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3 credits in 4 weeks

If you’re prepared to work hard, you can earn 3 credits in 4 weeks over winter break. Fast-paced, intense winter courses can help you:

In-person, online, and blended courses offer you flexible options to get ahead for 2017. Check out the course list below or search for a class in LOUIE.

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Winter courses

ADV 207 – Introduction to Advertising

AIS 101 – Introduction to Indigenous Studies

AIS 202 – Roots of Federal American Indian Policy

ANT 101 – Humankind Emerging

ANT 102 – Exploring Cultures

ANT 103 – Culture in Communication

ANT 104 – Lost Tribes and Buried Cities

ANT 106 – The Art of Ancient Technology

ANT 306 – Peoples of the Southwest

ANT 351 – Southwestern Archaeology

ARH 145 – Introduction to Native North American Art

ARH 352 – 20th Century Art, Europe and the United States

BBA 389 — Commercial Spanish

BME 210 – Foundations of Multicultural Education

BME 697 — Independent Study

CCJ 215 – Crime, Justice, and the Media

CCJ 250 – Criminology

CCJ 314 – Hollywood and the Social Construction of Crime and Justice

CCJ 325 – Drug Issues and the Law

CCJ 380 – Law in America

CINE 101 – Introduction to Cinema Studies

CMF 328W – Media Development Writing

CMF 382 – The Art of Cinema

COM 101 – Communication Analysis

COM 150 – Environmental Communication

COM 200 – Basic Communication Theory

COM 212 – Mass Media and Society

COM 301 – Race, Gender, and Media

COM 400 – Mass Communication Regulation and Responsibility

CST 315 – Business and Professional Speaking

CST 321 – Nonverbal Communication

CST 424 – Gender and Communication

CTE 401 – Integrated Teaching and Learning

CTE 550 – Grant Writing

ECI 302 – Children’s Literature

ECI 305 – Early Childhood Development

ECI 323 – The Middle School Curriculum

ECI 531 – Foundations of Reading Instruction

ECO 201 – Introduction to Business Statistics

ECO 280 – Introduction to Economics

EDF 677 – Educational Sociology

EDR 610 – Introduction to Research

ENG 245 – US Multi-Ethnic Literature Survey

EPS 606 – Applied Behavior Management

EPS 610 – Child Psychology

ES 100 – Introduction to Ethnic Studies

ES 150 – Introduction to African American Studies

ES 160 – Introduction to Latino(a)/Chicano(a) Studies

ES 191 — Women, Gender Identity and Ethnicity 

ES 200 – Race, Identity, and Film

ES 204 – Chicano(a)/Latino(a) Cinema

ES 215 – Race and Ethnic Relations

ESE 280 – Introduction to Children with Exceptional Needs

ESE 434 – Foundations of Moderate to Severe Disabilities and Language Development

ESE 548 – Survey of Special Education

ESE 601 – Limiting Bias in Assessment of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students with Except

ETC 545 – Internet for Educators

FIN 190 – Personal Finance in a Global Economy

FIN 303 – Concepts in Finance

FIN 311 – Principles of Finance

FOR 425 – Forest Management Application in GIS

GLG 439 – Advanced Geological Field Methods I

GSP 148 – Foods of the US

GSP 240 – World Geography West

HA 243 – Foundations in Kitchen Operations

HA 250 – Facilities and Sustainability Management for Hotels

HA 270 – Hospitality Information Technology II

HA 280 – Beverage Production and Service

HA 345 – Hospitality Organizational Behavior and Human Resources Management

HA 355 – Revenue Management and Cost Control for Restaurants

HA 365 – Hospitality Marketing

HA 400 – Hotel Group Sales Management

HUM 373 – Nature and Values

ISM 360 – Management Information Systems

JLS 104 – Grammar and Style

JUS 411 – Criminal Justice Ethics

MGT 300 – Managing, Organizing, and Leading

MGT 303 – Concepts in Management

MGT 340 – Business Ethics

MKT 303 – Concepts in Management

MKT 333 – Introduction to Marketing

PADM 327 – Public Budgeting and Finance

PADM 411 – Ethics, Policy, and Administration

PHI 332 – Health Care Ethics

POS 110 – American Politics

POS 220 – Federal and Arizona Constitution

POS 230 – Current Issues Politics: International Conflict through Film

POS 359 – Environmental Policy

POS 501 – Research Methods and Analysis

POS 543 – Organizational Management

PR 272 – Introduction to Public Relations

PRM 205 – Happiness

PRM 300 – Ecotourism

PSY 215 – Abnormal Psychology

PSY 240 – Developmental Psychology

PSY 250 – Social Psychology: Personality and Social Psychology

PSY 340 – Child and Adolescent Development

PSY 378 – Positive Psychology: Understanding Human Strengths

REL 150 – Religions of the World

SOC 204 – Sociology of Gender

SOC 215 – Race and Ethnic Relations

SOC 316 – Sociology of Sexuality

SOC 318 – Sociology of Health and Illness

SPA 310 — Commercial Spanish

WGS 191 – Women, Gender Identity, and Ethnicity