CU-Boulder Continuing Education Offers Session II Courses This Spring

Published: Feb. 19, 1998

Registration is under way for full-term session II credit courses through the Division of Continuing Education at the University of Colorado at Boulder.

All full-term evening courses begin during the third week in March.

The cost for Colorado residents is $90 per credit hour. Non-resident tuition is $170 per credit hour for the first three semester hours and rises for courses totaling four or more credit hours.

Most session II courses are three or four credit hours.

A variety of courses will be offered this spring including “Producing the Feature Film,” a course that familiarizes students with principles of sound film management techniques as well as problem-solving methodologies developed specifically for the film industry.

Another course is “Ethics and Social Issues in U.S. Health and Medicine,” which will explore current ethical and policy issues in U.S. health and medical practices. This course includes issues such as alcohol and drug abuse, organ transplants and substitutes, genetic engineering, contraception, abortion, occupational safety and health and euthanasia.

Classes are offered in the evening to accommodate nontraditional students who have families and jobs. Many courses fulfill core requirements in the College of Arts and Sciences.

The Continuing Education catalog lists all of the classes offered for spring and is free at the Continuing Education Registration Office, 1221 University Ave.

For more information or to register call 492-5148.