This summer, you'll find courses that fulfill common curriculum requirements and those interesting electives you've always wanted to take but couldn't fit into your schedule.
Check out these featured courses for a taste of what's available in the summer quarter course catalog. You can also see what the professors teaching these classes hope for you to gain from them.
SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT MARKETING (MARKETING 3660)
Learn how this Daniels College of Business course helps future marketers understand the business decisions and strategies behind what makes an athlete a superstar one day and an outcast the next.
CONTEMPORARY ISLAM (RELIGIOUS STUDIES 3502)
Professor Andrea Stanton, an expert on Islam, takes students beyond the textbook to truly understand how Islam is being impacted by a 21st century world that is increasingly embracing it.
URBAN FARMING (INTERNATIONAL STUDIES 3701)
Learn about the implications of global and local farming practices on the food you eat each day.
FIELD SCHOOL IN HISTORICAL ARCHAEOLOGY (ANTHROPOLOGY 3990)
Gather, examine and interpret your findings about plantlife and artifacts at the site of the Amache Relocation Camp near Granada, Colo., where Japanese Americans were held during World War II.
PRESIDENTIAL LEADERSHIP (LEADERSHIP 2320)
Find out what it takes to be president of the United States by looking beyond the regulated criteria and speaking with politicians about the common traits and skills past leaders have possessed.