Summer Courses 2020
As per the President’s message in light of COVID-19:
In short, all summer courses will be offered through online and other methods of distance learning. We wanted to communicate this information as soon as possible so that teaching staff and students could plan accordingly.
In order to give our departments and faculties time to appropriately adjust the slate of summer course offerings, we have delayed summer course registrations by three weeks to April 16, 2020. The full schedule of courses offered will be available on Carleton Central on April 6, 2020 and the summer term will start on May 4, 2020, as planned.
Please note that the History Department will be adjusting our summer course offerings in light of these new instructions. The information on this page is therefore subject to change.
Course descriptions and information on instructors will be added as they become available. In the meantime, please check out the brief descriptions in the Undergraduate Calendar.
Please contact the Undergraduate Administrator, Tanya Schwartz, if you require assistance.
|HIST 2401A: History of the United States to 1865 (field c)||May-June||TBC||H. Goldman|
|HIST 2910O: Special Topic in History – A History of Oil (field e)||July-Aug||CUOL||I. Wereley|
|HIST 3116A: History of Disability (field e)||July-Aug||TBC||C. Chisholm|
|HIST 3305T: Crime and State in History (field e)||May-June||CUOL||offered by Law & Legal Studies|
|HIST 3814O: Crafting Digital History (field e)||May-June||CUOL||S. Graham|