Summer School 2016
Intensive Summer Language Institute (ISLI)
The Intensive Summer Language Institute offers (SPN 153) Intensive Intermediate Spanish and (SPN 213) Encounters: Hispanic Literature and Culture, an accelerated five-week course on Wake Forest University’s Reynolda Campus. ISLI is designed to develop intermediate proficiency in speaking, listening, reading, and writing. The revised program allows students to complete their divisional requirement by the end of the semester. Classes offer smaller enrollments to allow for more individualized instruction. Requirements include daily classes, five hours per day; one hour daily lunches with instructors in the target language; some evening activities; and a pledge to speak the target language. The deadline for registration is April 15. For information, call 336.758.5540, or e-mail: email@example.com.
LENS High School Program
This summer, BE BOLD. Change the way you LEARN, the way you think, and the way you LEAD. Spend three weeks at Wake Forest University discovering how to use your passion to CHANGE THE WORLD. EXPERIENCE a NEW WAY of problem solving. Join other students who will CHALLENGE each other intellectually as experts teach you to TACKLE TOUGH ISSUES, examine them through different LENSES, and then NAVIGATE through their complexities. Become equipped to SOLVE problems creatively, and make your community A BETTER PLACE. Click Here for more information.
Wake Forest offers a number of summer athletic camps for boys and girls. For a complete listing, visit http://www.wfu.edu/athletic/camps/
Wake Forest University Conference Services hosts educational, religious, and athletic camps and conferences. Visit http://conferences.wfu.edu for upcoming camps and conference opportunities. Housing for interns is also available.
Master of Arts in Education
The Department of Education offers the Master of Arts in Education degree in the areas of biology, chemistry, English, French, mathematics, physics, social studies, and Spanish. These programs have been approved by the Board of Education of North Carolina as meeting state license requirements. One-half tuition scholarships are available to teachers currently teaching in Southern Association-certified public or private schools who wish to enroll for graduate courses in the summer. For courses offered this summer, see the education curriculum section of this bulletin. For those who wish to attend summer session as degree-seeking graduate students, application should be made to the Dean of the Graduate School. The Graduate bulletin and forms for admission and financial assistance can be obtained from the Office of the Dean of the Graduate School.
Master of Arts in Liberal Studies (MALS)
The Master of Arts in Liberal Studies is designed for adults who wish to pursue advanced studies in the liberal arts to satisfy their intellectual curiosity and for their own pleasure. Application forms and further details can be found at the Graduate School Web site: http://graduate.wfu.edu. For further information, call 336.758.5232.
More information on special programs for Summer 2016 coming soon!