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Voyage Label: Spring 2017

  • Intercultural Communication

    You have likely heard phrases such as “global diversity” and “international/intercultural communication” discussed at work, school, or even on the evening news. In an ever-increasing global and technological world, diversity […]

  • Introduction to Theatre [CRN 27411]

    This course invites students to explore the theatre as an art form, as well as the theatre’s impact on society. This introduction is also an appreciation of the theatre as […]

  • Film and Social Change [CRN 27412 Course] [CRN 27415 Lab]

    The cinema has the power to depict moments of great social change and also, on rare occasions, to bring about social change. This course will introduce students to different ways […]

  • Interpersonal Communication Skills

    The course design is to help students become more aware of the processes and dynamics of interpersonal communication in a variety of cultural/global contexts. A mentor of mine at the […]

  • Social Change [CRN 27413]

    COURSE DESCRIPTION  Students will study the theory of change and learn how different cultures deal with divergent opinions and the need for reform and improvement. Particular emphasis will be placed […]

  • Gender and Society [CRN 27416]

    This course provides an introduction to the sociological analysis of gender.  Throughout the semester, we will examine how gender is socially constructed in our society and discuss the implications of […]

  • Social Problems (Section 1) [CRN 27407]

    We live in a world of more than 7.4 billion people, and we share a society with hundreds of millions. Despite the hugeness of humanity, most people think of themselves […]

  • Social Problems (Section 2) [CRN 27410]

    This course introduces students to the study of social problems.  The course draws on the insights of C. Wright Mills, as laid out in The Sociological Imagination (1959/1976), a view […]

  • Abnormal Psychology [CRN 27399]

    This course is an overview of the field of abnormal psychology, which studies unusual patterns of behavior, cognition, and affect. The focus is on the major mental disorders as described […]

  • Social Psychology [CRN 27396]

    This course is an overview of the field of social psychology, which studies the influence of social interactions on individual behavior, cognition, and affect. This will include seminal theory and […]

  • Globalization, Sustainability, and Justice [CRN 27417]

    This course will analyze the environmental effects of globalization through a lens of economic and political justice, while seeking solutions that are sustainable and beneficial. This course will focus our […]

  • International Security [CRN 27418]

    Students will be immersed in the foundational literature in the security studies discipline, including Carl von Clausewitz, Sun Tzu, and Thucydides. Students will examine key international security dilemmas throughout the […]

  • Psychology of Human Sexuality [CRN 27393]

    Sexuality is defined as the ways in which we experience and express ourselves as sexual beings (Rathus, Nevid, and Fichner-Rathus, 2008). Sexuality is one of the most basic of human […]

  • Comparative Government and Politics [CRN 27404]

    This is an introductory level course in comparative politics, a subfield of political science that compares political systems across countries. Comparison of political systems helps us to understand the imperatives […]

  • United States Foreign Policy [CRN 27408]

    Students will learn about the foundational issues that influence contemporary U.S. foreign policy. They will learn about the major actors that shape foreign policy—both in the United States and globally—and […]

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