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Voyage Label: Spring 2022

  • Economics of Outdoor Recreation [CRN 19728]

    Outdoor recreation contributed almost $460 billion to the U.S. economy in 2019 and contributes substantially to economies across the globe. The COVID-19 pandemic has further contributed to an increase in […]

  • Economics of Outdoor Recreation [CRN 19727]

    Outdoor recreation contributed almost $460 billion to the U.S. economy in 2019 and contributes substantially to economies across the globe. The COVID-19 pandemic has further contributed to an increase in […]

  • The Anthropology of Religion [CRN 17835]

    The Anthropology of Religion is an examination of the ways people around the world interact with the supernatural, with special emphasis placed on Mediterranean/European, Native American beliefs, animism, Wicca, Appalachian […]

  • Food as Medicine [CRN 19726]

    Food is not only a form of sustenance but serves as the foundation for health and a form of medicine. “Food as medicine” is both an evolving concept and an […]

  • Introduction to Spanish-speaking Cultures [CRN 19725]

    LSPA 250 will explore selected works in literature (translated into English), film and performing arts, as well as cultural artifacts from different periods and genres which represent the interrelationship of […]

  • First-Year Spanish Review [CRN 19718]

    LSPA 106 is a student-centered, activities-driven class that employs an immersion, task-based approach to help students use Spanish to express themselves and be understood in realistic contexts and for real […]

  • New Student Seminar [CRN 17845]

    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, […]

  • Reading Without Borders [CRN 19717]

    E 142 Reading Without Borders will examine global and multicultural narratives of family, faith, race, gender, class, and nation. The readings are designed to impart a rich and nuanced understanding […]

  • Intermediate Creative Writing: Nonfiction [CRN 19434 Course] [CRN 19435 Recitation]

    Creative nonfiction is diverse and multifaceted, and this course will look at many writing concepts with a focus on memoir, personal narrative, and travel narrative. Students will study and employ […]

  • Business Writing and Communication [CRN 19433]

    Gain practical experience in workplace and business communications. Students will focus on the study of theory and principles of effective communication in a professional business environment. Learn valuable techniques for […]

  • Survey of Human Nutrition (Section 1) [CRN 17999]

    This course will explore basic nutrition concepts and principles and their application to personal and population health. We will establish a foundation by studying the digestion, absorption, metabolism, and functions […]

  • Survey of Human Nutrition (Section 2) [CRN 18000]

    What should you eat to maximize your health? This class gives an overview of the nutrients we need. Then we will discuss why we frequently eat too much food and […]

  • International Business Management [CRN 15982]

    While the opportunities for international commerce have never been greater, the challenges are similarly substantial. This course provides an initial overview of the major problem areas businesses encounter while operating […]

  • Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship (Section 2) [CRN 19454]

    Are you up to the challenge of starting a new business? This course focuses on developing the mindset, tools, and skills necessary for starting a new venture. Drawing from the […]

  • Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship (Section 1) [CRN 15966]

    Are you up to the challenge of starting a new business? This course focuses on developing the mindset, tools, and skills necessary for starting a new venture. Drawing from the […]


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