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New this summer! Digital Badges

Take interesting courses during Summer 2020 and begin your journey to earning a digital badge. You can earn badges within your field of study or try something completely new. There are no prerequisites required. Once you complete the courses required for the digital badge, you can add it to your resume or LinkedIn profile. 

View the available courses and badges from 8 different colleges below.

Digital Badges with Courses beginning May 12
Digital Badge Courses College
Distillation Fundamentals
(Take any two)
  • EGR 380: Bourbon Production Engineering
    (May 12-June 23) -non-engineers only
  • CME 599: Topics in Chemical Engineering: Bourbon Production Engineering
    (June 25-Aug. 6)- non-engineers only
  • A&S 306: Spirit Chemistry
    (Jun. 11-Aug. 6)
  • PLS 335: Distillation, Wine and Brewing Science
    (Jun. 11-Aug. 6)
Interdisciplinary: College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment; College of Arts & Sciences; College of Engineering
Environmental Protection and Restoration
(Two classes are required; Please note that BIO 208 and CHE 230 cannot be combined)
  • CE 351: Intro to Environmental Engineering (May 12-Jun 24)
  • BAE 532/CE 542: Intro to Stream Restoration (May 12-Aug 6)
  • BIO 208: Principles of Microbiology (May 12-Jun 23)
  • CHE 230 Organic Chemistry I (Jun 11-Aug 6)  
Interdisciplinary: College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment; College of Arts & Sciences; College of Engineering
Equine Management and Industry Fundamentals
(all courses 1-credit hour)
  • EQM 301: Thoroughbred Sales (May 12-Jun 9)
  • EQM 302: Equine Event Planning (Jun 10-Jul 8)
  • EQM 300: Topics in Equine Science and Management (Jul 9-Aug 5)  
College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment
One Health: Insect Biology and Management
(Take any two)
  • ENT 110: Insect Biology (May 12-Aug 6)
  • ENT 220: Plague, Pests, and Pestilence: History and Global Perspective (no date listed)
  • ENT 561: Insects Affecting Human & Animal Health (Jun 25-Aug 6)
  • ENT 595: Digital Insect Identification (Jun 11-Aug 6)  
College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment
Social Action
(Take any two)
  • AAD 542: Grant Writing for Nonprofits (May 12-Aug 21)
  • SOC 235: Inequalities in Society (May 12-June 23 or Jun 25-Aug 6)
  • CLD 102: The Dynamics of Rural Social Life (June 25-Aug 6)
  • CLD 460: Community Development and Change (Jun 11-Aug 6)  
College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment; College of Arts & Sciences; College of Fine Arts
Veterinary Basics
  • ASC 209: Veterinary Medical Terminology (May 12-Jun 23)
  • ASC 325: Animal Physiology (May 12-Jul 7)  
College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment
Family Dynamics
  • FAM 357: Adolescent Development (May 12-Jun 9)
  • FAM 352: Issues in Family Sciences (Jul 9-Aug 5)
College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment
Personal and Family Finances
(Take any two)
  • FAM 251: Personal/Family Finance (May 12-Jun 9 or Jun 11-Aug 6)
  • FAM 352: Issues in Family Sciences (Jul 9-Aug 6)
  • FAM 402: Issues in Family Resource Management (Jul 9-Aug 6)  
College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment
Science of Love
  • FAM 253: Human Sexuality: Development, Behavior and Attitudes (May 12-Jun 9 or Jun 10-Jul 8)
  • FAM 352: Issues in Family Sciences (3 Jul 9-Aug 5)  
College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment
Nutrition and Your Health
(Choose two)
  • DHN 101: Human Nutrition and Wellness (May 12-Jun 9 or Jun 11-Aug 6) OR DHN 212: Introductory Nutrition (May 12-Jun 11)
  • DHN 241: Food Service Sanitation (May 12-Jun 9)
  • DHN 318: Hunger, Food Behavior, & the Environment (May 12-Jun 9)
  • DHN 597: Obesity and Food Insecurity Paradigm: From Cell to Society (Jun 11-Aug 6)
     
College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment
Hunger and Food Insecurity
(Choose two)
  • DHN 101: Human Nutrition and Wellness (May 12-Jun 9 or Jun 11-Aug 6) OR DHN 212: Introductory Nutrition (May 12-Jun 11)
  • DHN 318: Hunger, Food Behavior, & the Environment (May 12-Jun 9)
  • DHN 597: Obesity and Food Insecurity Paradigm: From Cell to Society (Jun 11-Aug 6)
College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment
Horse Health
  • ASC 389: Applied Equine Nutrition and Feeding (Jun 25-Aug 6)
  • EQM 351: Equine Health and Disease (May 12-Jun 23)
College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment
Management Fundamentals
  • MKT 300: Marketing Management (May 12 – June 9)
  • MGT 301: Business Management (June 10 – July 8, M-F 11:30am - 1:30pm)
   
