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Voyage Label: Spring 2021

  • Women in Art History

    (Focus on Contemporary Female Artists from Japan, China, Indonesia, India, Africa, Mexico, Brazil, Europe, and the U.S.)  This course will begin with some of the pioneering feminist artists from Japan […]

  • International Business Management

    What would you experience if your career as a manager crossed borders? International business requires managers who can work effectively across diverse cultures and contexts, yet still develop their own, […]

  • Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship

    What would it be like to start your own business? This survey course broadly examines what entrepreneurship entails, including how entrepreneurs recognize and follow up on opportunities to create new […]

  • Contemporary Management Principles/Practices

    Management is everywhere—at its core, it is the process by which we relate to others with the intent to organize and work toward common goals—it is the ‘how’ through which […]

  • World Interdependence – Current Global Issues (Focus: Language Conflict and Cooperation) (Section 1)

    This course is designed to give students a deeper appreciation of the beauty, complexity, and diversity of the world’s languages, how they are used for communication and to express cultural […]

  • World Literatures-The Modern Period

    Like the experience of travel, literature offers us profound insights into our own culture and the cultures of others. In this course, we will study a rich selection of literary […]

  • Documentary Film as a Liberal Art

    Traveling the globe provides a remarkable opportunity to explore diverse cultures and issues. In this course, students will watch engaging and thought-provoking documentaries (via the ship’s closed-circuit television system or […]

  • Documentary Film as a Liberal Art

    Traveling the globe provides a remarkable opportunity to explore diverse cultures and issues. In this course, students will watch engaging and thought-provoking documentaries (via the ship’s closed-circuit television system or […]

  • International Mass Communication

    This course explores international cultures and the role of the mass media. The Semester at Sea voyage provides us a fantastic opportunity to examine: the flow of news and information; […]

  • Feature Writing

    The course will help you become a better writer. And you’ll have some remarkable opportunities on your Semester at Sea voyage to help you flourish as a writer of creative […]

  • Conflict Management and Communication

    SPCM 436 Conflict Management and Communication examines theoretical and practical issues concerning conflict management, communication, and power in various social environments as well as different ways to constructively approach conflict, […]

  • Intercultural Communication

    SPCM 434 Intercultural Communication is designed to increase students’ knowledge about communicating with members of cultures other than their own; to understand various beliefs, norms, attitudes, social practices, and communicative […]

  • Gender and Communication

    SPCM 335 Gender and Communication is designed to increase students’ understanding of relationships between gender, communication, and cultures, and develop awareness, academic thinking, and research skills concerning gendered issues in […]

  • World Interdependence-Population and Food

    The world is producing more food than ever, but a billion people are underfed. Finding food for a growing world population offers an opportunity to understand both the challenges and […]

  • World Interdependence-Population and Food

    The world is producing more food than ever, but a billion people are underfed. Finding food for a growing world population offers an opportunity to understand both the challenges and […]


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