Jupiter Summer Courses Program 2017

Tentative Summer Courses

Take courses on FAU's unique live-and-learn Jupiter campus. Take hands-on courses in humanities, science and more. The courses are offered through the Honors College and will be taught by faculty from the Honors College. Please see description of courses below.

Summer Term 1 (May 15 -  August 2, 2017)

CRN Course Title Credits Instructor(s) Day Time Notes
  ASN 3006 H Intro to Asian Studies 3 Fewkes Online Online No prereq. Satisfies HUM-B or GC-I core


Summer Term 2 (May 15- June 26, 2017)

CRN Course Title Credits Instructor(s) Day Time Notes
  PCB 3411 H Animal Behavior 3 Moore MW 11:30 a.m. - 2:40 p.m.  Prereq of 8 credits Bio; elective for Bio concentration
  SYG 1000 H Intro to Sociology 3 Njambi MW 3 p.m.-6:10 p.m. No prereqs; satisfies SBA-A 
  SPN 1121 H Beg Spanish 2 4 Cañete Quesada MWF 9:15 a.m. - 11:25 a.m. Prereq of SPN 1120
  AMH 3630 H Environmental History 3 Strain TR 11:30 a.m. - 2:40 p.m. No Prereq; satisfies SBA-B or GC-E core
  CHM 2210 H Organic Chemistry 1 3 Dragojlovic TR 6 p.m. - 9:10 p.m. Prereq: CHM 2046/L


CHM 2204L H Organic Chemistry 1 Lab (2 sections) 1 Chandresekhar W or F 1 p.m. - 6:50 p.m.  

Summer Term 2 

Summer Term 3 (June 27-August 7, 2016)

CRN Course Title Credits Instructor(s) Day Time Notes
  STA 2023 H Introductory Statistics 3 McGovern TR 9:45 a.m. - 12:55 p.m. No prereq. Satisfies Math core
  CHM 2211 H Organic Chemistry 2 3 Dragojlovic TR 6 p.m. - 9:10 p.m. Prereq: CHM 2046/L
  CHM 2205L H Organic Chemistry 2 Lab (2 sections) 1 Chandrasekhar W or F 1 p.m. - 6:50 p.m.  

  • Registration opens for FAU students on TBA
  • Registration opens for Non-FAU students TBA (more information below)
  • Courses run contingent on sufficient enrollment

Course Descriptions

Honors American Environmental History (AMH 3630) is a one-term overview of U.S. history focusing on people's relationships with the land and the natural environment. It will examine how U.S. Americans have perceived their environment over the past four centuries, as well as how they have acted to shape that environment.


Non-FAU Students are Welcome!

The courses offered at FAU Jupiter are available to non-FAU students!

To register for courses being offered on the Jupiter FAU campus a student can enroll as a "non-degree seeking" student. To become a non-degree seeking student at FAU, you will need to submit a one page application, pay a $30 application fee, and submit two forms (immunization form and residency form). All supporting documents must be submitted to the FAU Office of the Registrar no later than TWO WEEKS before the registration date (May 9, 2016). Below are detailed instructions for enrolling as a non-degree seeking student, application ans supporting documents.

Note: Please send application packet and payment to the address below:

Registrar/Financial Aid
Florida Atlantic University
John D. MacArthur Campus
5353 Parkside Drive
Jupiter, Florida 33458

Instructions and forms

Instructions for Non-Degree Enrollment
Non-Degree Enrollment Application
Non-Degree Residency Classification
Immunization Form

Jupiter Summer Program

Campus Housing

Students will have the opportunity to live in the Jupiter residence halls during the time they are enrolled in courses. For example, if students are enrolled for the first summer session, they will be able to live in the dorms for that period. Rates will be affordable for students. Living in the campus housing will provide students with the advantages of living in close proximity to their classes, the faculty and research laboratories.

Jupiter Summer Program

Contact us

For more information or to register, please contact Dr. Monica Maldonado at 561.799.8647 or mmaldonado@fau.edu, or visit www.fau.edu/registrar.

If accommodation(s) for a disability is required contact Person/Phone Number/TTY 1.800.955.8770, a minimum of five (5) working days in advance of the date of the event.

Last Modified 2/16/17