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International Summer Sessions

Broward College International Summer Sessions

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Broward College is pleased to offer flexible 2019 summer sessions intended to fit the schedule of busy student from BC and other universities. These sessions include courses that fulfill a wide range of general education, elective, and required courses for various undergraduate majors, and provide enrolled students with a unique opportunity to earn college credits and to accelerate their progress toward graduation.

Classes are offered in three separate sessions: May 27 to June 29 (Session 1), July 1 to August 3 (Session 2), and July 15 to August 9 (Session 3). Students will take courses instructed by well-qualified, full-time college professors, enjoy the convenience of a flexible schedule, and benefit from a high-quality learning experience. Due to the compressed format of the courses offered in the Summer sessions, students may enroll in a maximum of 2 courses (6 semester hours) in the first summer session, and 2 courses (6 semseter hours) in either the second of third session.

First Session: May 27 to June 29, 2019
Second Session: July 1 to August 3, 2019
Third Session: July 15 to August 9, 2019

Note: Applicants are responsible for knowing the transfer policy of their home institutions and obtain Pre-Approval from their home institution registrar's office for each course BEFORE registering for Broward College courses.

Contact Us:
Chong Gao
Director: The Office of International Summer Sessions
Phone: 415-818-2323
Office Location:
          Willis Holcome Center
          Downtown Center
          111 E. Las Olas Blvd.
          Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

Course List:

ACG2071         Managerial Accounting
ACG2100         Intermediate Accounting I
ACG2110         Intermediate Accounting II
AMH2010         History of The United States To 1877
AMH2020         History of The United States Since 1877
ARH2051         Art History: Renaissance to Modern
AST1002          Horizons in Astronomy
BRC2001         Introduction to the Financial Institution
BSC2010         Introduction to Biology I
BSC2010L       Introduction to Biology I Laboratory
BUL2241         Business Law I
BUL2242         Business Law II
CHM1045        General Chemistry I
CHM1045L      General Chemistry I Lab
CHM1046        General Chemistry II
CHM1046L      General Chemistry II Lab
CHM2210        Organic Chemistry I
CHM2210L      Organic Chemistry I Laboratory
CHM2211        Organic Chemistry II
CHM2211L      Organic Chemistry II Laboratory
CIS1000C       Introduction to Computer Science
CIS1001C       Fundamentals of Information Technology
COM2372       New Media Communication for Business
COP2337C     Programming II
COP1000C      Introduction to Computer Programming
CRW1001        Creative Writing I
CRW1300        Poetry Writing
ECO2013         Principles of Macroeconomics
ECO2023         Principles of Microeconomics
ENC1101         Composition
ENC1102         Composition I
ENL2202         British Literature Since 1798
FIN2051          Finance of International Trade
FRE1120         Beginning French I
FRE1121         Beginning French II
HUN1201        Human Nutrition
MAC2311        Calculus and Analytical Geometry I
MAC2312        Calculus and Analytical Geometry II
MAC2313        Calculus and Analytical Geometry III
MAD2104        Discrete Mathematics
MAN2021         Introduction to Management
MAP2302         Differential Equations
MAR1011         Principles of Marketing for the 21st Century
MAR2141         International Marketing
MAS2103         Linear Algebra
PHI2010           Introduction to Philosophy
PHI2600           Introduction to Ethics
PHY2048         General Physics with Calculus I
PHY2048L       General Physics with Calculus I Lab
PHY2049         General Physics with Calculus II
PHY2049L       General Physics with Calculus II Lab
PHY2053         General Physics I
PHY2053L       General Physics I Lab
PHY2054         General Physics II
POS2041         National Government
PSY2012         General Psychology
PSY2012L       General Psychology Lab
REL2300          World Religions
RMI2662          Introduction to Risk Management and Insurance
SOP2002         Social Psychology
SPC1608         Introduction to Public Speaking
STA2023          Statistics
SYG2000         Principles of Sociology
SYG2340         Sociology of Human Sexuality

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