Get Ready for Summer!

Information on applying for Summer classes with helpful step-by-step guides to view your enrollment date and search for courses.
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Summer Registration is Open!

Summer and Winterm course searches are available on Access StoutUW-Stout Students can follow these helpful step-by-step guides to view your enrollment date and search for courses.

New Students can search classes by selecting "Search for classes" on Access Stout. For additional help finding classes, please use our Class Search Walkthrough guide.

Course Listing

A complete listing of courses is available on Access Stout.

Summer 2021 Course List

Art

  • Drawing I
  • Two-Dimensional Design Foundations
  • Ceramics I, II, and III
  • Survey of Art - Ancient Through Medieval
  • Survey of Art - Renaissance Through 20th Century

Biology

  • Contagious Diseases
  • Wildlife Techniques
  • Ichthyology - Wisconsin Fishes
  • Introduction to Neuroscience

Business

  • Introduction to Financial Accounting
  • Introduction - Corporate and Managerial Accounting
  • Financial Wellness
  • International Business
  • Business Law I
  • Management Ethics
  • Principles of Management
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Digital Marketing Strategy and Practice
  • Principles of Social Media Marketing Management

Chemistry

  • General Chemistry
  • College Chemistry I
  • Chemistry of Materials

Communication Studies

  • Fundamentals of Speech

Computer Networking and Information Technology

  • Networking Fundamentals II
  • Linux Systems & Network Administration
  • IP Telephony Design & Implementation
  • Cloud Computing Design, Implementation, & Security
  • Introduction to Network Security

Computer Science

  • Python Scripting
  • Introduction to Programming
  • Computer Science I and II
  • Data Structures
  • Web and Internet Programming
  • Algorithms
  • Database Systems
  • Programming in Game Engines

Counseling

  • Assessment and Treatment of Eating Disorders

Design

  • Introduction to Sustainable Design and Development
  • Typography 1: Letterform
  • Introduction to 2D Digital Imaging
  • Digital Cinema Studio

Early Childhood Education

  • Middle Childhood: Curriculum and Methods for Teaching Science
  • Middle Childhood: Curriculum and Methods Language Arts
  • Pre-Student Teaching: Infant-Preschool

Economics

  • Principles of Macroeconomics

Engineering

  • Joining and Casting Processes
  • Circuits and Devices

English

  • Composition 2
  • Critical Writing
  • Professional and Technical Communication
  • Multicultural American Literature 

Geography

  • World Geography

Health Education

  • Personal Health and Fitness
  • Organization and Administration of Health Education

History

  • Early United States History
  • Modern United States History

Hospitality and Tourism

  • Professionalism
  • Craft Beverage Production & Management
  • Trade Show Management

Industrial Management

  • Production and Operations Management
  • Engineering Economy
  • Enterprise Resource Planning Practicum
  • Quality Management
  • Project Management
  • SHRM Essentials of Human Resources
  • Organizational Leadership
  • Six Sigma Quality Improvement Methods
  • Advanced Project Management

Information and Communication Technology

  • Cybertechnology Ethics
  • Information Technology Policy and Audit

Mathematics

  • Intermediate Algebra
  • Concepts of Mathematics
  • Introduction to College Math I and II
  • Finite and Financial Math
  • Calculus I and II
  • Differential Equations with Linear Algebra
  • Discrete Mathematics

Nanotechnology

  • Synthesis and Fabrication of Nanostructured Materials

Philosophy

  • Introduction to Philosophy
  • Multicultural Philosophy
  • General Ethics

Photography

  • Mobile Device Photography

Physical Education

  • Wellness and Responsibility

Physics

  • College Physics II
  • University Physics II 

Political Science

  • Introduction to Comparative Government

Psychology

  • Psychology Seminar I - Foundations
  • Introduction to Psychology
  • Psychology Field Experience
  • Abnormal Psychology
  • Psychology of Sex and Gender
  • Psychology in the Workplace

Sociology

  • Sociology of Minority Groups

Special Education

  • Inclusion of Students with Exceptional Needs
  • Emotional and Behavioral Problems of Children and Adolescents

Statistics

  • Elementary Statistics
  • Statistical Methods
  • Probability and Statistics for Engineering and the Sciences

Vocational Rehabilitation

  • Rehabilitation Practicum
  • Work Adjustment Services
  • Advanced Rehabilitation Practicum

Women and Gender Studies

  • Introduction to Women and Gender Studies

For Summer, the maximum credit load to register is 12 credits for undergraduate students and 10 credits for graduate students. For the Winterm, four credits is the maximum amount students may register for.

Requests for an exception in special circumstances must be approved by the appropriate program director. Due to the compressed schedule of instruction, it is recommended that at most one credit per week be taken during the summer session(s) for which the student is enrolled. Students may not register for classes that conflict with another class on their schedule. The program director's signature (if approved) must accompany the registration. 

Students who register for more than the above limits with written approval and find they cannot carry the added courses will be responsible for all course fees incurred unless the course is dropped within the refund period.

Are you a non-Stout student wanting to take courses?

For new non-degree seeking students who are not continuing on to the next term, a Summer/Winterm Session Registration Form must be filled out online and submitted. Once the Summer/Winterm Session Registration form has been received and processed, an email will be sent out with further instructions for completing the Student Account Contract, which is required before registration can begin.

After completing your Student Account Contract, follow these helpful step-by-step guides to view your enrollment date and search for courses. To search for courses you can use this Access Stout link without an account.

Degree-Seeking Students

Degree-seeking students who are new and want to take a Summer or Winterm course should contact Admissions to backdate/change their admit term to Summer or Winterm.  A Summer/Winterm Session Registration form does not need to be submitted for degree-seeking students.      

High School Students

High school special (non-degree) students must have their application for admission signed by one parent or guardian and a high school guidance counselor or principal. Transcript and fee are not required.

If a course you are registering for requires a prerequisite you completed at an institution other than UW-Stout, then you must forward an official transcript to UW-Stout Admissions Office to confirm completion of the prerequisite.

Additional Information

University Housing

Due to alternative delivery methods for Spring and Summer 2020 courses, residence halls will be closing. Please check for Summer housing updates on the Housing Gateway.

Campus Card

Pleas check wit the Campus Card office on how to received your new BlueCard.

Textbooks

Please check the Instructional Resource Services/Textbooks website for information on textbook rental and other required resources.

On-Campus Childcare

Please check the Child and Family Study Center website for the June to August schedule.

Parking Permit

Please check the Parking Services website for updates on summer parking permits.