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Voyage Label: Fall 2022

  • Marketing (Section 2) [CRN 70737]

    Marketing is the only revenue-focused and customer-facing function of business. Without marketing to generate revenue, a business would not last long! Marketing’s fundamental concepts permeate virtually all areas of business […]

  • Psychology of Human Sexuality [CRN 74067]

    What is the primary sexual organ in humans?  It might not be what first comes to mind…it’s actually the brain! The psychology of human sexuality is the scientific examination of […]

  • Abnormal Psychology (Section 2) [CRN 74066]

    Have you ever suspected that your friend has an eating disorder, wondered if that homeless person on the street is schizophrenic, or speculated that your aunt has OCD? Have you […]

  • Abnormal Psychology (Section 1) [CRN 70728]

    Have you ever suspected that your friend has an eating disorder, wondered if that homeless person on the street is schizophrenic, or speculated that your aunt has OCD? Have you […]

  • Coastal Environmental Ecology [CRN 74052]

    The intersection of the open ocean and the terrestrial environment encompasses a variety of globally important nearshore and shoreline ecosystems. Coastal environments occur across continents and oceans, and range from […]

  • Conflict Management and Communication [CRN 74109]

    The course SPCM 436 explores the topic of conflict management from intercultural and communication perspectives. During the course, students will learn about theories of conflict and its management from different […]

  • Global Studies (Section 2) [CRN 74129]

    The field of Global Studies explores transnational patterns of human experience across time and space, drawing on multiple disciplines and ways of knowing.  Its aim is to better understand important […]

  • Global Studies (Section 1) [CRN 74128]

    The field of Global Studies explores transnational patterns of human experience across time and space, drawing on multiple disciplines and ways of knowing.  Its aim is to better understand important […]

  • International Mass Communication [CRN 69721]

    This course will expose students to the journalistic practice and news media systems around the world, with particular emphasis on the countries we visit. We will compare and contrast how […]

  • Online Storytelling and Audience Engagement [CRN 74060] [CRN 74062 Lab]

    By enrolling in JTC 326, students will be able to produce compelling, well-constructed stories online and on social networking platforms or video-logging sites. Students enrolled in this course will take […]

  • Media in Society [CRN 72147]

    In this course, students will explore the role of media and how it shapes society in the digital age. We will study the historic development of media in the United […]

  • International Business Management (Section 2) [CRN 74127]

    The effects of international cultural differences on business practices within and outside the United States are examined in this class, and methods are provided to build synergies and enhance competitive […]

  • Ethics in Contemporary Organizations [CRN 72116] [CRN 72117 Recitation]

    Ethical behavior and social responsibility in organizations are critical to the long-term success of businesses in the United States and in countries around the world. With increasing competition globally and […]

  • Survey of Human Nutrition (Section 2) [CRN 74111]

    This course will explore basic nutrition principles and concepts and their application to personal and population health.  Students will learn how food is digested, how individual macro-nutrients (protein carbohydrates, and […]

  • Global Environmental Politics [CRN 74072]

    This course will be a study and examination of contemporary global environmental politics. We will examine global environmental politics in the framework of international politics. We will start with the […]


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