
- ENGL 223: Creative Writing in the Archives (2A,W) with Francesca Abbate
- SPAN 320/CPLT 230: Uncovering the Uncanny and the Unknown in the Hispanic Short Story (5T, W, C) with Amy Tibbitts