Our Program

Frequently Offered Courses

Semester at Sea offers three-credit courses across a wide range of disciplines. Course syllabi reflect the expertise of the faculty member and the voyage itinerary. Many of the courses listed below are offered on every voyage. Typically one-third of the courses are lower-division and two-thirds are upper-division. For more information on these courses, go to: catalog.colostate.edu.

Discipline

Offered Most Voyages*

Offered All Voyages


(Indicated by underline. subject to faculty availability)**

BUSINESS

Contemporary Management Principles/Practices
Ethics in Contemporary Organizations
Leadership & Social Responsibility
Buyer Behavior
Services Marketing
Marketing
International Marketing
International Business Management

COMMUNICATION, JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES

Media in Society
Feature Writing
Digital Documentary Photography
International Mass Communication
Journalism, Peace, & War
Intercultural Communication
Intermediate Creative Writing

ECONOMICS AND POLITICAL SCIENCE

Economic Development
Comparative Economic Systems
Globalization, Sustainability, & Justice
Social and Sustainable Venturing
and/or Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship
Principles of Microeconomics
and/or Principles of Macroeconomics
Comparative Government & Politics
and/or U.S. Foreign Relations
International Relations
World Interdependence: Current Global Issues

LITERATURES AND LANGUAGES

World Drama
Modern Women Writers
Reading Without Borders
and/or World Literatures — Modern Period

HISTORY

Latin American History (Fall):
Colonial
or Revolutions
or Since Independence
African History (Spring):
Precolonial*
or Colonialism to Independence
or Modern
U.S.-China Relations Since 1800 (Spring)
Asian Civilizations (Spring)
or China in the Modern World
or Pacific Wars: Korea & Vietnam

NATURAL RESOURCES

Oceanography
Biological Diversity
and/or Coastal Environmental Ecology

PERFORMING AND VISUAL ARTS

Introduction to Theatre
Introduction to the Visual Art
Seminar in Art History
Exploring World Music
Global Encounters in Art

PSYCHOLOGY AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

General Psychology
Special Topics in Psychology
Adolescent Psychology
Individual & Family Development
Children and Youth in Global Context
Abnormal Psychology
Social Psychology
and/or Psychology of Human Sexuality

PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION

Topics in Comparative Religions
Meaning and Truth in Religion
Religions of the West (Fall)
Religions of the East (Spring)

SOCIETY AND CULTURE

Social Problems
Gender and Society
Cultural Change
or Social Change
Human Origins and Variation
Global Studies
Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

SPANISH LANGUAGE STUDIES

First-Year Spanish Review (Fall)
Spanish Literature in Translation (Fall)
Issues in Hispanic Culture

TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY

Food and Society
Principles of Natural Resource Tourism
International Issues in Recreation & Tourism

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