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Voyage Label: Fall 2022

  • Social and Sustainable Venturing (Section 1) [CRN 72129]

    Many consider businesses as vital players in addressing the global challenges highlighted in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Since the mainstreaming of environmental issues into business discourse in the […]

  • Supply Chain Management [CRN 72126]

    The COVID-19 pandemic clearly highlights how supply chains are vital components in our everyday lives. Shutdowns caused delays in sourcing consumer products and key components that are still having consequences […]

  • New Student Seminar [CRN 72125]

    Students will utilize critical thinking and problem-solving skills to create a successful transition to the Semester at Sea experience. This transition will include an assessment of social identities, values, skills, […]

  • Culinary Tourism and Hospitality Management [CRN 74290]

    Countries such as France, Spain, and Japan have long been destinations for culinary tourists. Other destination regions around the world have begun to realize the importance of local cuisine in […]

  • Food and Society [CRN 72137] [CRN 72138 Recitation]

    The United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) recognizes items related to food such as the Mediterranean diet, the gastronomic meal of the French, beer culture in Belgium, and […]

  • International Issues-Recreation and Tourism [CRN 72135]

    Over the past decades, tourism has experienced continued expansion in face of economic turbulence and shifts in trends to become one of the largest and fastest-growing economic sectors in the […]

  • Topics in Comparative Religions (Focus: Comparative Christianities) [CRN 69719]

    This course explores the historical, sociological, cultural and theological diversity and multiplicity of Christianity, from its very beginning, throughout its two-millennia history, and arguably more so in the future. There […]

  • International Business Management (Section 1) [CRN 74126]

    The effects of international cultural differences on business practices within and outside the United States are examined in this class, and methods are provided to build synergies and enhance competitive […]

  • International Relations [CRN 70730]

    This course will be a study and examination of contemporary theory and practice of international relations. We will start with the fundamental questions of politics and international politics, followed by […]

  • Biological Diversity [CRN 70352]

    The 6th mass extinction is currently underway and maintenance of biological diversity is one of the great challenges with which our world is struggling. This course will provide students with […]

  • Conservation of Marine Megafauna (Section 2) [CRN 74068]

    Whales, sharks, squids, sea turtles, albatrosses… oh my! FW 304 will be an engaging introduction to marine megafauna, ecology, and conservation. We will first examine the physical dimensions of the […]

  • Conservation of Marine Megafauna (Section 1) [CRN 72122]

    Whales, sharks, squids, sea turtles, albatrosses… oh my! FW 304 will be an engaging introduction to marine megafauna, ecology, and conservation. We will first examine the physical dimensions of the […]

  • Positive Psychology (Section 2) [CRN 74074]

    “Happiness cannot be pursued; it must ensue. One must have a reason to ‘be happy’,” wrote psychoanalyst Viktor Frankl. In this course, students will learn current research and theory pertaining […]

  • Positive Psychology (Section 1) [CRN 74073]

    “Happiness cannot be pursued; it must ensue. One must have a reason to ‘be happy’,” wrote psychoanalyst Viktor Frankl. In this course, students will learn current research and theory pertaining […]

  • Sociology of Intersectionality [CRN 74056]

    Examines sociological theories and research on intersectionality. Beginning with the work of Crenshaw, who coined the term in 1989, this course focuses on how social division and social identity, i.e. […]


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