Weekend Classes Announced by Huntington College


HUNTINGTON, IN -- Huntington College announced a number of Weekend Classes starting in late January. The courses are open to traditional undergraduates, adult students in the Excel Program, and non-degree seeking students from the community.

Courses cover a wide range of topics, including art, photography, American history, the Bible, and psychology. Classes will meet on Friday evenings or Saturday mornings through May.

Registration continues through the January 25. Tuition is $150 per credit hour. Art and photography courses have additional laboratory fees. For further information, contact the Office of the Registrar at (260) 356-6000, extension 1011.

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Huntington College Spring 1996 Weekend Classes

AR 133 Creating with Clay -

An introduction to clay as a three-dimensional medium for artistic expression. Students will develop basic hand-building skills used to create three-dimensional forms in clay using slab and coil methods. Emphasis will be on craftsmanship as well as the integration of form and surface. The course will also include a brief introduction to wheel-thrown techniques.

2 credits, Saturdays 9:00 am - 12:00 noon MCA ANNEX

Meets 8 consecutive weeks, Jan 27, Feb. 3, 10, 17, 24, Mar 2, 9, 16
AR 261 Photography -

Principles of photography as a creative art form. Students will create and compose photographic art with principle emphasis on the medium of slide photography. Students will provide their own 35mm SLR camera.

2 credits, Saturday, 9:00 am - 12:00 noon MCA 260

Jan 27, Feb. 10, 24, Mar 2, 16, April 6, 20, May 4
BR 311 Gospel of John

A systematic study of the Gospel of John, examining its major themes, authorship, and relationship to the Synoptic Gospels.

3 credits, Friday, 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm, LOEW 153

Jan 26, Feb. 9, 23, Mar 8, Apr. 5, 19, May 3, 17
HS 119 American Civil War

This course will examine the American Civil War starting with its causes, focusing on its course of events, and concluding with its results. The course will incorporate a variety of presentation methods including video, audio, class discussion and lecture. One field trip and instruction in accessing Civil War materials using the Internet will also be included. Students will read the required text and at least one Civil War novel and will develop a research project on some aspect of the War. Grades will be based on the research project, regular reading reports, a mid-term examination and a comprehensive final examination.

3 credits, Saturday, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm, LOEW 153

Feb. 3, 17, Mar 16, 23, 30, Apr. 13, 27, May 11
PY 111 Introduction to Psychology

A survey of the principles, methods and findings in various areas of psychology. Topics surveyed include development, socialization, personality, learning and motivation, physiology and psychopathology.

3 credits, Friday, 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm, LOEW 153

Feb. 2, 16, Mar 1, 15, 29, Apr. 12, 26, May 10



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