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Primary Texts Certificate

Prof. Laurie M. Johnson
Director, Primary Texts Certificate
c/o Department of Political Science
214 Calvin Hall
Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS 66506

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lauriej@k-state.edu

The Primary Texts Certificate Online Classes

We now are able to offer students at K-State and at a distance the ability to obtain the Primary Texts Certificate completely online. The courses currently offered online are below. In general, any course on our "All Approved" list on our home page that is offered at a distance (designated "ZA") will count for Primary Texts Credit. Students pursuing the certificate at K-State can obtain some or all of their classes online. Students off campus, who will pursue the certificate at a distance should contact Dr. Laurie Johnson (lauriej@ksu.edu) to register for the program and to discuss the timing and order of courses.

DAS 300: Primary Texts Core Course--The Great Conversation (every Spring semester)

GWSS 500: Topics in Gender, Women and Sexuality (Summer '18)

History 101: Rise of Europe (Frey)

History 200: Topics in History (Tietzen) (Summer '18)

History 571: 18th Century Europe (Frey)

History 578: Central Europe (Frey)

History 595: The French Revolution (Frey)

History 598: History of Islam & other topics (Summer '18)

Music 405: Music Elementary Teacher (Summer '18)

Political Science 301: Introduction to Political Thought

Political Science 401: Environmental Political Thought

Political Science 661: Political Thought to the 16th Century

Political Science 524: Political Islam (Summer '18)

Political Science 672: Ideologies, Their Origins and Impact (Summer '18)

Students pursuing the certificate at K-State can obtain some or all of their classes online. Students off campus, who will pursue the certificate at a distance should contact Dr. Laurie Johnson (lauriej@ksu.edu) to register for the program and to discuss the timing and order of courses.

Here's Dr. John Warner teaching Nietzsche in DAS 300, our Core Course: