General Education Seminar 131g:

Seminar in Social Analysis (4.0 units)

The causes and consequences of social phenomena; quantitative and qualitative methods of the social sciences; how people behave and influence the world through cultural forms. Offered by a professional school.
  • Restriction: Registration open to the following class level(s): Freshmen
  • General Education: This course satisfies the university's general education requirement.
Introduction to Education: Examining Critical Issues
35440D001Lecture8:30-9:50amMon, Wed17 of 18Paula CarboneLVL3Vsession dates
Introduction to Education Inquiry through the Study of Inequities in Education
35441D001Lecture2:00-3:20pmTue, Thu15 of 17Briana HingaLVL3Ysession dates
Managing Stress for a Better Life
35442D001Lecture12:30-1:50pmTue, Thu
19 of 19
Elahe NezamiSOSB37session dates
The Art and Science of Decision Making
35443D001Lecture5:00-6:20pmTue, Thu
17 of 17
Chris BresnahanLVL3Ysession dates
The Art and Science of Decision Making
35444D001Lecture6:30-7:50pmTue, Thu
17 of 17
Chris BresnahanLVL3Ysession dates
Technology and Society
35445D001Lecture2:00-3:20pmTue, Thu
19 of 19
John SlaughterVKC207session dates
Prosperity Across the Lifespan
35447D001Lecture5:00-6:20pmTue, Thu
19 of 19
Aaron HagedornGER224session dates
Engineering Diplomacy: Fusing Engineering with Foreign Policy and International Development
35448D001Lecture5:00-6:20pmMon, Wed
19 of 19
Najmedin MeshkatiVKC206session dates
Information accurate as of March 5, 2017 4:44 pm.
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