Eight Courses for Visiting Students to Take with EKU Summer
Are you a visiting student or KCTCS student looking to take summer courses? EKU has you covered! Taking courses during the summer can act as a fast track to your degree and speed up the time to completion.
What courses can you take with EKU Summer? Check out the list below of introductory courses to some of the most popular degree tracks.
1. BUS 206: Fundamentals of Problem Solving with Excel
General business courses can help you prepare for your degree as well as prepare you for the workforce. This 100% online course dives into constructing a logical argument, problem-solving, and analyzing and interpreting data using Excel.
2. BUS 209: Fundamentals of Financial & Managerial Accounting
One of the most fundamental courses for business degrees, this course will kickstart your development and knowledge of financial and managerial accounting. Learn how to prepare and use accounting information for decision making and identifying and solving business problems.
3. ASL 101: American Sign Language 1
Are you interested in learning American Sign Language? This course will help you develop the basic knowledge and understanding of conversational ASL and the cultural features of the language and community.
4. ASL 102: American Sign Language 2
Already taken American Sign Language 1? Take American Sign Language 2 to further advance your knowledge and understanding of American Sign Language.
5. MLS 209: Introduction to Medical Laboratory Science
Start your Medical Laboratory Science courses by taking MLS 209 during EKU Summer! This introductory course will begin your studies of bacteria, fungi, viruses, and parasites as agents of human disease with emphasis on the pathogenesis, epidemiology, and diagnosis of infectious diseases.
6. MLS 290: Medical Microbiology
With MLS 209 under your belt, you can take MLS 290 to expand your studies of bacteria, fungi, viruses, and parasites as agents of human disease with emphasis on the pathogenesis, epidemiology, and diagnosis of infectious diseases.
7. OSH 110: Introduction to Safety Guidelines
This introductory course will help you develop the writing, study, research and navigation skills necessary to successfully complete an occupational safety-related curriculum. You will also be introduced to the profession, terminology of the field and basic hazard recognition.
8. OSH 261: Principles of Occupational Safety and Health
Learn the history of occupational safety and health development, methods of accident prevention and hazard control, introduction to safety programs, workers’ compensation, emergency preparedness, and accident investigation.
The deadline to register for the Summer I term is rapidly approaching. Register now to save your spot in your summer classes. We can’t wait to see you this summer!
Published on May 11, 2022