|Summer A 2018 (6 credits)||click here for price*||click here for dates|
|Summer A 2018 (9 credits)||click here for price*||click here for dates|
|Summer B 2018 (3 credits)||click here for price*||click here for dates|
|Summer C 2018 (3 credits)||click here for price*||click here for dates|
Aix-en-Provence, France: Summer Course Offerings – The School of Humanities and Social Sciences & The French Honors Program at IAU
In case of changes in course availability or schedule conflicts, students planning to take 1 class must get a total of 2 classes approved by their academic advisor. Students planning to take 2 classes must have a total of 4 classes approved. Students planning to take 3 classes must have a total of 6 classes approved. That way, if a class is full or cancelled, or if the classes you want to take meet at the same time, you’ll already have back-up classes that you know your school will accept. When you pre-register for classes (this happens after you’re accepted), you will have to list double the number of classes you actually plan to take, again, in case of cancellations or schedule conflicts.
The School of Humanities and Social Sciences offers 3 different summer sessions. Session A is the 6-week session; Session B is a 3-week session taking place during the first 3 weeks of Session A, and Session C is a 3-week session taking place during the last 3 weeks of Session A. Some courses run the full 6-week Summer A session; others meet for just the first 3 weeks (Summer B) or the last 3 weeks (Summer C). Students attending Session A can take classes from ANY of the 3 summer sessions.
Students attending one of the 3-week sessions (Summer B or C) take a maximum of 3 credits (1 class).
Students attending the 6-week session (Summer A) must take 6-9 credits. Please note, Summer A pricing varies depending on whether you take 6 credits or 9 credits. On the Class Schedule linked below, you will see that classes are marked either Session A, Session B, or Session C. Students attending Session A (6 weeks) can combine classes from Session A, B, or C, as long as the days and times do not conflict.
The French Honors Program is available ONLY during Summer A (6-week session). French Honors students must take the mandatory French Honors seminar course plus 1-2 additional courses in French.
For students not enrolling in the French Honors Program, it is not mandatory to take a French language class.
Classes are worth 3 credits each, unless otherwise noted on the schedule linked below.
All courses with course number FRE are taught in French. All other courses are taught in English, unless otherwise noted.
Course offerings and class schedules are subject to change.
*SOME CLASSES CARRY ADDITIONAL FEES, WHICH ARE NOT INCLUDED WITH THE ASA PROGRAM FEE. Students who enroll in a Studio Art course will incur an additional $260 materials fee. Students who enroll in a Wine Studies course will incur an additional $150 materials fee. Students who enroll in a Photography course will incur an additional $150 materials fee. Students who enroll in a Sculpture course will incur an additional $260 materials fee. Students who enroll in a Filmmaking course will incur an additional $150 materials fee. Students who enroll in “French Civilization in Provence” will incur an additional $150 fee for mandatory academic excursions. Students who enroll in “Exploring Impressionism” will incur a $775 fee for a mandatory academic excursion (Paris, overnight). Additional courses besides these may carry additional fees; if so, this will be indicated at the Course Offerings link above.
French Honors Program
The School of Humanities and Social Sciences now offers a French Honors Program during both semester and summer programs! The French Honors Program is designed for advanced French students and French majors as an opportunity to live and study in a 100% French-speaking environment. This program offers students full immersion into their classrooms, French homestays, excursions, and more.
To be eligible, students should have taken at least 4 semesters of college level French (or equivalent) and must be recommended for the program by their home institutions. For further details about the French Honors program, click here!