Washington, D.C., Site Class Highlight – Psychosocial Development

The Washington, D.C., site class Psychosocial Development offers an understanding of human development across the lifespan.

Class Highlight - The Bible as a Literary Work

In The Bible as a Literary Work, students will delve into the book’s history, focusing on when the texts were written, for whom and for what purpose.

Class Highlight - Conflict Resolution

Conflict is an inevitable part of human interaction. Learning how to deal with it head on is a crucial part of leading effectively.

Class Highlight - Engaging Ecology

Engaging Ecology begins with the assumption that our environment is severely polluted, and the problem must be addressed before it’s too late.

Class Highlight - Fundamentals of Online Research

Fundamentals of Online Research is a one-credit-hour option that will familiarize you with the various resources available for online research.

CESL Class Highlight - Global Citizenship Series

The Global Citizenship Series gets CESL students out of the classroom and into the community.

Class Highlight - Understanding Educational Inequality in the U.S.

In Understanding Educational Inequality in the U.S., students learn how to clearly define how race, class and gender impact education in the United States. 

Class Highlight - U.S. History in World War II: Pacific Theater

U.S. History in World War II: Pacific Theater examines the social, political, economic and military reasons for the War in the Pacific.

Class Highlight - Assessment-Based Coaching

In Assessment-Based Coaching, students will learn how leadership and executive coaches use assessments to coach organizational leaders.

Class Highlight - Exploring Race and Gender in Film (Hybrid Option)

Exploring Race and Gender in Film looks at inequality and inclusiveness through the cinematic lens, analyzing the evolution of film.