Dec 14, 2019  
2018-2019 Graduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Additional SMU Programs


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SMU ABROAD

SMU Abroad programs are administered by the Study Abroad office, which provides for program logistics, admission, schedules and enrollment information.

An initial nonrefundable deposit is due from each student after acceptance into a program and is payable to SMU Division of Enrollment Services in accordance with regular University payment procedures.

The balance of all other tuition and fees is payable to SMU Division of Enrollment Services in accordance with regular University billing procedures. Deadlines are listed by term on the SMU Abroad website at smu.edu/abroad.

Additional information can be obtained from:

SMU Abroad
Southern Methodist University
Blanton Student Services Building
6185 Airline Road, Suite 216
Dallas TX 75205

Mailing address:

PO Box 750391
Dallas TX 75275-0391
214-768-2338
smu.edu/abroad
abroad@smu.edu

SMU-IN-TAOS

SMU’s 423-acre campus in Northern New Mexico is located at historic Fort Burgwin. This unique SMU option provides an experiential living-learning experience that fosters academic and personal growth. Students can fulfill major, minor or UC requirements during a variety of summer and winter terms. Diverse course offerings allow students of nearly all majors to participate.

The Taos campus offers several terms ranging from two to four weeks in January, May, June and August.

Enrollment is typically available during the fall or spring term immediately preceding the Taos term. Enrollment must be approved by the SMU-in-Taos Office, located at 338 Blanton Student Services Building, 6185 Airline Road.

Students attending SMU-in-Taos will pay discounted tuition rates. Existing SMU scholarships and financial aid apply to Taos tuition at a prorated amount. Students seeking further assistance can also apply for the Friends of Taos scholarship. Tuition, course fees, and room and board charges are payable to SMU Division of Enrollment Services, Bursar’s Office or online at my.SMU.edu. Cancellation and refund policies and dates can be found at smu.edu/taos.

Additional information can be obtained from:

SMU-in-Taos
Southern Methodist University
PO Box 750145
Dallas TX 75275-0145
214-768-3657

smutaos@smu.edu
smu.edu/taos

INTERTERM PROGRAMS ON THE DALLAS CAMPUS

JanTerm 2019

January 7–16, 2019 (8 class days)
janterm@smu.edu
smu.edu/janterm

MayTerm 2019

May 16 – May 31, 2019 (11 class days)
mayterm@smu.edu
smu.edu/mayterm

Summer Sessions 2019

June Session: June 3 - July 2, 2019 (22 class days)
July Session: July 8 - August 6, 2019 (22 class days)
Combined Session: June 3 - August 6, 2019
june-july@smu.edu
smu.edu/summer

SMU offers motivated students opportunities to take additional courses in a smaller class setting during the winter and summer breaks. In JanTerm, students complete one course in just 8 class days; in MayTerm students complete one course in just 11 days. The June and July intersessions are each 22 class days in length, and students may take two courses (up to 7 credit hours) in each session (overload available by application). A few courses run all summer long in a Combined 10-week session. Whether the goal is to get ahead of the curve, explore new interests, or simply stay on the track for graduation, Intersessions let students customize their experience and make the most of their time at SMU.

Intersessions courses are separate and in addition to the course load carried during the fall and spring semesters. Some 70 courses in a variety of subjects are offered during each May and January intersession, and some 200 courses are offered over the June and July sessions. Many courses fulfill University Curriculum (UC), major, minor, or prerequisite requirements. Any SMU student in good standing is eligible to enroll in Intersessions through my.SMU. It may also be possible for non-SMU students to be admitted as visiting students.

Intersessions are offered at a reduced tuition rate, and no other fees are assessed except for course-specific costs such as lab/studio fees or travel/accommodation for courses held outside Dallas. On-campus housing is also an additional charge. SMU students should consult with their financial aid adviser for assistance regarding applicable financial assistance. Most SMU merit-based and need-based financial aid is available in pro-rated amounts. Federal and state funds are not available for JanTerm but may be available for Summer if a student maintains enrollment in 6 or more credit hours.

Students living in SMU Residential Commons who wish to remain on campus during an intersession program may stay in their current room during JanTerm. Students in residence and staying for MayTerm are eligible for on-campus housing by application, but those accepted will be moved to a single MayTerm commons. On-campus housing is available by application to any student attending June and July, space permitting. All housing arrangements and fees are administered by SMU Residence Life and Student Housing (RLSH).

For more information about SMU intersessions, please visit our website, smu.edu/intersessions. Email us at intersessions@smu.edu or call 214-768-1009.

PERKINS SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY HOUSTON-GALVESTON PROGRAM

Perkins School of Theology presents a program in Houston-Galveston for beginning study toward the Master of Divinity, the Master of Arts in Ministry and the Master of Theological Studies.

Auditors may take these courses with the permission of the instructors and payment of the audit fee.

For application materials and information, please contact:

Office of Admission and Financial Aid
Perkins School of Theology
Southern Methodist University
PO Box 750133
Dallas TX 75275-0133
214-768-2293 or 1-888-THEOLOG (843-6564)
theology@smu.edu
smu.edu/perkins


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