be_ixf;ym_202207 d_01; ct_50

Voyage Label: Fall 2013

  • International Management (section 1)

    The purpose of this course is to provide the student with a foundation in the understanding of the impact of cultural variations on managerial practices within global organizations.  Topics include […]

  • International Management (section 2)

    The purpose of this course is to provide the student with a foundation in the understanding of the impact of cultural variations on managerial practices within global organizations.  Topics include […]

  • Earth’s Changing Climate

    Climate change is arguably the most pressing environmental issue affecting our world. It has far-reaching societal, health and economic implications that will impact humankind for generations. This course provides you with […]

  • Marine Biology (field lab in Cadiz)

    This course is an exploration of life in the saltwater ecosystems of oceans and estuaries.  Major topics include physiological and behavioral adaptations for living in marine habitats, classification of marine […]

  • Globalization Through Film

    In the globalized world of today, Hollywood films rule. People everywhere eagerly watch films but most of them are made in the USA. From its earliest days, silent film was […]

  • Global Ethics

    This upper division class will explore some major elements in moral philosophy, with a focus upon moral and cultural diversity.  The class will consider and evaluate the relativist and subjectivist […]

  • Philosophy of Religion

    The purpose of this  class is to consider central philosophical questions arising from the nature of religious belief. We will explore such matters as the nature and existence of God, […]

  • Philosophy of Human Nature

    In this lower division class we will consider some crucial questions about human nature.  What is a human being?  Are we entirely physical creatures, or do we have a spiritual […]

  • Intermediate Spanish

    This course is an intermediate level course designed for students with some prior experience in Spanish. Students will develop advanced listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills through a variety of […]

  • Experiential Writing

    Students will use readings and group discussion to sharpen their understanding of the structure within academic arguments (claims, reasons, evidence, and acknowledgements.)  Readings will be themed to cultural confrontation and […]

  • Intercultural Communication

    This course provides students with an introduction to intercultural communication theory and practice, and to develop the student’s understanding of communication between/among people of different cultural, ethnic, economic, and world […]

  • Global Media

    This class will look at global media empires and their regional, national, and local manifestations.  Students will learn the history and interrelationships of major media and technology companies in current […]

  • Media, Religion, and Culture

    This course provides students with an introduction to the core concepts and theories of media ecology, an interdisciplinary methodology pioneered by Marshall McLuhan,  Jacques Ellul, Neil Postman, and others.  The […]

  • Introduction to Oceanography

    This course is an interdisciplinary exploration of the physical, chemical, geological, and biological processes and structures of the world’s oceans.  The oceans play a major role in earth’s biogeochemical cycles, […]

  • Introduction to World Religions (field lab in Casablanca, day 1)

    This course is a survey of the major religious traditions in the world today. Emphasis in class will be on understanding the worldview and values of each tradition, as well […]


Page 4 of 6 1 2 3 4 5 6