Always wanted to take classes on the history of sports or the definition of terrorism, its causes and historical evolution or an introduction to psychology? Maybe a summer class in the Dietrich Arts & Sciences is just for you.
Registration opened Feb. 10 to a variety of Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences’ Summer Sessions classes available to current Pitt students, as well as staff, faculty and their spouses/domestic partners and dependent children.
Tuition benefits would apply for summer classes. Even if your child attends another college, they could take classes at Pitt over the summer tuition-free as a guest student to get ahead or catch up.
The full summer term runs from May 4 to Aug. 8. There also are 12-week, six-week and four-week sessions. Find more information at summer.pitt.edu.