Stay on Track to Graduate on Budget and on Time: Enroll Now for Summer Courses at Stockton

For Immediate Release



Contact:         Maryjane Briant
                        News and Media Relations Director
                        Galloway, N.J. 08205
                        (609) 652-4593

Galloway, N.J. - There’s still time to enroll in summer courses at Stockton University and stay on time, on track and on budget in obtaining a degree.

Stockton's summer sessions are open to students enrolled in degree programs, non-matriculated students, and students currently enrolled at other institutions who wish to study during their summer break and transfer Stockton credits.

Take three classes for the price of two when one class is taken at Stockton's Kramer Hall in Hammonton, N.J. The discount applies to out-of-state residents also.

Among the four-credit courses to be offered from June 28-Aug. 9 are:

  • Fashion and Society, an undergraduate course that focuses on the intersection between fashion (represented by garment industry) and societal institutions, social movements and individual expression. Associate Professor of Biology Ekaterina Sedia will track connections between multiple phenomena connected to the garment industry, including labor practices, social justice, feminist issues, and expressions of identity. This classroom course will be offered at Kramer Hall, 30 Front St. In Hammonton.
  • Internet Culture and You, an undergraduate course that will provide an in-depth examination of contemporary internet culture and its effects on living in the modern, online world. Associate Professor of Criminal Justice Susan Fahey will utilize readings and film from sociology, psychology, communications/media studies and computer science, applications and information systems, journalistic readings and blogs on the Galloway campus.
  • Perspectives on Childhood, a hybrid course open to all students which will combine online learning with some classroom sessions in Galloway, N.J. This is the foundation course for the Childhood Studies minor. An overview of childhood will be investigated from historical, developmental and contemporary perspectives. Global, cultural, social, political, economic, environmental and educational issues affecting children and children’s rights will be explored. Social media, the arts and literature and their effects on childhood will also be explored by Megan Thompson, an adjunct instructor in the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences.
  • Issues and Challenges in South Asia, an international/multicultural course to be taught in Galloway by Manish Madan, assistant professor of Criminal Justice. The course will explore the cultural, demographic, political, ethnic, gender and religious issues in Asia in general and the emphasis on South Asia by adopting an integrative social science perspective.

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