This course covers basic knowledge of the structure and function of the human body. Each of the bodily systems will be dealt with as a separate entity, and then as an integrated part of the whole.
Throughout the history of world civilizations many societies developed mystical and contemplative traditions that radically questioned the authority, hierarchy, and dogma of religious and political
This course blends theory and practice in an exploration of digital narrative: how stories can be told with digital and new media technologies.
In this course, students examine the interdisciplinary nature of the Earth's oceans. Students learn about the biological, chemical, physical, and geological aspects of the ocean.
This course examines the development of human rights theories and practices, early efforts at an international response and the creation of a modern human rights agenda after 1945.
This course is a study of the Japanese language focusing on spoken Japanese and everyday conversation techniques.
In this course, students explore the major natural disasters seen on the Earth.
The 20th century, often referred to as "The American Century," was a time of turbulent transformation in which Americans were forced to rethink their political ideals, their commitment to
LJPN-272 is a study of the Japanese language focusing on spoken Japanese and everyday conversational techniques.
In this course, students explore topics of current scientific interest through a series of lectures/discussions with experts in their respective fields.
Students will read and discuss articles by respected scholars and commentators on critical issues facing the world today.
This course builds on the Japanese language skills students developed in Japanese 2.
This course explores the relationship among technology, the self, and society.
The meaning of one's sexual identity has changed dramatically from one period of history to another, and from one culture to another.
This course builds on the Japanese language skills developed in Japanese 3.
This course introduces biodiversity and its sounds by exploring a variety of topics through lectures, texts, documentaries, music, and visits to museums and natural areas of interest.
This course focuses on defining different types of cultural or mythical "models" for society and individuals; how they are formed; how they help shape beliefs, worldviews, and historical
In this course, students develop quantitative and visual reasoning skills. Students also learn problem solving through applications in mathematics and finance.
This course examines human auditory processing from the eardrum to the auditory cortex.
What is meditation? What are the connections between personal transformation and the challenges that face the human race in the 21st century?