Educational Technology

July 30, 2017

Online class about upcoming solar eclipse offered to students this fall

Filed under: Educational Technology — admin @ 12:35 am

By Kyle Hampel, the Collegian

Kansas State University is offering a new online math class for the fall semester focused on the upcoming total solar eclipse. The class will begin on the day of the eclipse, Aug. 21, and focus on the math and physics related to celestial events in our solar system. As previously reported by the Collegian, the solar eclipse will occur on the first day of the fall semester, and class attendance is optional for all students. The eclipse class will be offered in two sections of Math 199. The Solar Eclipse section, or section ZA, is a four-week class for one credit. The Hidden Figures section, or section ZB, is a 12-week class for three credits. Both sections are designed for students who want a better understanding of the upcoming eclipse.

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