This course is designed to provide a scientific approach to issues of health and wellness necessary for the pursuit of a healthy lifestyle.
In this course, students develop quantitative, graphic and verbal skills as they analyze data.
In this course, students explore wellness practices that help nurture the potential for inspiration in performance.
In this course, students are introduced to logic as a philosophical concept and as a theory with practical computer programming application.
This course is an introduction to the world of physical phenomena, including the following topics: mechanics, heat, electricity, and sound.
This course explores the relationship between society and the environment.
This course covers basic knowledge of the structure and function of the human body. Each of the bodily systems will be dealt with as a separate entity, and then as an integrated part of the whole.
In this course, students examine the interdisciplinary nature of the Earth's oceans. Students learn about the biological, chemical, physical, and geological aspects of the ocean.
In this course, students explore the major natural disasters seen on the Earth.
In this course, students explore topics of current scientific interest through a series of lectures/discussions with experts in their respective fields.
This course explores the relationship among technology, the self, and society.
This course introduces biodiversity and its sounds by exploring a variety of topics through lectures, texts, documentaries, music, and visits to museums and natural areas of interest.
This course examines human auditory processing from the eardrum to the auditory cortex.
This course introduces students to the mathematics behind musical signals.
In this course, students explore the ways that symbolizing musical signals contributes to the design and development of sound.
This course is an examination of the philosophical arguments for the existence of God-cosmological, ontological, teleological, moral, and experiential or mystical-as found in the work of such philo
In this course, students explore the ethical questions that have engaged humankind from antiquity to the present. Such questions focus on life's ideals: How should I live?
In this course, students make connections among the ideas of different philosophers.
In this course, students explore the ideas and traditions of the philosophical thinking and spiritual experience of the East, with special emphasis on Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, and
A survey of the major styles in Western music from about A.D. 600 to the conclusion of the baroque. This includes a summary of ancient music.