Welcome in the Wilderness
According to some studies, nearly three-quarters of Americans who participate in outdoor activities are white. Colorado College has committed to making outdoor education more inclusive, and Britt McClintock is helping the college embody its commitment, developing curriculum used to train student trip leaders, offering workshops, bringing in guests, and leading outings herself.
Learn about the relationship between violence and revolutionary change in twentieth-century Mexico with this history/southwest studies course. The story of Mexico is often told as a failure narrative. This course will challenge this basic assumption by situating the experiences of ordinary people, front and center.
Are you interested in developing your art? Or want to explore something new? This course will survey the fundamental concepts, practices and techniques in drawing. With an emphasis on composition, technical skill and visual literacy, this course will prepare students for advanced classes in studio art.
Interested in medicine? Intro. to Anatomy will help students gain an understanding of the fundamental concepts of the structure of the human body which will include regional study of the major organ systems. This course is designed to meet the needs of students interested in graduate studies & allied health fields.
Explore how different political systems produce different dreams of the future beginning with competing 20th century utopian visions of a bright future. Conversely, this course will also examine how cultural production in the 21st century imagines dystopian landscapes.