Individual Courses and Workshops

Individual Courses and Workshops

and

Liberal Arts Core and/or gtP Eligible Undergraduate Classes


The Office of Extended Studies reserves the right to cancel or reschedule courses based upon enrollment.  Decisions on whether a class is a "go" or "no go" are typically made one week before the start date of the class.
Enrolled students will be contacted with information of any change.

American Sign Language -- Advanced Placement -- Communication -- Criminal Justice -- English
Faculty Led Study Abroad-England -- Faculty Led Study Abroad-France -- Faculty Led Study Abroad-Germany
Faculty Led Study trip to Mesa Verde --Holocaust Workshop -- Mathematics
Music -- Philosophy -- Sociology -- Sexual Predator Workshop -- Theatre


COURSES
Course Info Name Dates & Time Location Tuition Registration Instructions
ART 308-627

THE TRADITIONAL ARTS OF ANCESTRAL PUEBLOANS AT MESA VERDE (3 cr)
Instructor: Michael Fenton

Faculty led trip to Mesa Verde

 

May 19-June 27, 2014

Mesa Verde
6/16-6/20

Organizational Meeting 4/19, 10-noon, Guggenheim Hall room #001. Bring $65 camp fee to meeting

UNC Guggenheim Hall and Mesa Verde

$700

All students can fill out OES pre-registration form or call toll free
(800) 232-1749

ART 508-628

THE TRADITIONAL ARTS OF ANCESTRAL PUEBLOANS AT MESA VERDE (3 cr)
Instructor: Michael Fenton

Faculty led trip to Mesa Verde

 

May 19-June 27, 2014

Mesa Verde
6/16-6/20

Organizational Meeting 4/19, 10-noon, Guggenheim Hall room #001. Bring $65 camp fee to meeting

UNC Guggenheim Hall and Mesa Verde

$800

All students can fill out OES pre-registration form or call toll free
(800) 232-1749

ASL 101-700

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I (3cr)
Introduces basics of American Sign Language and Deaf Culture; designed for students for have limited/no knowledge of ASL, focusing on receptive and expressive skills in basic conversation, dialogue, vocabulary development. 

May 19-Aug. 8

Denver Center at Lowry

$307/ch

Visit the DOIT Center webpage for registration instructions.

ASL 101-001

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I (3cr)
Introduces basics of American Sign Language and Deaf Culture; designed for students for have limited/no knowledge of ASL, focusing on receptive and expressive skills in basic conversation, dialogue, vocabulary development. 

May 19-Aug. 8

UNC Campus
Tue./Thurs. 9:25-11:05am

$227/ch after COF is applied. $64.78/ch for student fees

Visit the DOIT Center webpage for registration instructions.

ASL 102-700

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE II (3cr)
prerequisite: ASL I
Expands knowledge of/experiences in American Sign Language skills and Deaf Culture; develops communicative competence at beginning level focusing on receptive and expressive skills in basic conversations, dialogue, and vocabulary development. 

May 19-Aug. 8

Denver Center at Lowry

$307/ch

Visit the DOIT Center webpage for registration instructions.

ASL 102-001

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE II (3cr)
prerequisite: ASL I
Expands knowledge of/experiences in American Sign Language skills and Deaf Culture; develops communicative competence at beginning level focusing on receptive and expressive skills in basic conversations, dialogue, and vocabulary development. 

May 19-Aug. 8

UNC Campus
Tue./Thurs.
5-6:40pm

$227/ch after COF is applied. $64.78/ch for student fees

Visit the DOIT Center webpage for registration instructions.

ASL 201-900

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE III (3cr)
prerequisite: ASL II
Continues to expand knowledge of experiences in American Sign Language and Deaf Culture; designed to emphasize ASL grammar and sentence structure and to develop communicative competence at intermediate level. 

May 19-Aug. 8

Online

$1110/course

Visit the DOIT Center webpage for registration instructions.

ASL 201-700

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE III (3cr)
prerequisite: ASL II
Continues to expand knowledge of experiences in American Sign Language and Deaf Culture; designed to emphasize ASL grammar and sentence structure and to develop communicative competence at intermediate level. 

May 19-Aug. 8

Denver Center at Lowry

$307/ch

Visit the DOIT Center webpage for registration instructions.

ASL 201-001

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE III (3cr)
prerequisite: ASL II
Continues to expand knowledge of experiences in American Sign Language and Deaf Culture; designed to emphasize ASL grammar and sentence structure and to develop communicative competence at intermediate level. 

