New Elective Courses for Spring 2016
New Elective Courses:
POLI 2311 International Relations
Dr. Janice Harder
Tuesday – Thursday 11:30 am -1:00 pm
- Key players in world politics, helping students develop an understanding of relationships between nations.
- Contemporary international problems: poverty, war, terrorism, globalization, nuclear weapons, climate change, economic trends, and more.
- Critical questions: What is geopolitics? How can we solve conflict? How do we achieve peace?
- Connects the dots between the theories of international relations and today’s news.
SPAN 1311 Elementary Spanish
Spanish is the 2nd most spoken language in the world, with close to 6% of the world population,
this course will go over the basics in communicating in Spanish.
Ms. Gabriela Alcala Phillips
Section 1: Monday – Wednesday 10:00 – 11:30
Section 2: Monday – Wednesday 11:30 – 1:00
SUST 2311 Sustainability: Principles and Practice
Dr. Reg Pecen
Monday – Wednesday 4:00 – 5:30 pm
- Climate change, sustainable development, ocean acidification, ecosystem degradation, pollution, air and water quality and quantity.
- Sustainable solutions; sustainable eco-systems, energy systems, energy efficiency, sustainable communities and agriculture.
- Relationships and interactions of the physical, biological, technological and cultural components of the environment.
Early Spring Registration: Nov. 23rd- Dec. 3rd
*Check your na.edu email for updates. Early registration is available to students who have no holds on their accounts.*