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Voyage Label: Fall 2022

  • Positive Psychology (Section 1) [CRN 74073]

    “Happiness cannot be pursued; it must ensue. One must have a reason to ‘be happy’,” wrote psychoanalyst Viktor Frankl. In this course, students will learn current research and theory pertaining […]

  • Sociology of Intersectionality [CRN 74056]

    Examines sociological theories and research on intersectionality. Beginning with the work of Crenshaw, who coined the term in 1989, this course focuses on how social division and social identity, i.e. […]

  • Social Inequality [CRN 72165]

    Social stratification and the resulting social inequality are fundamental organizing principles of all societies and social processes. An individual’s location within the stratification system is a consistent predictor of their […]

  • Risk and Resilience Across the Lifespan [CRN 74075]

    Whether it is loss of a parent through death or divorce, bullying, alcoholism or substance abuse in the home, mental illness in a parent or sibling, growing up with domestic […]

  • Social Problems [CRN 74055]

    Sociological analysis of global social problems and how they are built into society. Critically interrogates the dynamics of power relations that maintain and challenge the structure of society. Emphasis placed […]

  • Oceanography (Section 2) [CRN 69724]

    What better way to study oceanography than on a journey that begins in the North Atlantic, traverses the Mediterranean Sea, transits the Suez Canal, and continues on to both the […]

  • Oceanography (Section 1) [CRN 69723]

    What better way to study oceanography than on a journey that begins in the North Atlantic, traverses the Mediterranean Sea, transits the Suez Canal, and continues on to both the […]

  • The World of Parasites [CRN 74058]

    Welcome to the World of Parasites: protozoa, worms, bugs, vectors, and human and animal diseases! This course will take you into the world of an amazing group of organisms that […]

  • Public Speaking (Section 1) [CRN 72168]

    This course allows students to learn, practice, and fine-tune their public speaking skills, and is appropriate for both inexperienced and experienced speakers. The course focuses on research, writing, and delivery […]

  • Public Speaking (Section 2) [CRN 74053]

    This course allows students to learn, practice, and fine-tune their public speaking skills, and is appropriate for both inexperienced and experienced speakers. The course focuses on research, writing, and delivery […]

  • Cultural Geography [CRN 74051]

    This course offers an introduction to the field of cultural geography, providing students with an understanding of how place impacts culture and identity and how culture and identity impact a […]

  • Mapping, Cartography, and Spatial Thinking [CRN 74050] [CRN 74133 Lab]

    This course offers an in-depth examination of how maps provide a spatial perspective and shape how we think about the world. While we often think of maps as just showing […]

  • Introduction to Geography [CRN 74049]

    This course offers students an introduction to the multidisciplinary field of Geography by creating a foundation and understanding of the breadth of the discipline and its application to other fields […]

  • Global Encounters in Art (Focus-Art and Religions of the World) [CRN 74048]

    Man-made artifacts—the arts of painting, sculpture, and architecture—communicate meaning beyond words, and are integral to major religions around the world.  They can make palpable the depths of devotion and emotion […]

  • Introduction to the Visual Arts (Focus: Shaping Spaces-Comparative Architecture East and West) (Section 1) [CRN 74115]

    Architecture, the most readily visible and accessible art form, is defined as the art or practice of designing and constructing buildings. This survey course will explore the history of architecture […]


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