Florida Institute of Technology

June 24–Aug. 3, 2017

Course Information:

Each student will take two classes on the program (no more & no less).  Seven to nine 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 had a supplemental tuition charge of $836 in 2016 (rather than $1115- save $279). 2017 price details coming soon. ONly a slight increase.

*** These classes were taught in summer 2016.

Oxford Course Details

  • Classes will be held from June 27–August 3, 2017.  Attendance is mandatory.
  • Courses are taught 4 to 5 days per week for 2 hours each day.  
  • 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 apply for the program.
  • Classes are mandatory and only 1 unexcused absence per class is permitted before your grade drops. Excused absences are only those with a doctor’s note and proof of a doctor’s visit. Plan your personal travels accordingly.

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.