Enjoy a 30% discount on SBS Community Classroom offerings
This summer, University of Arizona employees can take online, noncredit courses offered through the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Community Classroom program at a 30% discount.
"We are excited to offer a discount to University of Arizona employees so they can enjoy courses on topics ranging from human rights and health psychology to science fiction and mezcal. The impact of COVID-19 is a theme that runs through many of our courses," said Maribel Alvarez, associate dean of community engagement for the college. "With our classes being online this summer, employees will have additional flexibility to take advantage of the diverse expertise we have at the University."
Two seven-week courses deal with human rights and can be watched on demand until July 3. In the courses Documenting Human Rights Abuses Through Forensic Anthropology and Human Rights Crises During COID-19, participants can study alongside graduate students in the online Human Rights Practice Program without the pressure of papers and exams.
With the course Health Psychology and the Global Coronavirus Pandemic, which runs from May 28 to June 25, participants will get a get a glimpse into a popular health psychology lecture class that was offered to undergraduates in the spring.
Mezcal: From Field to Glass – a five-week cultural immersion experience – will be offered from May 29 to June 26 and will introduce participants to the world of mezcal. So that participants can explore the diversity of mezcal itself, each two-hour class will feature an optional tasting.
And for science fiction lovers, the Community Classroom program is offering a three-week online class from June 4-18 on Remembering Humanity in Science Fiction Stories and Film.
For a complete description of the summer online 2020 courses, please visit the Community Classroom website. To get more information or to request the registration code for University employees, contact Kerstin Miller at email@example.com.