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Clark University    
 
    
 
  Nov 22, 2017
 
2017-2018 Academic Catalog

Courses


 
   •  HIST 2210 - Rise, Fall and Rebirth: Germany in the 20th Century
   •  HIST 2230 - The Rise and Fall of Modern China: 1839-1949
   •  HIST 2240 - People's Republic of China:1949-Present
   •  HRD 1530 - Principles of Management
   •  HRD 2180 - Interpersonal Communication
   •  HS 010 - Dialogue Seminar
   •  HS 012 - Mindful Choices
   •  HS 100 - Symposium Seminar
   •  HS 110 - Engaging the Arts
   •  HS 120 - Special Topics
   •  HS 299 - Directed Study
   •  ID 104 - Experiencing the American City
   •  ID 105 - Visualizing Human Rights: Culture, Law, and the Politics of Representation
   •  ID 106 - Healthy Cities
   •  ID 108 - What is Public Health?
   •  ID 112 - Sustainability, Peace & Justice
   •  ID 120 - Introduction to Socio-Cultural Anthropology
   •  ID 121 - Culture, Health, and Development: What Makes Us Sick?
   •  ID 125 - Tales from the Far Side: Contemporary Dilemmas in Development
   •  ID 131 - Local Action/Global Change: The Urban Context
   •  ID 132 - Research Methods for International Development and Social Change
   •  ID 133 - Gender and Refugee Issues in International Development
   •  ID 203 - Youth Work: Practice and Social Justice
   •  ID 205 - Risks and Rumor in Global Health
   •  ID 207 - Beyond the Population Bomb: Rethinking population and the environment in an era of climate change
   •  ID 208 - Health (in)equity: social determinants and policy solutions
   •  ID 209 - Beyond Victims and Guardian Angels: Third World Women, Gender and Development
   •  ID 210 - Transitional Justice: Theoretical Debates, Institutional Frameworks, and Development Impacts
   •  ID 211 - Special Topics in Community and Global Health
   •  ID 220 - Critical Pedagogy for Social and Environmental Justice: Liberal Arts Education in Practice
   •  ID 221 - Food Systems: Place, Politics and Policy
   •  ID 222 - The Political Economy of Food and the Ethics of Eating
   •  ID 223 - Educational Policy Issues in Developing Countries: Course Value
   •  ID 224 - People on the Move Research Studio
   •  ID 226 - Beyond Victims and Villains? Politics of Gender-Based Violence in the “Global South”
   •  ID 227 - Ideologies of Race in Development
   •  ID 229 - Property and Community
   •  ID 233 - Approaches to Community Health
   •  ID 235 - Trafficking: Globalization and Its Illicit Commodities
   •  ID 236 - Spatial Analysis for Health
   •  ID 237 - Program Evaluation for Youth and Community Development Initiatives
   •  ID 240 - Fundamentals of Youth Work
   •  ID 243 - Seeing Like a Humanitarian Agency
   •  ID 248 - Gender and Health
   •  ID 249 - Networks and Analytics of Development
   •  ID 251 - Nongovernment Organizations: Catalysts for Development
   •  ID 252 - Conflict in Sudan and the Horn of Africa
   •  ID 257 - Sex and development: the intersection of sexuality, morality, and modernity
   •  ID 264 - Advanced Topics in Development Theory
   •  ID 265 - Global Issues in Education
   •  ID 272 - Environmental Justice in Latin America
   •  ID 277 - Approaches to Global Health
   •  ID 282 - Community Based Health Research
   •  ID 283 - Cultures in Exile
   •  ID 290 - Senior Capstone Seminar
   •  ID 291 - Displacement and Development in the Contemporary World.
   •  ID 294 - Culture, Environment, and Development
   •  ID 296 - Advanced Vector GIS
   •  ID 297 - Honors Thesis
   •  ID 298 - Internship
   •  ID 299 - Directed Study
   •  IDCE 302 - Python Programming
   •  IDCE 303 - Youth Work: Practice and Social Justice
   •  IDCE 308 - Health (in)equity: social determinants and policy solutions
   •  IDCE 310 - Intro to Geographic Information Systems
   •  IDCE 319 - Quantitative Methods And Statistics For Evaluators
   •  IDCE 320 - Food Production, Environment, and Health
   •  IDCE 327 - Visualizing Human Rights: Culture, Law, and the Politics of Representation
   •  IDCE 329 - Property and Community
   •  IDCE 332 - Sustainable Development Assessment and Planning
   •  IDCE 333 - Development Mgmt in Developing Countries
   •  IDCE 334 - Planning and Zoning for Community Developers
   •  IDCE 335 - Strategies for Community Organizing
   •  IDCE 339 - Spatial Statistics with R
   •  IDCE 340 - Fundamentals of Youth Work
   •  IDCE 341 - Nongovernment Organizations: Catalysts for Development
   •  IDCE 342 - Dynamic Modeling of Human/Environment Systems
   •  IDCE 344 - Going Local: Community Development and Planning
   •  IDCE 345 - CDP Practice: Reflection and Deliberate Practice
   •  IDCE 346 - Practicum in Community Development and Planning
   •  IDCE 348 - Dual Degree Capstone
   •  IDCE 352 - Conflict in Sudan and the Horn of Africa
   •  IDCE 354 - Beyond Victims and Guardian Angels: Third World Women, Gender and Development
   •  IDCE 355 - Epidemiology and Biostatistics
   •  IDCE 357 - Sex and development: the intersection of sexuality, morality, and modernity
   •  IDCE 358 - Advanced Topics in ID: Livelihoods: Development, Adaptation, and Resilience
   •  IDCE 360 - Development Theory
   •  IDCE 361 - Development Program and Project Management
   •  IDCE 362 - Energy System Transitions
   •  IDCE 364 - Educational Policy Issues in “Developing” Countries: Governance, Management, and Financing
   •  IDCE 366 - Principles of Negotiation and Mediation: An Overview of Conflict Resolution Approaches
   •  IDCE 370 - Emerging Scientific Worldviews and Global Sustainability
   •  IDCE 376 - Spatial Database Development
   •  IDCE 377 - Approaches to Global Health
   •  IDCE 381 - Critical Cartographies: Mapping Culture, History, and Power
   •  IDCE 382 - U.S. Environmental Pollution Policy
   •  IDCE 383 - Cultures in Exile
   •  IDCE 387 - Workforce Development and Urban/Regional Employment
   •  IDCE 388 - Advanced Vector GIS
   •  IDCE 390 - CDP Research Seminar
 

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