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Get ahead in your degree by taking one or more required courses. Watch lectures and complete assignments on your own schedule with on-demand courses taught by top UT professors.  


 • Earn credit online wherever you are this summer.
 • Fulfill core, flag, and upper-division requirements.
 • Stay on track to graduate in four years.

Future you will thank you!

Visit the Registrar’s  Online Course Schedule for official University course information, including flags, prerequisites, course availability, and more.

For more info, please contact: Myra Gibbs | myra@austin.utexas.edu  

LAITS-Supported Summer 2022 Online Courses

 

First Session (June 2nd - July 9th)


AFR 303/ANT 310D Intro to Black Studies - WB

Core: SB | Flag: CD GC E  

AFR 320/HIS 365G Power and Place: Making Texas History - WB

Core: HI | Flag: CD E II  
Traci-Ann Wint

ANT 302 Cultural Anthropology - WB

Core: SB | Flag: GC CD  
Circe Sturm

C C 302 Intro to Ancient Rome - WB

Core: VP | Flag: GC  

E 316M American Literature - WB

Core: HU | Flag: CD  

ECO 304K Intro to Microeconomics - WB

Core: SB | Flag: QR  
Dirk Mateer

GOV 310L American Government - WB 

Core: GO  
Daron Shaw

GOV 306C Politics and Government in Contemporary Texas - WB

Core: GO  

GOV 312L US Foreign Policy - WB 

Core: GO  
Pat McDonald

GOV 350K Statistical Analytics in Political Science - WB

Flag: QR  
Stephen Jessee

GOV 360F Global Governance - WB



GRG 401C The Natural Environment - WB

Core: N1  

HIS 314K History of Mexican Americans in the US - WB

Core: HI | Flag: CD  

H S 301/SOC 308S Intro to Health & Society - WB

Nina Palmo

HIS 315K United States, 1492-1865 - WB

Core: HI | Flag: CD  

HIS 315L The United States Since 1865 - WB

Core: HI | Flag: CD  
Jeremi Suri

Students must attend 2 of 4 live tutoring sessions:
6/4 at 4:00 PM CT
6/11 at 12:00 PM CT
6/18 at 2:00 PM CT
6/25 at 10:00 AM CT


LAT 506 First Year Latin I - WB


PSY 301 Intro to Psychology - WB

Core: SB  

PSY 306 Intro to Human Sexuality - WB

Core: SB  
Davis Buss and  Cindy Meston

PSY 308 Biopsychology - WB

Juan Dominguez

PSY 309 Personality - WB

Kirsten Bradbury

PSY 317L Intro Statistics for Behavioral Sciences - WB

Core: MA | Flag: QR  
James Curley

PSY 319K Social Psychology - WB

Marlone Henderson

PSY 333D Intro to Developmental Psychology - WB

Jessica Church-Lang

PSY 353K Psychopharmacology - WB

Hongjoo (Joanne) Lee

RUS 406 First Year Russian I - WB

Heather Rice
MWF 10:00 - 11:00AM CT

SOC 302 Intro to the Study of Society - WB

Core: SB 

SOC 325L Sociology of Criminal Justice - WB

William Kelly

WGS 305 Intro to Women and Gender Studies - WB

Flag: CD  
Samantha Pinto

Second Session (July 11th - August 15th)


AFR 303/ANT 310D Intro to Black Studies - WB

Core: SB | Flag: CD GC E  
Traci-Ann Wint

AFR 320/HIS 365G Power and Place: Making Texas History - WB

Core: HI | Flag: CD E II  
Traci-Ann Wint

AMS 310/HIS 315G Intro to American Studies - WB

Core: HI | Flag: CD  
Lauren Gutterman

ANT 304T Intro to Texas Archaeology - WB

Core: N1 | Flag: CD  
Mariah Wade

C C 303 Intro to Classical Mythology - WB

Core: VP | Flag: GC  

E 316M American Literature - WB

Core: HU | Flag: CD    

ECO 304L Intro to Macroeconomics - WB

Core: SB | Flag: QR  
Charity-Joy Acchiardo  

GOV 310L American Government - WB 

Core: GO  
Eric McDaniel

GOV 306C Politics and Government in Contemporary Texas - WB

Core: GO  

GOV 312L US Foreign Policy - WB

Core: GO  
Rob Moser

GOV 365W Human Rights/World Politics - WB

Rhonda Evans

HIS 315K United States, 1492-1865 - WB

Core: HI | Flag: CD  

HIS 315L The United States Since 1865 - WB 

Core: HI | Flag: CD  

LAT 507 First Year Latin II - WB


PSY 339 Behavior Problems of Children - WB

Rebecca Neal-Beevers  

PSY 352 Abnormal Psychology - WB

Chris Beevers  

PSY 364 Intro to Clinical Psychology - WB


RUS 407 First Year Russian II - WB

Frane Karabatic
MWF 10:00 - 11:00AM CT

SOC 344 Racial and Ethnic Relations - WB

Nine-week Session (June 2nd - July 28th)


GOV 374N Political Internship - WB


PSY 420M Psych Methods/Statistics - WB

Flag: QR Wr II  
Larry Cormack

Whole Session (June 2nd - August 15th)


FR 406 Introductory French I - WB


FR 407 Introductory French II - WB

FR 412K Intermediate French I - WB

Core Key:
GO  American and Texas Government
 HI   United States History
HU  Humanities
MA  Mathematics
N1   Natural Science and Technology, Part I
N2  Natural Science and Technology, Part II
SB  Social and Behavioral Sciences
VP  Visual and Performing Arts
Flag Key:
CD  Cultural Diversity in the United States
 E   Ethics
GC  Global Cultures
 II   Independent Inquiry
QR  Quantitative Reasoning
Wr  Writing