May 19-Aug. 8

UNC Campus
Tue./Thurs. 9:25-11:05am

$227/ch after COF is applied. $64.78/ch for student fees

Visit the DOIT Center webpage for registration instructions.

ASL 202-900

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE IV (3cr)
prerequisite: ASL III
Emphasizes ASL vocabulary, grammar structure to develop communicative competence at intermediate level, promoting awareness of cultural behaviors, rules of discourse, and explores regional and dialectal variations in ASL.

May 19-Aug. 8

Online

$1110/course

Visit the DOIT Center webpage for registration instructions.

ASL 202-700

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE IV (3cr)
prerequisite: ASL III
Emphasizes ASL vocabulary, grammar structure to develop communicative competence at intermediate level, promoting awareness of cultural behaviors, rules of discourse, and explores regional and dialectal variations in ASL.

May 19-Aug. 8

Denver Center at Lowry

$307/ch

Visit the DOIT Center webpage for registration instructions.

ASL 202-001

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE IV (3cr)
prerequisite: ASL III
Emphasizes ASL vocabulary, grammar structure to develop communicative competence at intermediate level, promoting awareness of cultural behaviors, rules of discourse, and explores regional and dialectal variations in ASL.

May 19-Aug. 8

UNC Campus
Tues./Thurs. 11:20am-1:00pm

$227/ch after COF is applied. $64.78/ch for student fees

Visit the DOIT Center webpage for registration instructions.

COMM 223-940

INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION (3)

Instructor: David Palmer, PhD


We are all about to partake in a college course online—together. So, let’s try to start very simple. At its core, this course examines the nature of communication as it occurs within and between cultures. As we move toward a globalized world, the ideas of (a) culture and (b) the blending of cultures have become important topics across the social sciences in general, and communication studies in particular.
The primary goal of COMM 223-940 is to examine the communication practices, concepts, and theories involved as people interact within and among cultures.


August 25- December 12, 2014

Online

$270/ credit hour

All students will register through Banner System.

Registration Instructions

CRJ 408-608

TECHNIQUES OF SHOOTING RECONSTRUCTION (3 cr)
Instructor: Al Price
This comprehensive course is designed for crime scene investigators, detectives, crime laboratory analysts and others in the
field of forensic science that have the basic training and skills for shooting crime scene examinations. This course will assist you
in connecting all of the forensic pieces for the purpose of shooting crime scene reconstruction. This course will also assist in the
documentation of physical evidence at the scene which you previous might not have recorded in past cases. Mock scenes for this
course were designed to assist the student in the importance of scene processing. This Course begins May 7th thru May 11th on
Blackboard. Students must complete the Blackboard assignments and exam prior to classroom instruction convening beginning
at 8:00 May 12th. Class will meet from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm daily. Students will then have until Wednesday, May 21st to complete
their Final examination on Blackboard.
CRJ Courses Flyer

May 7-21, 2014
8-5pm

Candelaria
Rm 1375

$725/course
This course is not eligible for the Colorado Opportunity Fund stipend

All students will register through Banner System.

Registration Instructions

ENG 508-940

GRAMMAR AND STUDENT WRITING (3 cr)
Instructor: Ben Varner

This is an online course in which teachers or prospective teachers of language arts will study relationships among grammar, punctuation, and student compositions. Responses will involve discussion board postings. This course requires a minimum of 112.5 online contact hours.
There will be a culminating workshop paper.


May 19-June 27, 2014

Online

$270/credit

All students will register through Banner System.

Registration Instructions

FL 296-629

HISTORY OF MEXICO: YUCATAN (3 cr)
Instructor: Robert Weis
You must also register for ANT 296-628 for this faculty led study abroad.

Regions in Mexico share a similar history, but events and phenomena unfolded very differently in different places. This is especially true in the Yucatán, with its unique cultural history, distance from the centers of government, and its singular geographically. This course examines the history of Mexico from the 16th century to the present, from the particular perspective of the Yucatán. Main themes include the Conquest, the Caste War, the Revolution, and the livelihoods of today’s Yucatecos. Discussion of these topics will complement our daily, direct engagement with this remarkable place.

