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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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    DNCE 3700 Special Topics in Dance: Hip Hop

    Dance technique which fuses hip hop/bboy/street dance with athleticism. view syllabus »
    CJ 3530 Management of Offenders

    Management of Offenders in the Criminal Justice System is the study of offender management in the criminal justice system, including offender classification concepts, principles and techniques of offender management and supervision.view syllabus »
    MATH 1040 College Algebra

    The study will include polynomials, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions as well as systems of equations/inequalities. Learn more »
    ARBC 1010 Beginning Arabic I

    This course begins a sequence dealing with the development of functional profiiciency in listening, speaking, reading, and writing the Arabic language. The course is conducted in Arabic. Emphasis is on communication in the language. Learn more »
    HIST 3200 The Crusades

    Emergence, development and transformation of the Crusade movement from 1095 C.E. through the later Middle Ages. Learn more »