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Summer Sessions - 2019

PASS (Plan a Student Schedule) is currently open with a listing of summer classes along with all details about these courses (instructors, number of students enrolled, etc.).
Go to PASS and select "Summer Quarter 2019" to see detailed class offerings.


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Special Session Academic Offerings

Cal Poly’s Extended Education Program expands the opportunities for students at and outside of the CSU. Educational programs and workshops are available to fulfill credit, and are available during the summer. The courses offered range from life and experience classes to math and science.

CM S413: Jobsite Construction Management

Management activities applicable to the construction process involving techniques, applications, and theory needed in a jobsite enviroment. Addresses the relationships, roles, and perspectives of all stakeholders. Integrated utilization of temporary structures associated with field construction. 3 laboratories, 2 activities.

Prerequisite: CM 313.

Professional Preparation: Construction Practice

Professional practice related to the construction management industry. Goals and objectives achieved through analysis, study, and preparation for a particular professional practice.The Schedule of Classes will list topic selected. Total credit limited to 8 units. 1-6 activities.

Prerequisite: Third-year standing, or consent of instructor.

Human Gross Anatomy

BIO 471 (Selected Advanced Laboratory) will provide students with a unique Learn by Doing opportunity to learn and perform human cadaver dissection, and complete an advanced study of regional human anatomy. During this “First Patient” experience, students will be trained in willed-body donation ethics and laboratory safety, engage in clinical context discussions, and learn skillful dissections under the guidance of a licensed medical professional. Students will perform a whole-body dissection that includes the musculo-skeletal and nervous tissues, vasculature, and viscera of body regions including: head, neck, torso, extremities and body cavities.

It will be a high-demand opportunity for pre-medical and health sciences students who must complete pre-requisites that include a human cadaver experience.

Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Recommended: Grade of B- or better in an anatomy or physiology course at Cal Poly or the equivalent (ex: BIO 231, 232, 361, 406-409).

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