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The College of Education plans to offer an array of Summer 2023 courses. A sampling of those courses is listed below. Students will find UK Core, required, and elective courses delivered online or in person. For more about Summer 2023, including the summer calendar and information about financial assistance, visit

Course ID
Course Name
Who should take this course?
UK Core?
Credit hours
EPE/EDP 557-210 Gathering, Analyzing, and Using Educational Data Online, asynchronous Students with at least junior status are welcome to enroll in EPE 500 level courses for undergraduate credit. Other undergraduate students may enroll with the permission of the instructor. Dr. Kelly Bradley Graduate level course: fulfilling statistics, quantitative methods, and research course requirements Yes. Applies to the UK Core requirement: Statistical Inferential Reasoning 3
EDS 600-210 Survey of Special Education Online Graduate students Dr. Kera Ackerman Graduate or post-baccalaureate student status No 3
EDS 375-212 Introduction to Education of Exceptional Children Online, asynchronous Undergraduate students who plan to work with children in any capacity Dr. Sally Shepley None No 3
KHP 230 Human Health and Wellness Online Students desiring UK Core, and all KHP majors Dr. Melinda Ickes, Dr. Jill Day None Yes 3
KHP 200 History and Philosophy of Physical Education and Sport Online All Kinesiology and Health Promotion majors Dr. Randy Crist None No 3
KHP 280 Foundations of Coaching Online Coaching minors Dr. Aaron Beighle None No 3
KHP 300 Psychology and Sociology of Physical Education and Sport Online All Kinesiology and Health Promotion majors, coaching minors Dr. Heather Erwin None No 3
SEM 621 Foundations of STEM Teaching In person, Tuesdays 4-6:30 p.m. Prospective secondary STEM teachers – Graduate level Dr. Sahar Alameh None No 3