Spring 2020 courses:

 

Current Learning Abroad Courses 

This semester, the Learning Abroad program is sponsoring twenty courses, including three study away classes. These programs are an alternative opportunity to a traditional semester or yearlong study abroad program, extending the work of the classroom into a first-hand experience of cultural life outside the United States. They are designed to promote cross-cultural competence, community engagement, global awareness, and foreign language study. For more information about current courses, click here

 

Introduction to Global Studies (50:480:101)

This course will introduce students to interdisciplinary analyses of contemporary global issues surrounding development and globalization such as social and economic inequalities, security, health, human rights, language, and sustainability. The analyses will include historical, cultural, geographical, ecological, economic, political, and other perspectives.

50:480:101:01

  • Tuesday 11:10 AM – 12:30 PM FA-221
  • Thursday 11:10 AM – 12:30 PM FA-221

50:480:101:02

  • Monday 3:45 PM – 5:05 PM ATG-225
  • Wednesday 3:45 PM – 5:05 PM ATG-225

 

Current Electives Courses 

Africana Studies

  • 50:014:251 Modern African-Literature

Anthropology

  • 50:070:213 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
  • 50:070:308 Childhood & Culture
  • 50:070:321 Death and Dying

Art History

  • 50:082:102 Introduction to Art History II
  • 50:082:212 Japanese Art
  • 50:082:229 Art of the Americas
  • 50:082:354 Contemporary Art
  • 50:082:382 History of Graphic Design

Childhood Studies

  • 50:163:371 Global Childhoods

Criminal Justice

  • 50:202:420 International Criminal Law and Justice

Economics

  • 50:220:329 Economics of International Finance
  • 50:220:331 International Economics

English

  • 50:350:238 World Masterpieces I
  • 50:350:315 Survey Medieval British Literature, Ca. 500-1485

Finance

  • 52:390:350 Multinational Finance

Film Studies

  • 50:354:301 History of Film II

Forensic Science

  • 50:412:490 International Perspectives of Forensic Science

French

  • 50:420:102 Elementary French II
  • 50:420:131 Intermediate French I
  • 50:420:132 Intermediate French II
  • 50:420:202 Modern French Readings II
  • 50:420:212 Aspects of Francophone Cultures
  • 50:420:392 Special Topics in French

German

  • 50:470:102 Elementary German II
  • 50:470:204 Daily German Skills
  • 50:470:272 German Cinema in English Translation II

History

  • 50:510:101 Western Civilization I
  • 50:510:322 The French Revolution and Napoleon
  • 50:516:280 France, Africa, And the Caribbean
  • 50:516:346 Modern China

Honors College Seminars

  • 50:525:153 Global Communities Seminar
  • Section 01. Cinema of The Francophone World
  • Section 02. Religion and Human Rights

Latin American Studies

  • 50:590:210 Introduction to Latin American Studies

Marketing

  • 52:630:371 International Marketing

Music

  • 50:700:292 History of Music II
  • 50:700:305 Gender in Music

Nursing

  • 57:705:405 Community Health Nursing and Global Health-Theory

Philosophy

  • 50:730:212 History of Philosophy II

Political Science

  • 50:790:336 Government and Politics of the Middle East
  • 50:790:380 Women and Politics in Developing Societies
  • 50:790:387 International Law and Organization

Religion

  • 50:840:101 Introduction to Religious Studies
  • 50:840:103 Introduction to World Religions
  • 50:840:112 Jews, Christians, Muslims

Spanish

  • 50:490:102 Elementary Spanish II
  • 50:940:121 Intermediate Spanish I
  • 50:940:122 Intermediate Spanish II
  • 50:940:204 Advance Spanish Composition and Conversation
  • 50:940:227 Spanish for the Health Professions II
  • 50:940:292 Being Bilingual: Spanish/English Contrasts
  • 50:940:360 Women Writers of Hispanic World
  • 50:940:391 Community Interpreter
  • 50:940:491 Bilingualism in The Us: From the Theory

Theater

  • 50:965:101 Introduction to Theater
  • 50:965:380 History of Theater I