LEH 351 - Studies in Scientific and Applied Perspectives

Overview

Department(s)

Description

Selected topics in the social sciences, life and physical sciences and applied perspectives. NOTE 1: In general, students should expect writing assignments and computer-based work along with research involving the library and the Internet. NOTE 2: This course grants general education credit towards graduation for students in all major concentrations except Accounting, Anthropology, Anthropology/Biology/Chemistry, Biology, Business Administration, Chemistry, Computer Graphics and Imaging, Computer Information Systems, Computer Science, Dietetics, Food, and Nutrition, Earth, Science, Economics, Economics and Mathematics, Environmental Science, Exercise Science, Geography, Geology, Health Education and Promotion, Health Education N-12, Health Services Administration, Italian American Studies, Linguistics, Mathematics, Nursing, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Recreation Education, Social Work, Sociology, Speech Pathology and Audiology, Therapeutic Recreation.Prerequisite: Declared major and either completion of 45 credits or an Associate's Degree

Typically Offered

Fall, Spring

Academic Career

Undergraduate

Credits

Minimum Units

3

Maximum Units

3

Academic Progress Units

3

Repeat For Credit

Yes

Total Completions Allowed

99

Components

Name

Lecture

Hours

3

Topics

Course Topic ID

1

Formal Description

Invisible Wounds of War

Course Topic ID

2

Formal Description

Global Politics of Health

Course Topic ID

3

Formal Description

Sexuality and Sex Roles in Transnational Perspect

Course Topic ID

4

Formal Description

Nuclear Energy: What is it?

Course Topic ID

5

Formal Description

American Foreign Policy and Global Challenges

Course Topic ID

6

Formal Description

Immigration & National Identity

Course Topic ID

7

Formal Description

The Mafia: Demystifying a Social & Political Pheno

Course Topic ID

8

Formal Description

Americans at Play

Course Topic ID

9

Formal Description

Leisure and Recreation in Multicultural Society

Course Topic ID

10

Formal Description

The Bill of Rights

Course Topic ID

11

Formal Description

CareerVisions

Course Topic ID

12

Formal Description

Genders, Sexualities and the Caribbean

Course Topic ID

13

Formal Description

American Experience of Political Representation

Course Topic ID

14

Formal Description

U.S. Foreign Policy and Global Challenges

Course Topic ID

15

Formal Description

Caribbean Genders and Sexualities

Course Topic ID

16

Formal Description

American Experience of political Representation

Course Topic ID

17

Formal Description

Media and Democracy

Course Topic ID

18

Formal Description

Challenges of Climate Change

Course Topic ID

19

Formal Description

Designing Critical Networks

Course Topic ID

20

Formal Description

Wrongful Convictions

Course Topic ID

21

Formal Description

Religion, Sex and Gun Rights in the 20th Century

Course Topic ID

22

Formal Description

Global Issues in New Millennium

Course Topic ID

23

Formal Description

Psychoneuroimmunology

Course Topic ID

24

Formal Description

Climate Change

Course Topic ID

25

Formal Description

Mind-Body Connection

Course Topic ID

26

Formal Description

Latino Political Economy

Course Topic ID

27

Formal Description

Anthropology of Media

Course Topic ID

28

Formal Description

Foreign Policy and Global Challenges

Course Topic ID

29

Formal Description

Anthropology of Cities

Course Topic ID

30

Formal Description

Political System in Latin America

Course Topic ID

31

Formal Description

Societies/Cultures of Africa

Course Topic ID

32

Formal Description

Gender Inequalities

Course Topic ID

33

Formal Description

Sex and Sexuality

Course Topic ID

34

Formal Description

Restorative Practices and Justice

Course Topic ID

35

Formal Description

Psych. Perspect/Research

Course Topic ID

36

Formal Description

Community Organization-African American

Course Topic ID

37

Formal Description

African Americans and the Law

Course Topic ID

38

Formal Description

Human Relations

Course Topic ID

39

Formal Description

Latin Amer Soc and Cultures

Course Topic ID

40

Formal Description

Family Gender Rel Latinos

Course Topic ID

41

Formal Description

Diamond:Saga of Carbon

Course Topic ID

42

Formal Description

Bill of Rights: Religion, Sex, Guns

Course Topic ID

43

Formal Description

Latino Health

Course Topic ID

44

Formal Description

Caribbean in World Politics

Course Topic ID

45

Formal Description

The Shape of Space

Course Topic ID

46

Formal Description

African American In Political System

Course Topic ID

47

Formal Description

Rich, Poor, Mobile, Stable

Course Topic ID

48

Formal Description

Therapeutic Recreation Service

Course Topic ID

49

Formal Description

Disasters and Health

Requisites

015269

Course Schedule

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