Gatton College of Business
Financial Decisions
  • ACC 202: Managerial Uses of Accounting Information (May 13 – June 8 OR June 11 – August 6)
  • FIN 250: Personal Investing and Financial Planning (July 9 – August 5)  
Gatton College of Business
Health Communication
  • COM 471: Introduction to Health Communication (May 12 – June 9)
  • COM 572: Health Communication Campaigns and Communities (June 11 – August 6)
College of Communication and Information
Advertising Across Cultures
  • ISC 381 International and Cross-Cultural Advertising (May 12 – June 9)
  • JOU 455 Mass Media and Diversity (June 25 – August 6)
College of Communication and Information
History and Principles of Journalism
  • JOU 535: History of Journalism ( May 12- June 23)
  • JOU 531: Media Law (June 11- August 6)
College of Communication and Information
Health Professional School Boot Camp
(Complete 3)
  • BCH 419G: Molecular Basis of Human Disease (May 12-August 6)
  • PGY 560: Pathophysiology (May 12 – August 6)
  • MI 598: Clinical Microbiology (May 12 – August 6)  
College of Medicine
Understanding Our Natural World
(Choose two)
  • EES 170: Blue Planet: Intro to Oceanography – 5/12-6/8
  • BIO 102: Human Ecology – 6/11-8/5
  • GEO 130: Earth's Physical Environment – 6/25-8/5  
College of Arts & Sciences
Criminology and Legal Studies
(Choose two)  
  • PSY 320: Forensic Psychology – 5/12-6/8
  • SOC 339: Intro to Criminology – 5/12-6/23
  • PS 360: Politics of Law – 6/25-8/6
  • SOC 350: Victimology – 6/25-8/6
  • SOC 350: Crime and Disasters – 6/25-8/6  
College of Arts & Sciences
Professional Skills
(Choose two)
  • A&S 350: Personal Strengths and Your Career Development (May 12 - June 22)
  • WRD 204: Technical Writing (several sections)
  • PHI 334: Business Ethics (2 sections)
College of Arts & Sciences
Globalization and the Modern World
(Choose two)
  • GWS 302: Gender around the World (May 12 - June 9)
  • HIS 208: History of the Atlantic World (June 25 - Aug 6)
  • ANT 311: Anthropology of Globalization (May 12 - June 23)
  • SOC 350: Sex, Gender, and Childhood (May 12 - June 23)
  • ANT 221: Native People of North America (May 12 - June 23)
  • AAS 326: Contemporary African Lives (June 25 - Aug 6)
College of Arts & Sciences
Health Policy Studies
  • GWS 302: Gender around the World – 5/12-6/9
  • GEO 261: Geography of Health and Disease 6/11-8/6
  • SOC 350: Health, Gender, and Society – 6/25-8/6
  • PHI 305: Health care ethics – two sections 
College of Arts & Sciences
Sports and Society
  • ANT 103: Sports, Culture, and Society – 5/12-6/23
  • A&S 300: History of Sports in America – 5/12-6/9  
College of Arts & Sciences
Healthy Living
  • KHP 230: Human Health and Wellness (Section 210 – 5/12-6/9 or Section 211 – 6/10-7/8 or Section 212 – 7/9-8/5)
  • KHP 240: Nutrition and Physical Fitness (5/12-6/9)
College of Education
Critical Health Issues
  • KHP 270: Introduction to Health Education and Health Promotion (5/12-6/9)
  • KHP 590: Advanced Health Concepts (5/12-6/9)  
College of Education
Sex & Drug Education and Prevention
  • KHP 220: Sexuality Education (5/12-6/9)
  • KHP 222 – Drug Education (5/12-6/9)
College of Education
Healthcare Behind the Scenes: Exploring the Mechanics of Healthcare Delivery and Policy
  • CLM 241: Health and Medical Care Delivery (5/12-6/23)
  • CLM 350: Healthy Policy, Politics, & Law (6/11-8/6)  
College of Health Sciences
Digital Badges with Courses beginning after May 12
Digital Badge Courses College
Workplace Communication
  • COM 315: Understanding workplace communication in U.S. society (June 11-Aug. 6)
  • COM 325: Introduction to organizational communication (June 11-Aug. 6)
College of Communication and Information  
Digital Marketing
  • MKT 315: Digital Marketing Creation (June 10 – July 8)
  • MKT 325: Digital Marketing Strategy Evaluation (July 9 – Aug 5)  
Gatton College of Business
Computer Science Rudiments
(Option 1)
  • CS 216: Introduction to Software Engineering Techniques
  • CS 275: Discrete Mathematics
Computer Science
Computer Science Rudiments
(Option 2)
  • CS 215: Introduction to Program Design, Abstraction, And Problem Solving
  • CS 275: Discrete Mathematics
Computer Science
Computer Science Rudiments
(Option 3)
  • CS 115: Introduction to Computer Programming
  • CS 215: Introduction to Program Design, Abstraction, And Problem Solving  
Computer Science
Computer Science Rudiments
(Option 4)
  • CS 115: Introduction to Computer Programming
  • CS 275: Discrete Mathematics