2018-2019 Academic Catalog 
    
    Aug 19, 2019  
2018-2019 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses


 
   •  IDCE 30306 - GIS for International Development in Practice
   •  IDCE 30309 - Research Practicum: Health, Communities, and the Environment
   •  IDCE 30310 - Transitional Justice: Theoretical Debates, Institutional Frameworks, and Development Impacts
   •  IDCE 30322 - Adolescent Girls and International Development
   •  IDCE 30325 - Controversial and Emerging Environmental Issues at the Science-Policy Interface
   •  IDCE 30326 - Beyond Victims and Villains? Politics of Gender-Based Violence in the “Global South”
   •  IDCE 30327 - Ideologies of Race in Development
   •  IDCE 30330 - Approaches to Community Health
   •  IDCE 30334 - Special Topics
   •  IDCE 30338 - RUMORS, CONSPIRACIES, MISINFORMATION, AND HEALTH
   •  IDCE 30360 - Spatial Analysis for Health
   •  IDCE 30365 - Global Issues in Education
   •  IDCE 30391 - Introduction to Public Policy: Context and Analysis
   •  IDCE 30393 - Seminar in Social Applications of GIS
   •  IDCE 30396 - Politics and Policy: Responses to Sustainability, Climate Change, and Energy
   •  IDCE 30397 - People on the Move Research Studio
   •  IDCE 30398 - Innovation and Societal Transformations Toward Sustainability
   •  IDCE 30399 - MDGs and the Post 2015 Development Agenda
   •  IDCE 30701 - Beyond the Population Bomb: Rethinking population and the environment in an era of climate change
   •  IDND 011 - Making a Difference
   •  IDND 018 - Expository Writing
   •  IDND 019 - Fiction on the Fringe: Crimes, Addictions, and Psychoses
   •  IDND 021 - Queer Horror
   •  IDND 022 - Writing: Horror, Serial Killers & the Grotesque
   •  IDND 025 - Community Leadership: Building Student Engagement
   •  IDND 030 - LEEP Fellows Symposium
   •  IDND 050 - Unpacking the Journey: Post-Study Abroad Reflections
   •  IDND 052 - Writing: Sense of Place
   •  IDND 066 - Global Society
   •  IDND 087 - Challenge Convention, Change our World
   •  IDND 101 - American Sign Language I
   •  IDND 102 - American Sign Language II
   •  IDND 110 - Becoming a Problem Solver
   •  IDND 112 - The Social Innovator’s Toolbox
   •  IDND 120 - Exploring Liberal Education and the World of Work
   •  IDND 140 - Race, Health, and Social Justice in United States History
   •  IDND 189 - Peer Tutoring
   •  IDND 190 - Peer Tutor Mentoring
   •  IDND 200 - Advanced Topics in Gender, Race, and Area Studies
   •  IDND 215 - Collaborative Learning: Facing the Uncertain Human Future
   •  IDND 297 - Honors
   •  IDND 299 - Directed Study
   •  IDND 1130 - Writing to Heal
   •  IDND 1300 - Game Over: Narrative in Video Games
   •  IDND 1630 - Another Way of Seeing: The World View of the Bible
   •  IDND 1670 - Children’s Literature
   •  IDND 2000 - Special Topics: Interdisciplinary
   •  IDND 2180 - Malefica: Origin of Witchcraft
   •  INTL 1140 - Health, Culture and Illness
   •  INTL 1150 - Exploring Hispanic Culture
   •  INTL 1240 - Our World, Our Future: THe Philosophy and Politics of Sustainabliltiy
   •  INTL 1560 - History ofRussia to 1861
   •  INTL 1570 - Twentieth Century Russia: 1861 to Present
   •  INTL 1580 - Art of America’s First Peoples
   •  INTL 1590 - Africa-Art of a Continent
   •  INTL 1640 - Chinese Film Studies
   •  INTL 1650 - International and Environmental Politics
   •  INTl 1680 - Eastern Thought/Western Literature
   •  INTL 2010 - Change Comes to the Village
   •  INTL 2030 - World War I: The Great War in Society, Literature, and Culture: 1914-1919
   •  INTL 2060 - Secrets of the Sisterhoods: Inside the Red Tent
   •  INTL 2090 - Twentieth Century Europe: Versailles to European Union
   •  INTL 2110 - Warfare and Society in Modern Europe
   •  INTL 2210 - Rise, Fall and Rebirth: Germany in the 20th Century
   •  INTL 2300 - Intercultural Communications
   •  JAPN 101 - Elementary Japanese I
   •  JAPN 102 - Elementary Japanese II
   •  JAPN 103 - Intermediate Japanese
   •  JAPN 104 - Intermediate Japanese II
   •  JAPN 110 - Japanese Pop Culture: Narratives of National Identity
   •  JAPN 190 - Japanese Women Writers
   •  JAPN 275 - The Japanese Warrior Tradition
   •  JAPN 280 - Memory and National Identity in Post-War Japanese Fiction and Film
   •  JAPN 299 - Directed Study
   •  JS 117 - Reading the Narratives of the Hebrew Bible
   •  JS 125 - Changing Images of King David
   •  JS 127 - Israeli Culture in Literature Since the 1970s
   •  JS 130 - Suffering and Evil in Jewish Tradition
   •  JS 174 - The Jewish Experience
   •  JS 299 - Directed Study
   •  LALS 298 - Internship
   •  LALS 299 - Directed Study
   •  LAS 038 - Trial Advocacy
   •  LAS 039 - Advanced Trial Advocacy I
   •  LAS 040 - Advanced Trial Advocacy II
   •  LAS 041 - Advanced Trial Advocacy III
   •  LAS 042 - Advanced Trial Advocacy IV
   •  LAS 294 - Peer Learning Assistant
   •  LAS 298 - Internship
   •  LAS 299 - Directed Study
   •  LAT 101 - Introductory Latin I
   •  LAT 102 - Elementary Latin II
   •  LAT 103 - Intermediate Latin
   •  LAT 299 - Supervised Reading in Philosophical Latin
   •  MATH 101 - Concepts in Elementary Mathematics I
   •  MATH 102 - Concepts of Elementary Mathematics II
   •  MATH 105 - History of Mathematics
   •  MATH 110 - Diving into Research : The Mathematics Behind Gene Regulation
   •  MATH 111 - Diving into Mathematics Research: The Mathematics Behind Gene Regulation
   •  MATH 114 - Discrete Mathematics
 

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