Undergraduate Summer 2024 Courses

To view all courses with instructors, day/time and number of seats available:

View the Timetable Builder to search for courses 

In Timetable Builder, select your Faculty & Session.

Step 1:

  • In the Faculty/Division field, select Faculty of Arts & Science.
  • In the Session field, select the terms for the courses you are interested in taking. Note: If you select Summer First Sub-Session 2024 (F) and Summer Second sub-Session 2024 (S), you will not see Summer Full Session 2024 (Y) courses. You have to select all three terms or 'summer 2024' to see F, S and Y courses.

Step 2: 

  • You can search for courses using Course Code, Course Title, or Keyword, , or entering NMC in the Department/Subject Area field.

*The summer 2024 Timetable is subject to change, and we encourage you to check back often for updates.

NMC 2024 Summer Courses

* Click the course title to view the details of the course.


For the detailed information, see the NMC261Y Information page.


NMC Archaeological Field School poster


This course is a historical introduction to the present-day Middle East (Egypt, Turkey, Iran, the Fertile Crescent, and the Arabian Peninsula) surveying the past two centuries. A major theme is the region’s transition from when it was a part of indigenous empires, to its incorporation into the modern state system often by way of European colonial rule. This saga of major upheavals and developments went hand in hand with changes in Middle Eastern peoples’ collective identities, power struggles, ideologies, and socioeconomic changes that reverberated, and its consequences are still lived and felt in today’s Middle East.