The Global Citizenship Series gets CESL students out of the classroom and into the community.
U.S. History in World War II: Pacific Theater examines the social, political, economic and military reasons for the War in the Pacific.
Exploring Race and Gender in Film looks at inequality and inclusiveness through the cinematic lens, analyzing the evolution of film.
Films in the legal genre provide a perfect medium to explore issues like ethics, personal safety and political sway.
In Life Design, students work to discover who they are and what they want to become.
In Women in the Bible and Qur’an, students will learn how our expectations and assumptions about women, and their roles in society, are derived largely from these books.
In Death and Dying, students will see how cultures and religions around the world deal with death.
Exploring Justice challenges students to examine their own moral codes through discussion of the concept of justice.
Federal Laws and Museums teaches students all the information museum professionals need to stay in compliance with federal law.
In Organizational Communication, students analyze communication challenges in their current organizations and work on skills they can start using today.
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