College of Engineering to offer more than 100 courses during summer semester 

By Austin Phillips

Published: Apr 2, 2020 10:30:00 AM

Arrangements to offer additional courses are being made. Those courses will be announced and updated when available. Arrangements to offer additional courses are being made. Those courses will be announced and updated when available.

To meet the growing demand of summer classes, the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering will offer more than 100 courses, from freshman to graduate-level, for the upcoming 2020 summer semester.

Registration for summer semester classes opens April 6 for Auburn University students.

The summer semester session 1 is a 10-week session from May 20-July 31, session 2 is a five-week session from May 20-June 23 and session 3 is a five-week session from June 29- July 31.

Although most engineering courses are offered only during the 10-week term, many core courses are offered during the five-week sessions, and students are encouraged to register early to ensure they are enrolled in the section of their choosing.

Registration continues through the start of each of the three sessions.

The college will offer one or more sections of courses in:

  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Biosystems Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Science and Software Engineering
  • Computer Science
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Engineering
  • Industrial and Systems Engineering
  • Materials Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering

To view the full listing of course offerings, click here.

Arrangements to offer additional courses are being made. Those courses will be announced and updated when available. 

“Enrolling for summer classes provides an opportunity to continue making progress toward the student’s degree program,” said Bob Karcher, assistant dean for Engineering Student Services. “Students can enroll for one mini-term, two mini-terms or a combination of a full-term and mini-terms. It’s a great way to stay on track.”

Consistent with current guidance provided by public health officials, Auburn University will suspend on-campus instruction for Summer 2020 sessions 1 and 2 and those courses will be delivered remotely. A decision regarding course delivery for session 3 — remotely or on-campus — will be made by June 1. 

The university has also canceled all study abroad programs for summer 2020 due to risks associated with international and domestic travel during the COVID-19 outbreak. Students who had planned to study abroad should work with their academic advisors to identify potential summer course alternatives where possible.

Media Contact: Austin Phillips, austinp@auburn.edu, 334-844-2444

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