LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) _ The University of Kansas is offering dozens of courses during its annual "summer camp for adults." Called Mini College, the weeklong program at the Lawrence campus is sponsored by the university's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and is entering its fourth year. From June 4 to June 7, participants will be able to take classes in the arts, natural sciences, mathematics, social and behavioral sciences and the humanities. Faculty from the university's School of Business also will teach this year, allowing for an even wider range of options. Course titles include "You Too Can Be a Theoretical Physicist" and "Investing Behaviors to Avoid." The $225 registration fee covers courses, special events, extracurricular activities and lunch. For the full college experience, participants can pay more to stay in student housing. More than 125 participants signed up in each of the first three years of the program.