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Voyage Label: Spring 2023

  • International Education Seminar (Section 1)

    This one-credit seminar explores the complexities surrounding international development and the intersections with sustainable tourism. It provides the learning framework surrounding the two Impact Field Programs designed exclusively for students […]

  • International Education Seminar (Section 2)

    This one-credit seminar explores the complexities surrounding international development and the intersections with sustainable tourism. It provides the learning framework surrounding the two Impact Field Programs designed exclusively for students […]

  • Positive Psychology (Section 2)

    What makes life worth living? This is the question posed by the field of Positive Psychology. In this course, you will learn research and theory pertaining to positive psychology, including […]

  • Social Psychology

    Have you ever been convinced that a friend was mad at you because they didn’t respond to your text, only to learn that their phone was simply turned off? Have […]

  • Positive Psychology (Section 1)

    What makes life worth living? This is the question posed by the field of Positive Psychology. In this course, you will learn research and theory pertaining to positive psychology, including […]

  • Public Speaking (Section 1)

    No matter where your life takes you, at some point you will be asked to deliver a speech, make remarks, or give a presentation. This on your feet skills-based course […]

  • Introduction to Performance

    This course is designed to help students better understand the preparation necessary for performance, what makes the art of theatre tick, how to develop their own unique artistic voice, and […]

  • Public Speaking (Section 2)

    No matter where your life takes you, at some point you will be asked to deliver a speech, make remarks, or give a presentation. This on your feet skills-based course […]

  • Introduction to Theatre

    Moving beyond the traditional lecture format, in this interactive introductory course students will discover what theatre is, where it happens, who is involved in creating it, and how it evolves […]

  • U.S.-China Relations Since 1800

    The relationship between China and the U.S. is arguably one of the most complex and yet extremely important bilateral relationships in the world today. How to manage this relationship has […]

  • Comparative Economic Systems

    How do nations differently organize their economy? What is the appropriate balance between government and markets in achieving desired economic objectives? This course introduces students to different economic systems building […]

  • International Relations

    How do we think differently about world politics? What tools do policymakers use to understand the world and make policies? The goal of this course is to introduce students to […]

  • Psychology of Music

    How do we transform complex sounds into comprehensible and meaningful music? What physiological, neurological, cognitive, and cultural systems are involved? How are music and identity related? Why do we make […]

  • Exploring World Music (Section 2)

    Humans have been making music for tens of thousands of years to bond with one another and to articulate social values and cultural identities. Ethnomusicology is the study of why, […]

  • Exploring World Music (Section 1)

    Humans have been making music for tens of thousands of years to bond with one another and to articulate social values and cultural identities. Ethnomusicology is the study of why, […]


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