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Weekend University

    Welcome to UCCS Weekend University

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    Weekend University at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs is a 10-week condensed session which allows you to complete college courses on the weekends.

    WKU courses count towards Full-time or Part-time status and campus parking is FREE for students.

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    BLAW 2010 Bus/Intellectual Property Law

    Examines the legal significance of ideas, innovations, and start-up organizations. A focus on the issues of intellectual property, including patents, copyrights, and brand protection. Coverage of essential contracts and agents. Learn more »
    DNCE 2700 Fund of Dance Technique

    An introduction to dance technique. Students will focus on technique exercises, stretching, body alignment, choreography, and movement explorations. The course is a beginning dance class and the foundation for other dance classes. Learn more »
    ASL 3590 Deaf Culture

    Examines the culture of deaf people. The course will explore the customs, values, norms and heritage of the deaf community in America. Learn more »
    PSY 3480 Psychopaths and Serial Killers

    Spring 2105 subject matter: Psychopaths and Serial Killers. Learn more »
    MUS 1000 Introduction to Music

    A music appreciation course. The content is oriented toward classical music which is taught in an historical chronology. Excursions into non-western music and American jazz will supplement the course content. Learn more »
    GES 4700 Geographic Issues: Geography of Trails

    Spring 2015 topic: Geography of Trails.Learn more »