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: www.catalog.colostate.edu.

*Offered Most Voyages  |  **Offered All Voyages

BUSINESS

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

ECONOMICS AND POLITICAL SCIENCE

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**
Economic Development*
Comparative Economic Systems*
Globalization, Sustainability, & Justice*

COMMUNICATION, JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES

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

TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY

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

PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION

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

LITERATURES AND LANGUAGES

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

SPANISH LANGUAGE STUDIES

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

PERFORMING AND VISUAL ARTS

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

PSYCHOLOGY AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

Abnormal Psychology**
Social Psychology**
and/or Psychology of Human Sexuality**
General Psychology*
Special Topics in Psychology*
Adolescent Psychology*
Individual & Family Development*

ANTHROPOLOGY

Introduction to Cultural Anthropology**
Human Origins and Variation*

NATURAL RESOURCES

Oceanography**
Biological Diversity**
and/or Coastal Environmental Ecology**

SOCIETY AND CULTURE

Children and Youth in Global Context**
Global Studies**
Social Problems*
Gender and Society*
Cultural Change*
or Social Change*

HISTORY

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

 

Frequently Offered Courses Download