New Elective Courses:

POLI 2311 International Relations
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
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 email for updates. Early registration is available to students who have no holds on their accounts.*