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Voyage Label: Fall 2015

  • Consumer Behavior

    Target markets are fragmenting as today’s consumers are increasingly selective in product choice.  Simultaneously, product life cycles are shortening, competition is intensifying, and the new product failure rate is growing.  […]

  • Organizational Behavior

    This course deals with human behavior in organizations. Conceptual frameworks, case discussion, and skill-oriented activities are applied to course topics which include; motivation, learning and development, group dynamics, leadership, communication, […]

  • Marketing Strategy

    Marketing Strategy provides a practical, straightforward approach to analyzing, planning, and implementing marketing strategies. The focus is based on the creative process involved in applying the knowledge and concepts of […]

  • Social Entrepreneurship (Section 1)

    Social entrepreneurship to solutions for pressing social and environmental issues is entrepreneurship to wealth creation and economic development, or charity to advancement of social justice. This course introduces the basis […]

  • Social Entrepreneurship (Section 2)

    Social entrepreneurship to solutions for pressing social and environmental issues is entrepreneurship to wealth creation and economic development, or charity to advancement of social justice. This course introduces the basis […]

  • Business and Global Issues

    This course connects business management directly to analyzing and solving global problems. It intends to demonstrate the importance of applying business competencies in dealing with global issues that affect the […]

  • Gender and International Development (Cross-listed with WGS 3500)

    If you are interested in enrolling in PLCP 3000: Gender and International Development, please register for its cross-list, WGS 3500: Multiculturalism and Women’s Rights, in MyPassport instead. You will receive instructions […]

  • Development Communication

    Development communication and culture play complex roles in social and economic development. In this course, students review major theories concerning the use of communication and media to promote economic development […]

  • Intercultural Communication (Section 1)

      Because the world has rapidly changed – global interconnectedness and changing demographics – the study of intercultural communication is more important than ever. The ability to work with and […]

  • Intercultural Communication (Section 2)

      Because the world has rapidly changed – global interconnectedness and changing demographics – the study of intercultural communication is more important than ever. The ability to work with and […]

  • Conservation of Natural Resources

    Nature and extent of mineral (renewable and nonrenewable), soil, water, forest, and wildlife resources and their conservation in the United States and the world at large and the effects of […]

  • Earth’s Processes as Natural Hazards

    Studies the dynamic processes of Earth’s interior and consequent effects on surface processes and the impact of natural hazards on society.  Geology of natural hazards in the environment, such as […]

  • Fundamentals of Geology

    Introduces the major concepts in the field of geology.  Topics to be covered include rock and mineral identification, map reading, theory of plate tectonics, surface and subsurface hydrology, landform, geologic […]


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