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Voyage Label: Fall 2022

  • Introduction to Women’s Studies [CRN 74103]

    Introduction to Women’s Studies is an interdisciplinary course that will explore how gender impacts people’s lives around the globe and across the lifespan.  We will examine how gender and intersecting […]

  • Children and Youth in Global Context [CRN 74102]

    The experiences during childhood and adolescence vary dramatically around the globe. What impacts these differences? How can health and well-being be improved for all children and youth? In this course, […]

  • Individual and Family Development [CRN 74080]

    Most of us do not fully comprehend the vast diversity of how humans develop from birth until death. In this course, students will learn about human development and the major […]

  • Social and Sustainable Venturing (Section 2) [CRN 74422]

    Many consider businesses as vital players in addressing the global challenges highlighted in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Since the mainstreaming of environmental issues into business discourse in the […]

  • Survey of Human Nutrition (Section 1) [CRN 72121]

    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 […]

  • Food as Preventive Medicine [CRN 74112]

    In this course, we will explore the function of food consumption patterns, individual foods, and specific food constituents (nutrients and phytochemicals) in the promotion of health and the prevention and […]

  • Intermediate Creative Writing: Fiction [CRN 74078] [CRN 74079 Recitation]

    What inspiration can travel offer fiction writers? Much in fact! Visiting new places, immersing yourself in the people and cultures, exploring the geographical and sociopolitical landscapes, absorbing the colors, textures, […]

  • Intermediate Creative Writing: Nonfiction [CRN 70349] [CRN 70746 Recitation]

    What makes a story worth telling, and what compels others to listen? In this creative nonfiction workshop, we will explore answers to these questions through four primary means: reading creative […]

  • U.S.-China Relations Since 1800 [CRN 74069]

    Sino-U.S. relations is one of the most dynamic and important relations in today’s world. This course is a study and examination of the process and evolution of these relations in […]

  • Advanced Digital Documentary Photography [CRN 74118] [CRN 74119 Lab]

    This is a hands-on course in the conceptualization and creation of transmedia blog posts that combine photography, videography, and text. Course content will analyze conceptual, photographic, and editing criteria for the […]

  • World Religions (Section 2) [CRN 74077]

    This course embraces the major religious traditions we will encounter on our journey. These religions provide values and ideals that are foundational to many of the countries we will explore. […]

  • World Religions (Section 1) [CRN 74076]

    This course embraces the major religious traditions we will encounter on our journey. These religions provide values and ideals that are foundational to many of the countries we will explore. […]

  • Documentary Film as a Liberal Art [CRN 74120] [CRN 74122 Lab]

    Students will view entire films or selected segments of thought-provoking port-related documentaries (via the ship’s closed-circuit television system or in class) to sharpen their critical assessment of how individuals, cultures, […]

  • Documentary Film as a Liberal Art [CRN 74123] [CRN 74124 Lab]

    Students will view entire films or selected segments of thought-provoking port-related documentaries (via the ship’s closed-circuit television system or in class) to sharpen their critical assessment of how individuals, cultures, […]

  • Intercultural Communication [CRN 69718]

    This course is designed to assist in taking full advantage of the Semester at Sea experience. The course examines and explores personal cultural identities through discourse and reflection within the […]


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