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A&S Summer Online Education

Interested in taking a summer online course? The college of Arts and Sciences at the University of Kentucky offers a variety of courses in humanities, social sciences and natural sciences.

Free Online Chemistry Course Draws Over 5,000 Students

Beginning January 27th, the Department of Chemistry will begin a free, online course titled "Advance Chemistry" for prospective and current students.

'UK at the Half' features Dean Mark Kornbluh

College of Arts & Sciences Dean Mark Kornbluh spoke with UK at the Half host Carl Nathe about Summer 2013 courses. The Summer 2013 website makes it easier to look for classes and filter by track, major, and whether or not the course is online. The segment aired on March 7th, 2013. 

ANT 242: Origins of New World Civilization with Scott Hutson

This course introduces students to the most compelling native cultures—Aztecs, Incas, Maya, Puebloans and more—in North and South America prior to 16th century European colonization. The goal is to understand how native peoples went from small nomadic groups to complex chiefdoms, states and empires with massive cities, abundant food resources and spectacular arts.

PHI 120: Introductory Logic with Bob Sandmeyer

A course which treats argumentation, formal deductive and non-formal inductive logic. The course has a dual focus. First, students will learn how to construct and evaluate formal deductive arguments. Second, students will learn how to analyze and evaluate inductive arguments. The aim of the course is to inculcate standards of good reasoning, e.g., clarity, consistency and validity. Credit is not given to students who already have credit for PHI 320.

SOC 360: Environmental Sociology with John Johnson

A sociological study of the emergence of the environment as a social issue in contemporary societies. Topics may include the social, cultural and economic factors associated with the perception of environmental issues; risk perception; and the mobilization of publics around environmental issues.

A&S 350: Personal Strengths & Your Career Development with Greg Bocchino

This course is designed to introduce students to the fundamentals of planning and organizing career development strategies. Emphasis is placed on identification of individual goals, assessment of talents/strengths and values, exploration of career options, analysis of the job market, effective use of employment search tools (e.g., resumes, cover letters, and interviewing), and management of career pathways. Stresses the value of the arts and sciences degree in the labor market and develops job search skills that will be useful throughout life.

College of Arts and Sciences Offers Summer Coursework

Over 200+ summer and online courses will be offered this summer from A&S.

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