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Voyage Label: Spring 2017

  • Leadership and Organizational Behavior [CRN 27383]

    The purpose of this course is to expose students to a variety of theoretical constructs underpinning global leadership. This course will be experiential in nature so as to provide students […]

  • Contemporary Management Principles-Practices [CRN 27373]

    The purpose of this course is to provide students with an overview of contemporary management principles, practices and challenges as a result of changing organizational structures, globalization, technological advancements, and […]

  • Ecology [CRN 27368]

    Ecology is the domain of interactions between life and the environment.  All species depend on environmental conditions and the supply of energy and matter, and upon intricate interactions with other […]

  • Documentary Film as a Liberal Art [CRN 27370] [CRN 27372 Lab]

    Students will view and analyze documentary films to sharpen their critical assessment of how individuals, cultures, and events are depicted in these programs. The course will use documentary film as […]

  • Global Communication Technologies [CRN 27386]

    This is a course about global information and communication technologies (ICT) and their effects on society, with a primary focus on the creation, evolution, and future of the global Internet. […]

  • Education for Global Peace [CRN 27369]

    This course will first investigate the idea of peace in the context of traditional warrior cultures, varying religious traditions, and specific concepts such as “just war,”  “nationalism,” and “making peace […]

  • Children and Youth in Global Context [CRN 27367]

    This course will examine key issues affecting the well-being of children and youth from a global perspective. Serious challenges to global child well-being include lack of access to education, family […]

  • Global Studies – Required Core Course [CRN 27332]

    Traditional and changing institutions, systems, values and identities in selected cultures will be explored from global and interdisciplinary perspectives using an integrated approach.  Forces of globalization will be identified and […]

  • Women and Development [CRN 27366]

    This course analyzes the specific challenges women face in the Global South.  This course will focus on the history of development efforts in the Global South, as well as why […]

  • Globalization: Exploring Our Global Village [CRN 27357]

    Globalization is one of the most powerful sources of change in the world today. It can be thought of as a process by which countries come closer together through increasing […]

  • U.S.-China Relations Since 1800 [CRN 27356]

    This course seeks to convey an understanding of the interaction of two nations that occupy center stage at the beginning of the 21st century.  One is the world’s sole surviving […]

  • Pacific Wars: Korea and Vietnam [CRN 27354]

    Diplomatic, ideological, political, cultural, and military aspects of war in the Pacific from Korea through Vietnam. Within the greater Cold War endeavor, America fought two major conflicts in the second […]

  • Marriage and Family Relationships (Section 2) [CRN 27362]

    All of us have grown up in some type of family.  Yet, most people have little systematic understanding of the dynamics in families and close relationships, and how these are […]

  • Adolescence/Early Adult Development in Context [CRN 27363]

    In this course, students will explore the biological, psychological, intellectual, physical, and socio-cultural aspects of growth and development of an individual from early adolescence through early adulthood.  The backbone of […]

  • Marriage and Family Relationships (Section 1) [CRN 27359]

    The course will examine theoretical frameworks that explain dating, marriage and family forms, from a cross-cultural perspective. The Symbolic Interaction Theory, The Systems Theory, The Structural-Functional Theory, The Exchange Theory, […]


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