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Dickinson to Offer Summer Courses From Diverse Disciplines

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Summer 2020 classes will run the academic gamut

During summer 2020, the college will hold classes representing varying academic departments, allowing students to study everything from food systems to cultural anthropology to microeconomics.

The courses are open to current Dickinson students, students from other colleges or universities, and qualified high school students and community members. Non-Dickinson students should contact for additional info.

So to catch up, brush up or dive into something that’s always been of interest, check out the class schedule and sign up between Feb. 10 and April 30, 2020. Anyone interested in summer housing needs to apply by May 1.


  • Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
  • An Introduction to the History of Art
  • Introduction to Organisms, Populations and Ecosystems: Topics in Field Natural History
  • Introduction to Microeconomics
  • Educational Psychology
  • Food Systems Exploration: Introduction to Sustainable Agriculture
  • Political Philosophy
  • Religion and Modern Culture
  • Intermediate Spanish
  • Elementary Statistics


Published January 25, 2020