Summer Workshop Series
Experience a taste of college life but without all the exams!
A summer workshop at Dominican University is the perfect way to gear up for college success, dive into an engaging topic taught by an actual Dominican faculty member and make some new friends along the way. All workshops are held from
9 a.m. - 3 p.m., with a break for lunch.
If you have registered for a Summer Workshop course, but have not yet paid for the course, click here to be taken to our payment site. Once you have paid, your registration will be complete.
Workshop fees are $250 per course.
Workshop dates: June 19 to 23, 2017
Fashion Merchandising and Design
This crash course in the fashion industry will cover everything from the principles of textile design and storyboards to styling for publications and social media marketing. Students will create their own designs and exhibit them at a fashion show they will produce. Limited to 16 students.
This Summer Workshop session is filled to capacity and is no longer accepting registrations. There are other classes that may be of interest to you for registration.
Study, observe and gain insights into the teaching profession. Students will interact with children of different ages and interests and learn about ways to integrate technology into their teaching. Limited to 20 students.
Workshop dates: June 26 to 30, 2017
In this introduction to printmaking, students will work in relief, intaglio and monotype and acquire the fundamental technical, drawing and formal skills needed to work in the medium. Limited to 10 students.
Information security is increasingly vital. In this introduction to cryptography, we’ll examine the historical significance of the field, look at current issues and take you through the mathematics of some of the most famous cryptosystems. We’ll also use the Sage computer algebra system. Limited to 15 students.
Workshop dates: July 10 to 14, 2017
You’ve heard the phrase “knowledge is power.” Now, get familiar with some of the “super” skills behind the field of informatics. Learn to solve problems with basic data science and human-centered design. Then, reflect on your own "power” skills and consider how to use them to fight for social justice. Limited to 20 students.
Brennan School of Business
Unlock the power of data with elegant spreadsheets and data visualizations. We’ll give you a rundown on Microsoft Excel (pivot tables and all!) in this introduction to business analytics, a hot area for internships and jobs. You’ll build your resume, learn tips for marketing yourself and have fun at the same time. Limited to 15 students.
With questions or for more information, contact the Office of Undergraduate Admission at (708) 524-6800 or firstname.lastname@example.org.