In celebration of the University of Kentucky's upcoming sesquicentennial in 2015, the 60th of 150 weekly installments explores the evolution of UK's Summer School programming.
The University of Kentucky, in an effort to enhance student readiness and performance, has launched a partnership with the country's leading massive open online course (MOOC) platform, Coursera.
On Thursday morning, one of the nation’s leading online learning companies, Coursera, is announcing that UK is among a handful of public, flagship universities it is partnering with to further expand learning opportunities for more students across our country.
A new hybrid course in the College of Arts and Sciences will bridge the gap between to seemingly unrelated areas: art and epidemics.
Though the fall 2012 semester is already underway, the College of Arts and Sciences is still offering courses for students interested in earning additional credits this semester.
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.
Look into CHE 229 Syntax in Organic Chemistry. A summer online course offere by the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Kentucky. For a complete listing of summer online courses offered please visit as.uky.edu/summer-online-classes.
Introduction to Syntax in Organic Chemistry. Instructor Arthur Cammers on this online course introducing students to the graphical notation and the language of organic chemistry.
Dr. Golding with an introduction to PSY311 Online Course provided by the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Kentucky.
David Luke introduction to SOC 342 Online Education Course