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Voyage Label: Fall 2018

  • Public Relations [CRN 81250]

    Public relations is an often-misunderstood aspect of an organization’s communication with its stakeholders – most commonly equated with publicity, promotion, and communicating solely for an organization’s gain. Regarding practice, public […]

  • International Mass Communication [CRN 77181]

    This course encourages students to think, analyze and discuss the role of the news media, both national and international.  Students will be expected to consider the cultural, political, social and […]

  • Global Studies (Section 1) [CRN 77165]

    Global Studies is an introduction to living in our global home. It is an opportunity to prepare to get the most out of each port visit, and also the place […]

  • Services Marketing [CRN 81245]

    Services are becoming the dominant economic driver in the U.S. economy; they are critical for gaining a competitive advantage in companies around the world and in all industrial sectors.  The […]

  • Marketing (Section 2) [CRN 81251]

    This course provides an overview of all the marketing activities involved in providing consumers with goods and services. More specifically, we will study individual and industrial buyers, product and service development, […]

  • Marketing (Section 1) [CRN 81253]

    This course provides an overview of all the marketing activities involved in providing consumers with goods and services. More specifically, we will study individual and industrial buyers, product and service development, […]

  • Strategic Management [CRN 81199]

    Strategy is the pattern of resource allocation that enables a firm to improve or maintain its performance, and strategic management is the process through which firms choose and implement their […]

  • Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship (Section 2) [CRN 79620]

    This course is a survey course of the field of entrepreneurship. The survey course introduces entrepreneurship, explores recognizing opportunities and new venture creation as well as industry and competitor analysis. […]

  • History of Rock and Roll [CRN 81241]

    Historical overview of rock and roll with emphasis on listening skills, musical analysis, the artists, and the industry. This course will examine Rock music as a musical tradition and social, […]

  • Exploring World Music (Section 1) [CRN 81244]

    Global aspects of music and its meaning with connections to the environment, sound, and world cultures. This survey course attempts to gain a deeper understanding of a society by studying […]

  • Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship (Section 1) [CRN 77185]

    This course is a survey course of the field of entrepreneurship. The survey course introduces entrepreneurship, explores recognizing opportunities and new venture creation as well as industry and competitor analysis. […]

  • Introduction to Astronomy [CRN 81183]

    Astronomy can be considered one of the world’s oldest sciences.  Since ancient times, humanity has looked to the night sky for inspiration and tried to make sense of the universe.  […]

  • Oceanography (Section 1) [CRN 77186]

    Oceanography is the great, “big picture” science.  The world’s ocean is the single biggest factor influencing the Earth’s climate, weather, and history of life on the Earth.  It has served […]

  • Negotiating Globally [CRN 81255]

    People around the globe confront a host of contentious problems whose substance is often further complicated by cross-cultural difficulties. Some of these issues are social; others are oriented toward business, […]

  • International Relations [CRN 81219]

    This course will use a world-order perspective to investigate certain central concepts and theories of international relations in the context of the countries we will visit during our Semester at […]


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