May 26-July 7, 2014
May 26-June 8- online,
June 8-June 27-Mexico,
June 28-July 7-online

Online/Yucatan

CANCELLED

$1725.50/ course

All students can fill out OES pre-registration form or call toll free
(800) 232-1749

FL 395-600

UNC IN AIX-EN-PROVENCE, FRANCE (3 cr)
Instructor:Lorie Sauble-Otto
This course is one component of a comprehensive summer study abroad experience in Aix-en-Provence, France. It is meant to provide guidance and reflective practice for a successful adaptation to France.

May 21-June 21, 2014

 

UNC + Aix-en-Provence, France

TBD

This course is not eligible for the Colorado Opportunity Fund stipend



All students can fill out OES pre-registration form or call toll free
(800) 232-1749

MED 513-633

MATHEMATICS COLLABORATIVE TO SUPPORT TEACHER QUALITY (2 cr)
Instructors:
Dr. Bill Blubaugh
Jerry Overmyer
Dr. Oscar Levin
Kristina Smith
Tiffany Utoft

This course is part of a program providing professional development on building mathematical and teaching knowledge by understanding and using Common Core State Standards and formative assessments. Participants will gain an awareness of the Mathematics Design Collaborative (MDC) tools and experience and understand how the Formative Assessment Lessons support big ideas of mathematics and help students make connections within and across concepts, as described in the Common Core State Standards.

This will be 4 days of face-to-face instruction on June 9th-12th at the University of Northern Colorado. Additional assignment(s) will be due on July 21st.

UNC Campus

$55 per credit

All students will register through Banner System.

Registration Instructions

MUS 256-630

UNC EUROPEAN SUMMER OPERA PROGRAM 2014 (2cr)
Instructor: William Wilson

Practical experience in the production and performance of a complete operatic works in professional productions in Europe.  Techniques of acting, singing, character analysis and stage direction will be studied.  Students will perform in Master Classes with well-known opera singers and conductors.  Students will also perform in student concerts in the Bad Schwalbach, Germany

June 6-19, 2014, Frasier Hall
June 20-July 20-Germany

Frasier Hall and Germany

$658

This course is not eligible for the Colorado Opportunity Fund stipend

All students will register through Banner System.

Registration Instructions


MUS 256-631

UNC EUROPEAN SUMMER OPERA PROGRAM 2014 (4 cr)
Instructor: William Wilson

Practical experience in the production and performance of a complete operatic works in professional productions in Europe.  Techniques of acting, singing, character analysis and stage direction will be studied.  Students will perform in Master Classes with well-known opera singers and conductors.  Students will also perform in student concerts in the Bad Schwalbach, Germany

June 6-19, 2014, Frasier Hall
June 20-July 20-Germany

Frasier Hall and Germany

$658

This course is not eligible for the Colorado Opportunity Fund stipend

All students will register through Banner System.

Registration Instructions


MUS 308-610

WARD METHOD WORKSHOP I (3 cr)
Instructor: Alise Brown
Teaching method designed for the elementary Catholic classroom teacher, but it is also appropriate for the secular music classroom teacher interested in teaching musical literacy and aesthetic instruction through singing.

July 7-11, 14-15; 8:30-12:30, 1:30-3:30,
July 16: 8:30-11:30

Frasier Hall

$900

This course is not eligible for the Colorado Opportunity Fund stipend

 

Registration Form

MUS 308-611

WARD METHOD WORKSHOP II (3 cr)
Instructor: Alise Brown
Continuation of material learned in Ward I, this class covers 3-6 grade instruction focusing on singing above and below DO in the Minor Scale and Modes in authentic and plagal ranges, as well as continued use of the Major Scale

July 21-25 and July 28-29,
8:30-12:30, 1:30-3:30
July 30,
8:30-11:30

Frasier Hall

$900

This course is not eligible for the Colorado Opportunity Fund stipend

 

Registration Form

MUS 456-630

UNC EUROPEAN SUMMER OPERA PROGRAM 2014 (2 cr)
Instructor: William Wilson

Practical experience in the production and performance of a complete operatic works in professional productions in Europe.  Techniques of acting, singing, character analysis and stage direction will be studied.  Students will perform in Master Classes with well-known opera singers and conductors.  Students will also perform in student concerts in the Bad Schwalbach, Germany

June 6-19, 2014, Frasier Hall
June 20-July 20-Germany

Frasier Hall and Germany

$658

This course is not eligible for the Colorado Opportunity Fund stipend

All students will register through Banner System.

