By Kelsey Corley, Student Editor of The Kayseean
Registration week is almost upon us, and students are starting to work out their schedules for next semester. While you’re browsing course offerings, consider some of these exciting classes to add to your plan for the fall!
Introduction to Web Presence and Social Media Strategy (DMAD 1500)
This class teaches the principles and applications of modern digital media tools and introduces students to different publishing tools and content management systems. This course has many applications that go beyond those in the Digital Media Art & Design program and would be an excellent addition for anyone interested in social media management, marketing, or communications. Intro to Web Presence will be taught by Professor Lee Jones on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6 to 9 PM. To learn more about classes taught in the Digital Media Arts & Design Program visit this webpage.
Shakespeare (ENGL 3461)
This course offers an in-depth study of Shakespeare’s finest plays and is perfect for anyone with a love of classical literature or theatre. This class will be taught by Dr. Erin Kingsley on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:10 to 2:40 PM. To learn more about the English Program at King University visit this webpage.
History of Art (FINE 2210)
Get ready to learn about the various forms of artistic expression ranging from early Paleolithic drawings to the great Renaissance masters. This class will cover it all! History of Art will be offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:10 to 2:40. To learn more about art classes taught at King University visit this webpage.
Age of Revolutions (HIST 3110)
This course will take you through the changing social and economic dynamics of the 18th and 19th centuries. Students will follow the path of European history from the beginnings of the French Revolution to the end of the First World War and develop a better understanding of the enlightenment and how it still influences modern politics and philosophy. This course will be taught by Dr. Martin Dotterweich on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:10 to 2:40 PM. To learn more about the History Program at King University visit this webpage.
Cryptology: The Science of Secret Writing (Math 1500)
This course teaches student’s the basics of modern and historical encryption methods and simple decryption techniques. Cryptology is an exciting and engaging math course that is perfect for math majors and non-majors alike! This coming fall, cryptology will be a Monday, Wednesday, Friday class taught by Dr. Bill Linderman from 1:40 to 2:40. To learn more about the Mathematics Program at King University visit this webpage.
Espionage and Intelligence
Take a look into the world of spies! According to the Academic Catalog, this course provides “an introduction to the institutional structure and evolving mission of the United States Intelligence Community and examines the complex political interface between intelligence policy and democratic citizenship in contemporary America.” This course will be taught by Professor Gail Helt on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 10:10 to 11:10 AM. To learn more about the Security and Intelligence Program at King University visit this webpage.
Registration week lasts from March 22 to the 26th, so make sure to schedule those advising appointments, and don’t forget to check out the new automatic degree audits available through your King portal. Best of luck for the coming semester!