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Voyage Label: Spring 2019

  • Social Problems [CRN 32579]

    We live in a world of more than 7.4 billion people, and we share a society with hundreds of millions. Despite the hugeness of humanity, most people think of themselves […]

  • International Business Finance [CRN 31309]

    This course is designed to introduce students to the concepts and principles in international finance that allow for competitive success. This course combines a strong foundation in international finance theory […]

  • Principles of Finance (Section 2) [CRN 31308]

    Sound financial management is of critical importance to every organization.  This course is designed to provide you with an overview of the basic concepts and principles of financial management, with […]

  • Principles of Finance (Section 1) [CRN 31307]

    Sound financial management is of critical importance to every organization.  This course is designed to provide you with an overview of the basic concepts and principles of financial management, with […]

  • Pacific Wars: Korea and Vietnam [CRN 27354]

    The United States fought two major land wars in Asia during the decades after World War II. Korea and Vietnam had been colonies (of Japan and France, respectively) and became […]

  • U.S.-China Relations Since 1800 [CRN 27356]

    Nine years before Britain’s legendary 1793 Macartney Mission to China, the newly independent United States sent a ship named Empress of China on a combined commercial and diplomatic assignment. Neither […]

  • China in the Modern World, 1600-Present [CRN 31314]

    Depending on which historian you ask, China exceeded European nations in wealth and power until the seventeenth or possibly the nineteenth century. This course will explore the ups and downs […]

  • Cultural Change [CRN 29369]

    This course provides an overview of the latest theoretical understandings about culture, culture change, modernity, structural inequality, and globalization in anthropology. The course will be grounded in understandings of cultural […]

  • Introductory Cultural Anthropology [CRN 29368]

    This class asks students to think about two fundamental questions: 1) What does it mean to be human? and 2) Is inequality inevitable? We will utilize the anthropological “toolkit” to […]

  • Global Studies (Section 2) [CRN 29412]

    Welcome to Global Studies! This course represents a shared and unifying academic experience for our entire shipboard community. It includes three main elements critical to our voyage: port exploration, intercultural […]

  • Global Studies (Section 1) [CRN 27332]

    Welcome to Global Studies! This course represents a shared and unifying academic experience for our entire shipboard community. It includes three main elements critical to our voyage: port exploration, intercultural […]

  • Global Change Ecology, Impacts and Mitigation [CRN 31354]

    This course is designed for students who understand basic ecology concepts and are prepared to objectively examine the complicated issues surrounding global change ecology. We will cover the following major […]

  • Global Change Ecology, Impacts and Mitigation [CRN 31305]

    This course is designed for students who understand basic ecology concepts and are prepared to objectively examine the complicated issues surrounding global change ecology. We will cover the following major […]

  • Intercultural Communication [CRN 27479]

    Regardless of your field of study or ultimate career trajectory you are more than likely to engage in deep interpersonal and professional relationships with people whose cultural background is significantly […]

  • Religions of the East [CRN 27389]

    Religions of the East will be an introduction to the philosophies, belief systems, symbolism, and ritual practices of Eastern religions.   Our focus will be on the basics of Hinduism and […]


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