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Voyage Label: Spring 2017

  • International Relations [CRN 27398]

    Students will learn about major events in international affairs post-World War II and the primary schools of thought for understanding these events.  Delving into these theories will help students approach, […]

  • Current World Problems [CRN 27391]

    This course provides an understanding of some of the most pressing issues that face our world today.   Over the course of the semester we will look at classic political problems […]

  • Philosophy of Aging [CRN 27400]

    The objectives of this course are to introduce students to main concepts and theories in philosophy of aging and to give students experience in making and justifying positions on topics […]

  • Topics in Comparative Religions [CRN 27403]

    Subtitle: “Matter Matters: A Reconsideration of Idolatry and Anthropomorphism” This course involves historical investigation of the related concepts of idolatry and anthropomorphism in the interpretation of religions, especially as they […]

  • Environmental Ethics [CRN 27397]

    Traditional ethics is a branch of moral philosophy that gives consideration to right and wrong conduct among human interactions.  It attempts to define virtue in human life and responsibilities toward […]

  • Philosophical Issues in the Professions: Caring Professions [CRN 27394]

    The objectives of this course are to introduce students to main concepts and theories in the field of biomedical ethics and to give students experience in making and justifying ethical […]

  • Introduction to Ethics [CRN 27392]

    The objectives of this course are to introduce students to main concepts and theories in the field of philosophical ethics and to give students experience in making and justifying ethical […]

  • Religions of the East [CRN 27389]

    This course is an introductory survey of the major religious traditions of Asia—including Hinduism, Buddhism (both South and East Asian), Jainism, Sikhism, Confucianism, Daoism, and Shinto.  We will explore within […]

  • Oceanography (Section 2) [CRN 27395]

    Oceanography is an interdisciplinary science, which can be divided into four main disciplines: marine geology, marine chemistry, physical oceanography, and marine biology. To understand the broad-scale features and dynamics of […]

  • Oceanography (Section 1) [CRN 27390]

    Oceanography is an interdisciplinary science, which can be divided into four main disciplines: marine geology, marine chemistry, physical oceanography, and marine biology. To understand the broad-scale features and dynamics of […]

  • Coastal Environmental Ecology [CRN 27409]

    This interdisciplinary course will examine different stressors and their impacts on the ecology of coastal environments. We will investigate stressors on coastal environments, such as urban development, overfishing, mining for […]

  • Environmental Conservation (Honors) [CRN 27380] [CRN 27385 Lab]

    Earth’s land and water ecosystems depend on climate, the flows of energy and matter, changes in populations of plants and animals, and the influences of humans.  Interactions among all these […]

  • International Marketing [CRN 27382]

    This course explores strategic marketing from a global point of view.  This implies the need to learn how to enter markets and to challenge competitors.  Topics include identifying and satisfying […]

  • Leading High Performance Teams [CRN 27384]

    This course is designed to assist students build the skills necessary to function as members of effective and supportive teams. Students will also learn how to lead high-performance teams within […]

  • Principles of Marketing [CRN 27371]

    A survey of successful companies would show them to be customer centered with a commitment to satisfying customer needs in clearly defined target markets.  This course provides an overview of […]


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