Kansas Studies (KS)
KS 199 Special Topics: Kansas Studies (3)
An interdisciplinary topics course on a theme associated particularly with Kansas history and culture, which is team taught by Fellows of the Center. Students and faculty will be challenged to integrate material from different perspectives on a common topic based on joint interest and available resources. As topics change, the course may be repeated for credit.
KS 340 Kansas Studies (1-3)
A multidisciplinary course taught by faculty members of the Center for Kansas Studies that stresses the interrelationships among all aspects of Kansas including anthropology, archaeology, ethnicity, fine arts, geography, geology, history, literature, politics and religion. Prerequisite: None.
KS 395 Independent Study - Kansas Studies (1-3)
Directed readings and individualized research program on a subject relevant to Kansas Studies and with the guidance of a professor. May be taken for more than one semester. Prerequisite: Consent of Instructor and approval of Director of the Center for Kansas Studies.
KS 397 Internship in Kansas Studies (1-3)
A program for junior/senior–level undergraduates offered in cooperation with a local or state agency with the supervision of the Director of the Center for Kansas Studies. Prerequisite: Approval of Director of the Center for Kansas Studies.
KS 399 Special Topics-Kansas Studies (3)
Topics will vary from semester to semester and will be announced in advance. May be taken for more than one semester. Prerequisite: Consent of Instructor