Registration Instructions


MUS 456-631

UNC EUROPEAN SUMMER OPERA PROGRAM 2014 (4 cr)
Instructor: William Wilson

Practical experience in the production and performance of a complete operatic works in professional productions in Europe.  Techniques of acting, singing, character analysis and stage direction will be studied.  Students will perform in Master Classes with well-known opera singers and conductors.  Students will also perform in student concerts in the Bad Schwalbach, Germany

June 6-19, 2014, Frasier Hall
June 20-July 20-Germany

Frasier Hall and Germany

$658

This course is not eligible for the Colorado Opportunity Fund stipend

All students will register through Banner System.

Registration Instructions


MUS 508-601

ORFF SCHULWERK TRAINING PROGRAM LEVEL I (3 cr)
Instructor:Janice Dickensheets
The student will focus on the components of the Orff Schulwerk Teaching Process with its inherent implications for teaching in the elementary-middle musical classroom

June 16-20, and 23-27,
M-F, 8-5pm

TBD

$1099

This course is not eligible for the Colorado Opportunity Fund stipend



Please fill out Orff registration form or call toll free
(800) 232-1749

MUS 508-602

ORFF SCHULWERK TRAINING PROGRAM LEVEL II (3 cr)
Instructor:Janice Dickensheets
The student will focus on the components of the Orff Schulwerk Teaching Process with its inherent implications for teaching in the elementary musical classroom

June 16-20, and 23-27,
M-F, 8-5pm

TBD

$1099

This course is not eligible for the Colorado Opportunity Fund stipend

Please fill out Orff registration form or call toll free
(800) 232-1749

MUS 508-603

ORFF SCHULWERK TRAINING PROGRAM LEVEL III (3 cr)
Instructor:Janice Dickensheets
In this course the student will focus on the components of the Orff Schulwerk Teaching Process (level dependent) with inherent implications for teacihng in the musical classroom.

June 16-20, and 23-27,
M-F, 8-5pm

TBD

$1099

This course is not eligible for the Colorado Opportunity Fund stipend

Please fill out Orff registration form or call toll free
(800) 232-1749

MUS 508-604

TEACHING MUSIC IN ITS CONTEXT: INCORPORATING HUMANITIES INTO MUSIC CLASSES (3 cr)
Instructor:Janice Dickensheets
This course illustrates ways music teachers can incorporate a humanities-based approach into their classroom teaching, ensembles, and private lessons for any age group. Bachelor's degree required, preferably in music.

June 9-14,
8:30-12, 1:30-5:30

TBD

$275/ch

This course is not eligible for the Colorado Opportunity Fund stipend

All students will register through Banner System.

Registration Instructions



MUS 508-612

WARD METHOD WORKSHOP I (3 cr)
Instructor: Alise Brown
Teaching method designed for the elementary Catholic classroom teacher, but it is also appropriate for the secular music classroom teacher interested in teaching musical literacy and aesthetic instruction through singing.

July 7-11, 14-15; 8:30-12:30, 1:30-3:30,
July 16: 8:30-11:30

Frasier Hall

$900

This course is not eligible for the Colorado Opportunity Fund stipend

 

Registration Form


MUS 508-613

WARD METHOD WORKSHOP II (3 cr)
Instructor: Alise Brown
Continuation of material learned in Ward I, this class covers 3-6 grade instruction focusing on singing above and below DO in the Minor Scale and Modes in authentic and plagal ranges, as well as continued use of the Major Scale

July 21-25 and July 28-29,
8:30-12:30, 1:30-3:30
July 30,
8:30-11:30

Frasier Hall

$900

This course is not eligible for the Colorado Opportunity Fund stipend

 

Registration Form


MUS 656-630

UNC EUROPEAN SUMMER OPERA PROGRAM 2014 (2 cr)
Instructor: William Wilson

Practical experience in the production and performance of a complete operatic works in professional productions in Europe.  Techniques of acting, singing, character analysis and stage direction will be studied.  Students will perform in Master Classes with well-known opera singers and conductors.  Students will also perform in student concerts in the Bad Schwalbach, Germany

June 6-19, 2014, Frasier Hall
June 20-July 20-Germany

Frasier Hall and Germany

$658

This course is not eligible for the Colorado Opportunity Fund stipend

All students will register through Banner System.

