Veterans Studies Program

The Veterans Studies Program (VTS) offers a unique, multi-disciplinary program that provides veterans and non-veteran students a foundation of understanding regarding military structure, culture, combat, and the psychological and physiological changes resulting from military service. This first-of-its-kind program is dedicated to educating non-veterans about Veteran issues. The VTS program facilitates an environment of inquiry about the transformative nature of military service to include the return to civilian life. The program provides students the knowledge necessary to improve services for veterans and their interation and relations with veterans.

NEW PARTIAL-SEMESTER COURSE ADDED TO SPRING SCHEDULE:

VTS 200 - Introduction to Veterans Studies (CRN 27337) will meet on Thursdays from 3:30-6:15 p.m. starting on March 17, 2014. This course is a web-blended course (meets on campus and online) and fills the GEN ED 6 category.

The following courses are available in the Summer 2014 semester as applicable to the Veterans Studies Program (VTS). Please contact Deanna Kasitz for more details about the program or instructors of the listed course.

VTS 200 - Introduction to Veterans Studies

  • CRN 51687 - May 19-July 11, 2014 (Summer I) ONLINE
  • CRN 51688 - June 9-August 1, 2014 (Summer II) ONLINE

Supporting Course(s):

Cultural Dimension:

ENG 386W* - War and Peace in Literature (CRN to be determined) June 9-August 1, 2014 (Summer II) MTWR at 10:15 a.m. (please see schedule for end time)

*This course fills a university writing requirement for students who need that option.