Registration for Summer 2010 Courses

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Balance your schedule this summer with more than 40 courses to choose from in the Schools of Architecture, Building Construction, City and Regional Planning, Industrial Design and Music.

From music recording to parametric modeling and design; historic preservation to real estate development, most courses are open to all Georgia Tech students. Georgia Tech alumni, local practitioners and others can apply online for the opportunity to take summer courses as:
- Non-degree special students: one who is not currently enrolled/pursuing a degree at another institution and who desires to enroll at Georgia Tech for one or more terms to take advanced coursework for personal or professional growth.
- Transient students: one who desires to enroll at Georgia Tech in order to take applicable advanced coursework which will transfer back to the home institution.

REGISTER TODAY! Sections with low enrollment at the end of Phase I registration (April 23) may be discontinued.

EARLY MINI-MESTER / May 17--June 23
ARCH 4420-Introduction to Design Computing
* ARCH 2112-History of Architecture II, time TBD
* ARCH 4124-History of Architecture in the U.S., time TBD
ARCH 6427-Parametric Modeling and Design, time TBD
* MUSI 3450A-Survey of Music Technology, MWF 1:00-2:50 PM
* MUSI 3450B-Survey of Music Technology, MWF 1:00-2:50 PM
* MUSIC 3450C-Survey of Music Technology, MWF 1:00-2:50 PM
* MUSI 4450-Integrating Music Into Multimedia, MWF 10:00-11:45 AM

FULL SEMESTER / May 17--August 6
^+ ARCH 4107/6107 - Introduction to Historic Preservation, MW 2:00-3:45
BC 4120/6275-Community Design & Construction, T 6:00-9:30 PM
BC 4700/6025-Construction Management, TR 4:00-5:45 PM
BC 4720/6920-Residential Construction & Property Management, W 6:00-9:30 PM
BC 4730/6910-Best Practice Multi-Family Property, Th 6:00-9:30 PM
BC 4735/6175-Real Estate Development & Construction, M 6:00-9:30 PM
CP 4510/6514-Geographic Information Systems, M 5:30-9:00 PM
CP 4610-Introduction to Real Estate Investment, Th 4:00-7:30
CP 8883-Special Topics-Prof. Comm. for Planners, W 5:30-9:00
^ ID 4418-Design Sketching, TR 10:00-11:45 AM
<> MUSI 1103/2103/3103/4103-Concert Band TR 4:30-5:45 PM
<> MUSI 1202/2202/3202/4202-Chorale, TR 5:00-6:15 PM
* MUSI 3610-Composers 1500-1800, TR 10:00-11:10 AM
* MUSI 3620-Composers 1800-Present, TR 2:00-3:10 PM
MUSI 3803-3- Special Topics-Media Production, TR 9:20-11:40 AM
MUSI 2521/2522/3521/3522/4521/4522-Electronic Percussion Studio/Ensemble, TR 10:30-11:40 AM
MUSI 4630A-Music Recording and Mixing, TR 1:35-2:55 PM
MUSI 4630B-Music Recording and Mixing, TR 1:35-2:55 PM

LATE MINI-MESTER / June 28--August 6
* Arch 4110-Public Space/The Roman City, MTWR 4:00-6:00 PM
Arch 4411-Introduction to Visual Arts, time TBD
Arch 4420-Introduction to Design Computing, time TBD
Arch 6426-3D Modeling, MWF 9:20-11:55
Arch 6427-Parametric Modeling and Design, time TBD
* ID 2202-History of Modern ID, MTWRF 1:20-2:35
* MUSI 3610-Composers 1800-Present, TR 2:00-4:35 PM
* MUSI 2600-Music Theory I, TR 10:00-12:35 PM

* Offers Humanities credit
^ Course will be listed as 4803 or 6803 during early registration.
+ Offers Social Science credit
<> Offers Humanities credit if taken for four semesters

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  • Workflow Status: Published
  • Created By: Teri Nagel
  • Created: 08/03/2010
  • Modified By: Fletcher Moore
  • Modified: 10/07/2016

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