The course is part of the online Hispanic serving healthcare professionals certificate.
This course examines the basic physiological, social, and cultural challenges facing human space travel and settlement.
This themed course explores how monsters are used in literature, film, philosophy, and art across time to represent how science and technology shape our understanding of what it means to be human, alive or (un)dead.
Offered through the Africana Studies program, this course teaches students of all disciplines the big significance of a relatively small region.
Students gain hands-on experience while learning the importance of social work in supporting survivors of human trafficking.
The course’s debut in 2022 opens students’ senses to the deep influences of Latino culture in the U.S.
September is Deaf Awareness Month. Here’s a look at a course — plus an instructional video — that teaches students about ASL signs, phrases and Deaf culture.
This course teaches students about significant contributions from Hispanic and Latinx individuals to U.S. media.
A sampling of the many courses offered at the university that cover a broad range of topics related to business and entrepreneurship.
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