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7 Fascinating Gen-Eds to Take this Winter!

7 Fascinating Gen-Eds to Take this Winter!

Hi Colonels!  Winter term is right around the corner and taking a Winter class is a great way to catch up or get ahead. With a six-week fully online term, now is the perfect time to take #EKUEverywhere you go for Winter break. Check out these fascinating courses and register before they fill up!

AFA 201 - The African Experience

Class Type: 100% Online Asynchronous

Register By: November 27th

This course introduces students to the historical, socio-economic, cultural, and political experiences of African people in Africa and the Diaspora. It fulfills a core requirement for African/African-American Studies. Credit will not be awarded to students who have credit for AFA 201W. Gen. Ed. 

PSY 200 - Introduction to Psychology

Class Type: 100% Online Asynchronous

Register By: November 27th

I,II. A survey of the major content areas and methods of psychology, including history, biological correlates, cognition, language, intelligence, motivation, emotion, development, personality, abnormal, therapy, and social behavior. Credit will not be awarded to students who have credit for PSY 200W. Gen. Ed.

CDF 232 - Identity and Sexuality

Class Type: 100% Online Asynchronous

Register By: November 27th

I, II. An exploration of the changing attitudes about and among men/women and their effect on choices and interpersonal relationships. Emphasis will be on promotion and maintenance of positive mental, physical, emotional, and sexual development. Credit will not be awarded to students who have credit for WGS 232. Gen. Ed. 

HEA310 - Introduction to Global Health

Class Type: 100% Online Asynchronous

Register By: November 27th

Prerequisite: ENG 102 or 105 or HON 102. Exploration of epidemiological, economic, political, sociological and cultural factors that impact global health with special emphasis on applying public health principles in developing as well as developed countries. Gen. Ed.

REL 301 - World Religions

Class Type: 100% Online Asynchronous

Register By: November 27th

I, II. Study of the basic notions found in the world’s great religions. Attention is given to the historical context of the development of these religions and to the doctrines, rituals and literature produced by them. Credit will not be awarded to students who have credit for REL 301W. Gen. Ed.

APP 200 - Introduction to Appalachia

Class Type: 100% Online Asynchronous

Register By: November 27th

An introduction to the interdisciplinary study of the Appalachian region. Special emphasis on the region's place in a national and global context, and on internal and external definitions of the region. Gen. Ed. 

WGS 210- Intro Women & Gender Studies

Class Type: 100% Online Asynchronous

Register By: November 27th

Introduction to interdisciplinary field of women and gender studies and feminist scholarship. Provides overview of the diversity of women’s experiences, images, and issues from a wide variety of disciplinary perspectives. Gen. Ed.

Published on November 10, 2020

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