2015 Summer of Networking Program

The 2015 Summer of Networking is a hands-on program focused on innovative network technology in the context of current problems and solutions in data centers, large enterprises, and wide-area networks. The course content features a mix of network fundamentals and recent trends in network technology, with an emphasis on Software Defined Networks. No prior network experience is required.

The Summer of Networking program will be offered as a for-credit course through the Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing in Bloomington, Indiana. The courses will be held June 22 – July 31, 2015, during the second six-week summer session.

The course is available to both IU students and individuals not currently enrolled at IU. If you are already an IU student, register for these classes as you would for any other summer session class. If you are not currently an IU student, you may register for these classes as either a degree seeking or non-degree seeking student.

Find more information on becoming a degree seeking or non-degree seeking student:

Undergraduate Non-degree Program
Contact: or call (812) 855-7797

Graduate Non-degree Program
Contact: or call (812) 856-4503

B649, class number 15665, graduate level, or
B490, class number 15664, undergraduate level
Meets Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, 10:15 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Instructor permission is required. Contact

Y790, Graduate Level, or
Y390 Undergraduate Level
Meets Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, 1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Instructor permission is required as is enrollment in the appropriate topics course.

Please note that this program has transitioned from internship to academic program. All applicants must be registered IU students, but do not need to be degree seeking. Although registration is open until classes begin, class size is limited and students will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis. Once you have an IU email address, please send email to to request instructor approval.