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7 Fast Filling Winter Courses to Check Out Now!

7 Fast Filling Winter Courses to Check Out Now!

It might feel like the Fall semester will last forever, but Winter term is right around the corner! Taking a Winter class is a great way to catch up or get ahead, and with a six-week fully online term, now is the perfect time to take #EKUEverywhere you go for Winter break. Check out these fantastic fast-filling courses and register before they fill up!

ENG 102

Class Type: 100% Online Asynchronous

Register By: November 27th

A writing course designed to develop critical reading skills, integrating and responding to varied sources, composing texts including summaries, analyses, evaluations, responses, and arguments. This course emphasizes style, organization, coherence, purpose, and persuasion for different audiences. Credit will not be awarded to students who have credit for ENG 101R. Gen. Ed.

CMS 100

Class Type: 100% Online Asynchronous

Register By: November 27th

Learn to effectively interact in a variety of social, professional and virtual environments by building self-awareness and social skills. Focus on creating effective other-oriented verbal and nonverbal messages by developing competencies in active listening, responding appropriately, managing conflict, communicating empathically, and creating professional presentations. Gen.Ed.

MUH 171

Class Type: 100% Online Asynchronous

Register By: November 27th

Provides the general college student with a cultural background in music. Masterpieces of music, composers, and techniques presented through listening materials and concert attendance. Gen. Ed. (May not count toward a music major or minor)

POL 101

Class Type: 100% Online Asynchronous

Register By: November 27th

This class presents principles, functions, and basic political institutions of the American system of government at the national level. Gen. Ed. (Credit will not be awarded for both POL 101 and POL 101S)

WGS 201

Class Type: 100% Online Asynchronous

Register By: November 27th

This course is an introduction to interdisciplinary field of women and gender studies and feminist scholarship. It will provide an overview of the diversity of women’s experiences, images, and issues from a wide variety of disciplinary perspectives. Gen. Ed.

GEO 210

Class Type: 100% Online Asynchronous

Register By: November 27th

I, II. This course is a study of natural processes operating at the earth’s surface with special emphasis on weather, climate, and landforms as explanations for how and why physical and human phenomena vary from place to place. 2 Lec/2 Lab. Gen. Ed.

GLY 108

Class Type: 100% Online Asynchronous

Register By: November 27th

I, II. This course is an investigation of the Earth as it exists and functions today, the materials that compose the Earth, the processes that act upon and within the Earth, and the interrelationship of both materials and processes with human activity. 2 Lec/2 Lab. Gen. Ed.

Published on November 04, 2020

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