April 26, 2013. If you would like to learn about the region, brush up on business skills, make new friends, pick up a new language, or gain experience at an internship, then come to Lees-McRae for summer school. With topics ranging from Appalachian photography and clogging to small business accounting and clinical wildlife rehabilitation, there is a course to match every personality. Online and seated sections, plus introductory and advanced classes, will be offered.
“Students not actively enrolled at Lees-McRae are welcome to audit or fully enroll in Lees-McRae Summer School,” said Lynn Hinshaw, registrar. “We’re excited about the courses being offered this summer and we feel many of the classes would be of interest to the community. We hope community members and students will take advantage of our summer school!”
- Course offerings include:
- History of the Appalachian Trail
- The Feminine Voice in Appalachian Literature
- Introduction to Clogging
- Appalachian Photography
- Personal Health
- Clinical Wildlife Rehab I
- Clinical Wildlife Rehab II
- Appalachian Ecology
- Small Business Accounting
- Study Abroad
- Financial Decision Making
- Appalachian Documentary
- Principles of Law Enforcement
- Judicial Process
- U.S. and the World
- Current Issues and Trends in Sports
- General Psychology
- Social Psychology
- Spanish for the Professions
- Spanish and Latin American Film
- Toltec Wisdom Literature
- Sport & Cinema in Television
If you wish to audit a course, meaning you will not receive college credit, the cost is only $85 per class. Current students participating in summer school will have the option to live on campus.
For more information about summer school at Lees-McRae College, please contact Lynn Hinshaw, registrar, at [email protected] or 828.898.3473.
Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains of western North Carolina, Lees-McRae College is a private, four-year college offering diverse baccalaureate degrees, strong athletic programs and outstanding faculty. With 850 students hailing from 40 states and more than 10 countries, Lees-McRae’s broad core curriculum is enhanced by field-specific career preparation and experiential learning with an emphasis in leadership and service. For more information, please visit www.lmc.edu or call 828-898-5241.