Florida Institute of Technology

June 26–Aug. 6, 2015

Course Information:

Each student will take two classes on the program (no more & no less).  Five to seven courses from the list below will be offered depending upon student needs upon registration.

Course Number & Name
HUM 2052 Civ 2*** Renaissance to Modern
HUM 2085*** Critical Approaches to Humanities: Oxford authors: C. S. Lewis, Tolkien (Chronicles of Narnia & Lord of the Rings)*
HUM 2085*** Critical Approaches to Humanities:  Religions of the World*

 
COM 2223*** Scientific & Technical Communication
COM 2224 Business and Professional Writing
MTH 1002 Calculus 2**
MTH 2001*** Calculus 3**
MTH 2201*** Differential Equations**
MTH 2401*** Probability and Statistics
BUS 3601*** Marketing Principles
BUS 4686*** International Marketing 
BUS 5470*** Marketing Management (MBA)
BUS 5070*** Special Topics:  International Marketing (MBA)

* HUM 2085 can be used as a Social Science or Humanities elective.

** These Math courses are four credit hour classes and have a supplemental tuition charge of $806 (rather than $1075- save $269). 

*** These classes were taught in summer 2014.

Oxford Course Details

  • Classes will be held from June 30–August 5.
  • Courses are taught 4 to 5 days per week for 2 hours each day.  The 4 credit hour math/physics courses are 2.5 to 3 hours per class period.
  • Courses are taught by Oxford based professors.  
  • Drops are not permitted and courses are offered for a letter grade only.
  • Some courses may require out-of-classroom events such as attending plays or museum visits.  You will need to pay for tickets/transport on some occasions.
  • Refer to the Florida Tech University Catalog for course prerequisites.
  • There is a 2.0 minimum GPA requirement to participate in the program.

All participants are subject to the Florida Tech Code of Conduct and Disciplinary System outlined in the Student Handbook. Any student who is a danger to him/herself or others will be sent home at his/her own expense with no refunds.