Registration Instructions


MUS 656-631

UNC EUROPEAN SUMMER OPERA PROGRAM 2014 (4 cr)
Instructor: William Wilson

Practical experience in the production and performance of a complete operatic works in professional productions in Europe.  Techniques of acting, singing, character analysis and stage direction will be studied.  Students will perform in Master Classes with well-known opera singers and conductors.  Students will also perform in student concerts in the Bad Schwalbach, Germany

June 6-19, 2014, Frasier Hall
June 20-July 20-Germany

Frasier Hall and Germany

$658

This course is not eligible for the Colorado Opportunity Fund stipend

All students will register through Banner System.

Registration Instructions


NCCJ 012-632

IDENTIFYING, TRACKING, AND INVESTIGATING VIOLENT SEXUAL PREDATORS
Presenters from FBI, DCI, Fort Collins Police Department, Boulder County Sheriff's Office, Judge from District Court 19th Judicial District, US Marshal Service

This two–day workshop is for career professionals that deal with violent sexual predators, their victims, and related evidence. This intensive workshop will provide attendees the behavioral characteristics that might assist them in recognizing offender’s aberrant sexual behavior. Additionally, strategies for tracking and investigating violent sexual behavior will be examined. A legal update on Colorado’s Criminal Statutes pertaining to violent sexual predators will also be provided.

August 20-21st, 2014

Loveland Center at Centerra

8:30am-4:30pm

$195 per person

Registration Form

NCED 011-600

ADVANCED PLACEMENT PROGRAM- BIOLOGY
Instructor:Richard Schwenz

Course for participants in AP Institute. Contact Extended Studies for info.

Advanced Placement Website

June 23-26, 2014

Ross 1331 LAB

$599

 



Students can fill out AP Course Registration Form or call toll free
(800) 232-1749

NCED 012-601

ADVANCED PLACEMENT PROGRAM- CHEMISTRY
Instructor: Richard Schwenz

Course for participants in AP Institute. Contact Extended Studies for info.

Advanced Placement Website

June 23-26, 2014

UNC

$599

 



Students can fill out AP Course Registration Form or call toll free
(800) 232-1749

NCED 013-602

ADVANCED PLACEMENT PROGRAM- GOVERNMENT & POLITICS: COMPARATIVE AND U.S.
Instructor: Richard Schwenz

Course for participants in AP Institute. Contact Extended Studies for info.

Advanced Placement Website

June 23-26, 2014

CANCELLED

UNC

$599

 



Students can fill out AP Course Registration Form or call toll free
(800) 232-1749

NCED 014-603

ADVANCED PLACEMENT PROGRAM-ENGLISH
Instructor: Richard Schwenz

Course for participants in AP Institute. Contact Extended Studies for info.

Advanced Placement Website

June 23-26, 2014

UNC

$599

 



Students can fill out AP Course Registration Form or call toll free
(800) 232-1749

NCED 015-604

ADVANCED PLACEMENT PROGRAM- CALCULUS AB
Instructor: Richard Schwenz

Course for participants in AP Institute. Contact Extended Studies for info.

Advanced Placement Website

June 23-26, 2014

UNC

$599

 



Students can fill out AP Course Registration Form or call toll free
(800) 232-1749

NCED 016-609

ADVANCED PLACEMENT PROGRAM- US HISTORY
Instructor:Richard Schwenz

Course for participants in AP Institute. Contact Extended Studies for info.

Advanced Placement Website

June 17-19, 2014
T-F
8-5pm

UNC

$599

 



Students can fill out AP Course Registration Form or call toll free
(800) 232-1749

NCED 016-605

ADVANCED PLACEMENT PROGRAM- US HISTORY
Instructor:Richard Schwenz

Course for participants in AP Institute. Contact Extended Studies for info.

Advanced Placement Website

June 23-26, 2014
M-TH
8-5pm

Ross 0275

$599

 



Students can fill out AP Course Registration Form or call toll free
(800) 232-1749

NCED 017-606

ADVANCED PLACEMENT PROGRAM- SPANISH LANGUAGE
Instructor:Richard Schwenz

Course for participants in AP Institute. Contact Extended Studies for info.

Advanced Placement Website

June 23-26, 2014

UNC

$599

 



Students can fill out AP Course Registration Form or call toll free
(800) 232-1749

NCED 018-607

ADVANCED PLACEMENT PROGRAM- HUMAN GEOGRAPHY
Instructor: Richard Schwenz

Course for participants in AP institute. Contact Extended Studies for info.

