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UCCS Summer Session 2014

University of Colorado Colorado Springs Summer Session offers various courses May through August for students who want to complete UCCS college credit courses.

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Summer Session Spotlight, HIST 4390: The First World War HIST 4390: The First World War
Study of the First World War in military aspects and in the context of political and social change in the states affected by the war. Special attention is given to changes in gender relations. The stimulus to nationalism will be considered. Some examples of artistic treatment of the war. view syllabus »
Summer Session Spotlight, ANTH 4300: Human Behavioral Ecology field methods in Iloilo, Philippines ANTH 4300: Human Behavioral Ecology field methods in Iloilo, Philippines
The purpose of this field school is to gain hands-on experience of a biological anthropology project in an international setting. The field of anthropology has aimed to study humans from a cross-cultural, holistic perspective. Thus, international field work provides students with a first-hand experience of anthropological fieldwork. view syllabus »
Summer Session Spotlight, COMM 3850: Walt Disney COMM 3850: Walt Disney
Examines the life of one of the most influential people in American media history. Course will study the psychological, cultural, economic, and social forces that influenced Walt Disney's art and his ability to connect to a mass audience. view syllabus »
Summer Session Spotlight, PAD 2180: Social Entrepreneurship PAD 2180: Social Entrepreneurship
Designed to introduce students to the concept of social entrepreneurship. Using nonprofit (and public) organizational examples, students gain an understanding of what it means to be an innovative manager in the course of building viable social enterprises. view syllabus »
Summer Session Spotlight, CHEM 1030: General Chemistry I CHEM 1030: General Chemistry I
A first college-level chemistry course for students with adequate high school chemistry. Emphasis on the structure and composition of matter: elements and compounds, atoms and molecules, and states of matter including solutions. view syllabus »