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You'll gain a keen understanding of society at large and the individual's role in society from a diverse range of faculty who lead you in the integrated study of areas including anthropology, economics, history, law, political science and philosophy. You'll explore the evolution of historical and contemporary social issues and problems, and examine strategies for social change. Learn more...
      Program offerings beginning Fall quarter Quarters    
Updated/
Status
Program Title F W S Accepts Students Spring Qtr Sig Req'd
CANCELLED
01.10.2006
Advanced Management Topics F W S   Yes
Revised
11.21.2005
Alternatives to Capitalist Globalization F W     Yes
CANCELLED
04.07.2005
Arendt and Camus F W      
Revised
02.28.2006
Borders of Identity: Forging a Critical Practice of Solidarity F W S Yes Yes
  Buddhist Psychotherapy F        
Revised
11.28.2005
Business and Society: Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is F W     Yes
NEW, Revised
02.28.2006
Health and Human Development F W S No Yes
Revised
11.11.2005
Language and Law F W     Yes
Revised
03.08.2006
Looking Backward: America in the 20th Century F W S Yes  
Revised
02.17.2006
Making Change Happen F W S No  
NEW, Revised
02.28.2006
Managing a Maritime Business F W S No Yes
Revised
02.17.2006
Memories, Dreams, Beliefs: Personal and Cultural Explorations of the Dynamic Psyche F W S No Yes
Revised
02.17.2006
Multicultural Counseling F W S No Yes
CANCELLED
04.07.2005
Paradigms in Local Development F W S   Yes
Revised
11.11.2005
Philosophy, Society and Globalization: How We Got Where We Are F W     Yes
Revised
11.28.2005
Political Economy and Social Change: From Colonization to Globalization F W     Yes
Revised
11.14.2005
Public Works: Democracy and Design F W     Yes
Revised
02.28.2006
Reconciliation: A Process of Human Balance F W S Yes Yes
Revised
11.28.2005
Res Publica: Examining the Body Politic F W S    
Revised
04.07.2005
So You Want to Be a Teacher? Exploring Issues of Development, Learning and Schooling F W      
CANCELLED
04.20.2005
The Sociology of Children’s Literature: Understanding Social Life through Children’s Fiction F        
Revised
02.28.2006
Transforming Consciousness: Multimedia and Installation Art in the Americas F W S Yes Yes
      Program offerings beginning Spring quarter Quarters  
Updated/
Status
Program Title F W S Sig Req'd
Revised
03.08.2006
Art of Conversation     S  
NEW
02.08.2006
Business Statistics     S Yes
  Democracy and Equality     S  
NEW
02.28.2006
Individual Studies at Evergreen     S Yes
Revised
01.05.2006
Leadership on the Wild Side     S  
  Making a Difference: Doing Social Change     S Yes
NEW
01.10.2006
Power and Limitations of Dialogue     S Yes
NEW
09.30.2005
Reconstructing New Orleans: Class, Race and the Ownership Society     S  
Revised
02.10.2006
So You Want to Be a Psychologist?     S  
Revised
02.17.2006
Student Originated Studies: Internships in the Public Service     S Yes
NEW
04.21.2005
Student Originated Studies: Political Economy, Topics in Globalization and Contemporary India     S Yes
  Thinking Straight     S  
  U.S. Foreign Policy Before and After 9/11: Terrorism and the New American Empire     S Yes
NEW
01.06.2006
Vietnam and Iraq War: Uncomfortable Parallels?     S  
NEW, Revised
02.07.2005
What's Love Got To Do With It? Contemporary Issues in Sexuality, Marriage and Family Life     S  
NEW
02.01.2006
Whats Your Question?
    S  
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