Summertime provides the perfect opportunity for students to devote themselves to a favorite subject or get a jump on the upcoming school year. We offer upper division credit courses in a variety of disciplines and middle division review courses in math and English. Online classes and flex classes (a combination of in-class and online instruction) are also available.
Full-Credit Courses (June 10-July 26): World History, American Government/Economics, U.S. History, Cultural History of Western Civilization, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Honors Neuroscience, Criminalistics & Forensic Science, Geometry, Spanish 1; Personal Fitness/Health (June 10-June 28); Golf & Bowling (June 10-June 28).
Half-Credit Courses: World Religions (June 10-June 28 or July 8-July 26); Ethics (June 10-June 28 or July 8-July 26).
We also offer remedial credit courses for those who have been asked to repeat a course.
Review Courses: 3-Week Guided Online Math Review (June 10-July 26), Orientation English (July 8-July 26), Orientation Math (online June 10-June 28 or in-class July 8-July 26), Middle Division English (June 10-July 26), Middle Division Math (June 10-July 26), Pre-Algebra (June 10-July 26), Algebra 1/Customized High School Math Review (June 10-July 26), Algebra 2 (June 10-July 26), Honors Pre-Calculus (June 10-July 26).
We strongly encourage you to check with your school’s academic dean about taking a summer academic or review course, as some departmental restrictions may apply.
Standard Monday-Thursday Berkeley dress code applies for all academic and review courses. Please consult the Berkeley Upper Division Handbook on school policies related to violating Berkeley’s Honor Code with regard to cheating, plagiarism, unacceptable network use, bullying, and other offenses.
Classes are Monday-Friday. There will be no classes the week of July 4 (July 1-July 5). Please plan your summer vacations accordingly, as summer classes have strict attendance policies. Please be aware of each course's start and end date. For non-online courses, students are required to be on campus for their final exam.
For academic credit courses, four absences for a full-credit, six-week academic course will result in no credit being received for the course. Two absences for a half-credit, three-week course will result in no credit being received. Students must receive permission from the Summer Programs Director to miss any classes of a three-week religion course. For Personal Fitness/Health, no absences are allowed for the activity/in-school portion of the class. For academic and review classes, there are no refunds after the first three days of classes.
Please click on each class below for a description.