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Weekend University

    Welcome to UCCS Weekend University

    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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    MUS 2050 Bus/Intellectual Property Law

    Examines the history of Jazz music and culture. Starting with the mid-1800s, this class explores the influences and developments of this American art form throughout the twentieth century. Learn about the main contributors, developing musical styles, and how Jazz engaged with social and political issues throughout the course of history. Learn more »
    HIST 3580 Immigrant Histories

    The history of immigrants/migrants from Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, and Europe as of 1840 to the present will be examined. Emphasis will be placed on U.S. immigration laws, the development of ethnic-based communities and connections to U.S. policy.Learn more »
    HIST 3200 The Crusades

    Emergence, development and transformation of the Crusade movement from 1095 C.E. through the later Middle Ages. Special attention will be given to the first four Crusades, but students will also analyze primary and secondary sources on the expansion of crusading throughout the 13th century and the Eastern Crusades of the 14th-16th centuries.Learn more »