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50262 BUS 301 Business Ethics. Prerequisites: ACC 202, BUS 225, BUS 201, BUS 245, BUS 260, and ENG 100, 100P, 200 or HON 200 and LAC student with at least two Tier II courses or GER student.
In this course, students who are already familiar with the core areas of business administration and the ethical issues faced in those areas will engage in a writing-intensive examination of classical and modern approaches to business ethics and exploration of their own moral values.
50266 ECO 210 Economics & the Environment (EasternOnline). Prerequisite: None
Note: Cannot be used for the economics major. This course examines how economic analysis can be used to understand the sources of environmental problems and possible solutions. Emphasis is placed on basic economics tools and their application to social issues and policy such as pollution, recycling, energy and sustainable development.
50216 EES 230 Natural Disasters. Prerequisite: LAC student with T1NS course or GER student.
Natural disasters occur where and when destructive atmospheric, hydrologic, geologic and/or human-induced processes negatively impact people. Most such disasters are associated with large infrequent events such as hurricanes, ice storms, earthquakes, floods, etc. Topics that are examined focus on specific hazardous conditions and disasters associated with violent weather, internal and external geologic processes, hydrologic phenomena and selected human activities.
50116 FAH 240 Style in the Arts. Prerequisite: None
This course introduces major themes and issues in the arts. Students will review and critique art while analyzing its role in society. The course format will consist of lectures, group discussions, projects, video presentations and museum visits.
50309 HIS 365/PSC 365 Judges, Lawyers & Courts. Prerequisite: None
50137 PHI 220 Ethics. Prerequisite: None
A study of the major positions in Western ethical thought from Socrates to the present, and an examination of the basic principles of moral decision that have been proposed.
50065 PHY 102 Energy & Scientific Method. Prerequisite: None
An integrated lab-lecture course designed for non-science majors in which the scientific method is studied as it is applied to the investigation of energy and its uses.
50269 THE 272 Intro to Acting. Prerequisite: LAC student with T1A or T1LT course or GER student.
Vocal and physical exercises, improvisations and scenes are employed in order to master the techniques and methods of character development.
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