Advanced Placement Website

June 17-20, 2014

CANCELLED

UNC

$599

 



Students can fill out AP Course Registration Form or call toll free
(800) 232-1749

NCPD 008-625

VOICES FROM THE HOLOCAUST-TRANSCENDING THE DARKNESS (NO CREDIT)
Presenters: Dr. Jeri Kraver, Kira Aarestad, Todd Hennessy

Sessions:

Echoes & Reflections Curriculum

Holocaust and the Role of Women through the Lense of Literature

Testimony from the Camp System

View workshop schedule and session descriptions.


April 26, 2014
8:30am-4pm

Loveland Center at Centerra

 

Tuition: Free

Workshop Registration Form

PHIL 100-940

INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY (3 cr)
Instructor: Mark Reinholz
An examination of issues pertaining to knowledge, reality and morality. Issues examined might include the following: Can we know anything? Does God exist? Is morality merely personal opinion? (LAC, gtP)

Jan. 13-May 9, 2014

Online

Instructions for activating your UNC account
and logging into Blackboard (your online course provider)

Tuition: $227

This course is not eligible for the Colorado Opportunity Fund stipend

All students will register through Banner System.

Registration Instructions


PSY 495-600

COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY: INTERNATIONAL STUDY (3 CR)
Instructor: Nancy Karlin
This course provides an introduction to the field of community psychology. Community psychology is concerned with person-environment interations and the ways society impacts individuals and community functioning.

May 10-June 4.
Travel
May 18- June 1

UNC + England

$500/ch



Students can fill out OES pre-registration form or call toll free
(800) 232-1749

PSY 595-600

COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY: INTERNATIONAL STUDY (3 CR)
Instructor: Nancy Karlin
This course provides an introduction to the field of community psychology. Community psychology is concerned with person-environment interations and the ways society impacts individuals and community functioning.

May 10-June 4.
Travel
May 18- June 1

UNC + England

$500/ch



Students can fill out OES pre-registration form or call toll free
(800) 232-1749

SES 513-626

CANCER EXERCISE SPECIALIST WORKSHOP SUMMER 2014 (2 cr)
Instructor: Reid Hayward, Ph.D.
The course will provide critical content information and practical application that will prepare individuals to design and conduct exercise intervention programs for cancer patients.  The physiological alterations that occur during and following cancer therapy and the effects that exercise has on eliminating or reducing these effects will be presented.


July 28-Aug. 1, 2014
M-Thurs-9-5
F-9-noon

Ben Nighthorse Campbell Center

$55/ch

All students will register through Banner System.

Registration Instructions

THEA 308-625

SHAKESPEARE'S LONDON (4 CR)
Instructor: David Grapes
Faculty led study abroad to London

May 12- August 1, 2014

UNC + London
Travel in London, Assignments before and after on blackboard.

$1900

All students will register through Banner System.

Registration Instructions

THEA 308-635

SUMMER THEATRE INTERNSHIP I (3)

Instructor: David Grapes and Ann M Toewe

This course is intended as a professional training ground for students in the areas of theatre outside of performance.  The course will focus upon the professional aspects of theatre from conceiving to producing to closing a production.  Students will work alongside professionals from the theatrical community in all aspects of theatre from stage management, to design, to marketing, to technical theatre.  The course is intended as the “first step” from academic theatre at the University level to professional theatre as it is presented in a summer repertory setting. By completing this professional internship any student will acquire a solid foundation in the daily workings of a professional theatre through hands-on training.

May 20-June 28, 2014

UNC Campus

$100/ credit hour

 

All students will register through Banner System.

Registration Instructions

THEA 308-636

SUMMER THEATRE INTERNSHIP II (3)

Instructor: David Grapes and Ann M Toewe

This course is intended as a professional training ground for students in the areas of theatre outside of performance.  The course will focus upon the professional aspects of theatre from conceiving to producing to closing a production.  Students will work alongside professionals from the theatrical community in all aspects of theatre from stage management, to design, to marketing, to technical theatre.  The course is intended as the “first step” from academic theatre at the University level to professional theatre as it is presented in a summer repertory setting. By completing this professional internship any student will acquire a solid foundation in the daily workings of a professional theatre through hands-on training.

July 1-August 9, 2014

UNC Campus

$100/ credit

All students will register through Banner System.

Registration Instructions