3 Reasons to Take Online Summer Courses
- Get ahead and graduate on time
- Get into classes that normally fill up
- Continue your studies during your co-op, internship or summer job
Summer 2014 classes will begin Monday, May 12, 2014. Lectures will be streamed live and posted online the same day the class meets on campus. All times of posted lectures, exams and assignments will be EST (Eastern Standard Time). Please make sure that you take into consideration the time difference.
Students are responsible for arranging their own proctors for online courses. Students should begin their search for an appropriate proctor as soon as they are interested in registering for a summer course. For more information on selecting a proctor, click here.
- Log into the GT Courses website with 'GT_Demo' as your user name and 'gtdemo' as the password.
- Once you have logged in look for the 'System Requirements' section in the center of the screen to make sure your computer can play the sample lectures.
- Click on "Sample Recordings" at the top of the screen.
- Download the Viewing GT Courses Guide for complete instructions on viewing the sample lectures.
Summer 2014 Schedule
These courses operate on the same schedule as campus courses. There is no delay.
CEE 4530 ⋅ Timber & Masonry Design ⋅
Stress-based design of tension, compression, and flexural members; design of building systems, unreinforced and reinforced walls using timber and masonry construction materials and techniques.
ECE 3020 ⋅ Mathematical Foundations of CMPE ⋅
Fundamental concepts in discrete mathematics and their efficient realization via algorithms, data structures, computer programs, and hardware. Discussion of engineering and computational applications.
ECE 3025 ⋅ Electromagnetics ⋅
To present the laws and applications of electromagnetics.
ECE 3550 ⋅ Feedback Control Systems ⋅
Analysis and design of control systems. Laplace transforms, transfer functions, and stability. Feedback systems: tracking and disturbance rejection. Graphical design techniques.
ECE 3710 ⋅ Circuits and Electronics ⋅
An introduction to electric circuit elements and electronic devices and a study of circuits containing such devices. Both analog and digital systems are considered.
HIST 2112 ⋅ United States since 1877 ⋅
The social, political, and economic history of the United States since Reconstruction. Topics include American industrialization, two world wars, New Deal, and the Civil Rights movement.
HTS 3015 ⋅ History of the Vietnam War ⋅
Diplomatic, military, and social aspects of America's war in Vietnam, including antiwar protests, the defense industry boom, and the war's enduring impact on American life.
ISYE 2028 ⋅ Basic Statistical Methods ⋅
Point and interval estimation of systems parameters, statistical decision making about differences in system parameters, analysis and modeling of relationships between variables.
ISYE 3025 ⋅ Engineering Economy ⋅
Introduction to engineering economic decision making, economic decision criteria, discounted cash flow, replacement and timing decisions, risk, depreciation, and income tax.
LMC 3214 ⋅ Science Fiction ⋅
Examines science fiction texts from the last 200 years to show how they reflect ambiguous reactions to change.
MATH 1502 ⋅ Calculus II ⋅
This course concludes the treatment of single variable calculus and begins linear algebra, the linear basis of the multivariable theory. Credit not allowed for both MATH 1502 and MATH 1522. Credit not allowed for both MATH 1502 and MATH 15X2.
MATH 3012 ⋅ Applied Combinatorics ⋅
Elementary combinatorial techniques used in discrete problem solving: counting methods, solving linear recurrences, graph and network models, related algorithms, and combinatorial designs.
ME 3322 ⋅ Thermodynamics ⋅
Introduction to thermodynamics. Thermodynamic properties, energy and mass conservation, entropy and the second law. Second-law analysis of thermodynamic systems, gas cycles, vapor cycles.
ME 3345 ⋅ Heat Transfer ⋅
Introduction to the study of heat transfer, transport coefficients, steady state conduction, transient conduction, radiative heat transfer, and forced and natural convection.
SOC 1101 ⋅ Introduction to Sociology
A study of basic social relations, including social structure and functions, analysis of social processes, the foundations of personality, and analysis of social organization.
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