Hybrid General Education Courses

These 5-week courses are structured as 4 weeks online  and 1 week onsite at Saint Joseph’s College in Standish, Maine. Courses are scheduled to enable students to take two courses onsite per week. Courses run June 23 to July 28, 2019, with one week onsite as indicated in the schedule below.

Onsite: July 8-12, 2019

HY421/SO321 Special Topics: Restorative Circles: Maintaining Native American Justice, Community, and Tribal Leadership – Morning

Hybrid 5-Week Course  | Onsite July 8 -12, 2019 8-11am | Instructors: Dale J. Brooker and Michele Riley

Course Description: This course will focus on the evolution of judicial, legal, and political aspects of Native American communities, from the colonial period to modern day. Through discussions, readings, activities, and assignments, students will explore topics such as tribal sovereignty, foundations of restorative justice, inter-tribal and governmental relations, and tribal court systems. In addition, students will examine the different legal philosophies and goals of tribal justice in contrast with the American judicial system. Although the course will examine these topics through a socio-historical lens, students will have the opportunity to analyze how these past relationships, policies, and laws have developed the contemporary Native American judicial structure and policy. Finally, students will have the opportunity to select a particular interest in the tribal justice system and complete a presentation using primary and secondary sources to provide content.

Course fulfills one Humanities Elective, History (HY) Elective, or Nature and Society (NAS) Elective.

Onsite: July 15-19, 2019

MA 297/SO321 Special Topics: The Big Data Game: Quantitative Literacy – Morning

Hybrid 5-Week Course  | Onsite July 15 -19, 2019 8-11am |Instructors: Dale J. Brooker and Alan Moore

Course Description: The course provides learners with a capacity to critically assess, understand and explore data from various disciplines including Business, Sociology, Criminal Justice, Social Work and Healthcare. Areas covered include representing mathematical information visually and symbolically, recognizing the limits of data and statistics as a human product and how to draw inferences from various quantitative models. This particular course is designed to have learners from various disciplines develop a toolkit essential to finding the meaning behind the plethora of information we are exposed to in the 21st century.

Course fulfills one Mathematics Elective/Core Requirement or Nature and Society (NAS) Elective.

 

Summer Session Housing

One week only: Either July 7 to July 13 or July 14 to July 20
Check in after 3pm on Sunday and check out before 10am on Saturday.

  • Double $550 (shared with another student and includes student’s meals)
  • Single Room $675 (includes student’s meals)
  • Single/Family in same room $850 (includes student’s meals only)
  • Additional Room: $600 (room only)

Two weeks: July 7 to July 20
Check in after 3pm on Sunday and check out before 10am on Saturday.

  • Double $1200 (shared with another student and includes student’s meals)
  • Single $1425 (includes student’s meals)
  • Family in same room $1850 (includes student’s meals only)
  • Additional Room: $1300

Meal Plan: $250 (includes Lobster Bake and BBQ)

Guests a la carte:

  • Breakfast: $10
  • Lunch: $12
  • Dinner: $14
  • BBQ: $25
  • Lobster Bake: $35

Transportation: $25 each way (pick up at Portland International Airport, Train Station, or Bus Station)

  • Pick up Sundays: 1:30pm, 4:30pm, 7:30pm, & 10:30 pm
  • Drop off Fridays: Leaves SJC at 12:30pm & 4:30pm
  • Drop off Saturdays: Leaves SJC at 4:00am, 7:00am, & 10:00am

Summer Programs Information Form

Questions about Courses?

Contact Your Student Support Specialist

1-800-343-5498
onlinestudentsupport@sjcme.edu

Questions about Accommodations or Travel?

Contact Summer Programs Office

Stephanie Briggs 
Associate Director, Special Programming
207-893-7769
sbriggs@sjcme.edu