BEP Summer Courses
This general preparatory course will assist with the readiness of students interested in nursing and pre-health/pre-med tracks at Binghamton University. Chemistry 100 will allow students to develop problem solving skills that are necessary to successfully complete the remaining chemistry courses for their major track. This class will offer an overview of the basic concepts of chemistry to provide a foundation for future studies in chemistry.
Overview of historical and contemporary patterns of multicultural geography within the U.S. Provides students an understanding of the evolution of several American subcultures (white European, Latino, Asian and Black) through the prism of geography, both in broad context and in separate analyses of socio-economic well-being over time and between racial/ethnic groups. The student is constantly reminded of the question: How do social institutions, the political economy, and degree of opportunity affect where and how well people live? Students learn to better understand patterns of the past and of today from a geographic perspective.
Human Development 107
This course will explore perspectives on influence of culture and context on development. An emphasis will be placed on the role that structural inequalities based on race/ethnicity, gender, social class, and sexuality have on development.
Introduction to Math
All students are required to take math (beginning algebra to trigonometry) courses in the Summer Program. These classes are designed to help students develop general skills and academic work habits that they can apply to their freshmen coursework.
Introduction to Writing
All students are required to take composition (Writing) courses in the Summer Program. These classes are designed to help students develop general skills and academic work habits that they can apply to their freshmen coursework.