Creativity in Motion, One Course at a Time
Using the college’s letterpress, students hand craft their own unique books and posters, learning the art of printing and binding from professors who are also experienced book artists.
Instead of taking multiple classes at a time, CC students study one course at a time, for three-and-a-half weeks.
8 BlocksPer Academic Year
3 1/2 WeeksPer Block
4 1/2 DayBlock Break
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Analytical/Bioanalytical Chemistry focuses on the concepts of chemical speciation, complex equilibria, and chemical activity taught through a detailed analysis and reconstruction of the Flint, MI water crisis.
Islam is an historical and thematic introduction to Islamic traditions from the seventh century CE to the present day, focusing on fundamental texts and practices.
The Language of Racism focuses on the language of racism across societies, examining the nature of discourses that communicate and reproduce racist ideologies.
Women, Children & Men: Families in Historical Perspective explores how we came to be who we are as modern persons, emphasizing how the circumstances, upbringing, and values of people of the past were at once like own and different.
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