InfoSci+ - iFocus Area

iFocus can help you bring your InfoSci degree into alignment with your career goals

Information Science + Business

For InfoSci students interested in supporting business, trade, and financial functions in a variety of sectors and companies or who are interested in entrepreneurship.

InfoSci students who are interested in using their knowledge and skills in business environments and applications are encouraged to choose a specific aspect of business administration to focus on. InfoSci graduates with this focus will be prepared to spearhead information-driven business innovations in leading markets and business ventures around the world. Graduates will have the know-how to become successful entrepreneurs and succeed in a competitive business environment by using effective business models and ideas.

  • Business Analyst
  • Information Systems Manager
  • Information Systems Designer
  • Entrepreneur

Natural Sciences (NS)

  • ARCH170 Design Thinking and Architecture.
  • ENEE200 Social and Ethical Dimensions of Engineering Technology.
  • ENMA150 Materials of Civilization.
  • GEOL123 Causes and Consequences of Global Change.
  • PHYS105 Physics for Decision Makers: Global Energy Crisis.

History and Social Sciences (HS)

  • AMST260 American Culture in the Information Age.
  • BMGT289L The Proper Role of Government in a Free Enterprise System.
  • BSGC101 Globalization.
  • BSOS289I Playing the Market: Managing Risk and Using Technical Analysis.
  • ECON111 Thinking Like an Economist.
  • EDHD231 Inside 21st Century Creativity: How Creative Ideas, Concepts, and Products are Generated.
  • GEOG330 Inequality: Determinants and Policy Remedies.
  • HIST289R Pocketbook Politics: A History of American Buying and Selling.
  • JOUR289E Media Law and Ethics in the Digital Age.
  • JOUR289I Information 3.0: Exploring Technological Tools.
  • PUAF201 Leadership for the Common Good.
  • SOCY225 Women's Jobs, Men's Jobs: How and Why Do They Differ?

Humanities (HU)

  • AMST101 Introduction American Studies.
  • AMST203 Popular Culture in America.
  • AMST205 Contemporary Moral Issues.
  • ENGL255 Literature of Science and Technology.
  • ENGL282 Introduction to Rhetorical Theory.
  • ENGL293 Writing in the Wireless World.
  • ENGL294 Persuasion and Cleverness in Social Media.
  • ENGL295 Literature in a Wired World.
  • HIST289R Pocketbook Politics: A History of American Buying and Selling.
  • LGBT265 Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Literatures.
  • LING240 Language and Mind.
  • PHIL140 Contemporary Moral Issues.

Scholarship in Practice (SP)

  • BMGT289A Social Enterprise: Changing the World through Innovation and Transformative Action.
  • BMGT289B How Do Innovators Think?
  • BMGT289E Entrepreneurial Thinking for Non-Business Majors: How Not to Miss Great Opportunities Your Life Throws at You.
  • BSGC101 Globalization.
  • EDSP220 Disability in Community: Access, Accomodation, and Adaptation.
  • ENEE200 Social and Ethical Dimensions of Engineering Technology.
  • GEOG330 Inequality: Determinants and Policy Remedies.
  • GEOL123 Causes and Consequences of Global Change.
  • HIST142 Looking at America through a Global Lens.
  • HIST289R Pocketbook Politics: A History of American Buying and Selling.
  • JOUR289I Information 3.0: Exploring Technological Tools.
  • PSYC221 Social Psychology.
  • PUAF201 Leadership for the Common Good
  • Computer Science
  • Creative Writing
  • Engineering Leadership Development
  • Environmental Economics and Policy
  • General Business
  • Global Studies Minor Program
  • History
  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • International Development and Conflict Management
  • LBGT Studies
  • Philosophy
  • Professional Writing
  • Project Management
  • Resource and Agricultural Policy in Economic Development
  • Statistics
  • Sustainability Studies
  • Tech Entrepreneurship

Information Science + Cybersecurity

For InfoSci students who are interested in helping organizations and individuals work, learn and play in a more secure information environment while protecting their privacy and access rights.

InfoSci students who are interested in applying their information science expertise to cybersecurity and privacy issues are encouraged to build their program plan in a way that will bring together courses from both technology and human aspects of cybersecurity, including decision-making, organizational and policy considerations. InfoSci graduates with this focus will be prepared to help individuals, teams and organizations improve, expand and streamline their cybersecurity and privacy practices to establish more secure and reliable information and computing environments.

Natural Sciences (NS)

  • GEOL123 Causes and Consequences of Global Change.
  • PSYC301 Biological Basis of Behavior.

History and Social Sciences (HS)

  • AMST202 Cultures of Everyday Life in America.
  • AMST260 American Culture in the Information Age.
  • BSGC101 Globalization.
  • EDHD230 Human Development and Societal Solutions.
  • EDHD231 Inside 21st Century Creativity: How Creative Ideas, Concepts, and Products are Generated.
  • GVPT170 American Government.
  • HACS208C Seminar in Cybersecurity; Human Actors and Cyber Attacks.
  • HIST204 Introduction to the History of Science.
  • HIST266 The United States in World Affairs.
  • JOUR289E Media Law and Ethics in the Digital Age.
  • PSYC221 Social Psychology.
  • PUAF201 Leadership for the Common Good.
  • SOCY200 Human Societies.

Humanities (HU)

  • ENEE200 Social and Ethical Dimensions of Engineering Technology.
  • ENGL150 Uncanny Technologies: Monsters, Droids, and Vampires.
  • ENGL294 Persuasion and Cleverness in Social Media.
  • PHIL140 Contemporary Moral Issues.
  • ENGL255 Literature of Science and Technology.
  • ENGL293 Writing in the Wireless World.

Scholarship in Practice (SP)

  • BMGT289B How Do Innovators Think?
  • JOUR150 Introduction to Mass Communication.
  • HACS208C Seminar in Cybersecurity; Human Actors and Cyber Attacks.
  • PUAF201 Leadership for the Common Good.
  • CMSC289I Rise of the Machines: Artificial Intelligence Comes of Age.
  • JOUR289I Information 3.0: Exploring Technological Tools.
  • ENES210 entrepreneurial Opportunity Analysis and Decision-Making in 21st Century Technology Ventures.
  • Advanced Cybersecurity Experience for Students entrepreneurial Opportunity Analysis and Decision-Making in 21st Century Technology Ventures.
  • Computer Science
  • Global Terrorism
  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • International Development and Conflict Management
  • Military Studies
  • Technology Entrepreneurship

Information Science + Education

For InfoSci students who have a passion for using information and technology to ensure access to education, promote equity both in and out of the classroom, and help make data-driven decisions in education policy. 

InfoSci students who are interested in education applications are encouraged to pursue courses that will allow them to build expertise in theory and practice of education, as well as education policy and administration. InfoSci students focusing on education may also want to pursue subjects that pertain to their preferred application fields, such as natural sciences, humanities, or social sciences.

  • Creative Writing
  • Information Science Teacher/Professor
  • Program Manager
  • Education Data Analyst
  • Education Policy Analyst

Natural Sciences (NS)

  • ANSC275 Introduction to Veterinary Medical Science and Practice.
  • AOSC123 Causes and Implications of Global Change.
  • BSCI160 Principles of Ecology and Evolution.
  • ENMA150 Materials of Civilization.
  • ENSP101 Introduction to Environmental Science.
  • ENST233 Introduction to Environmental Health.
  • GEOL123 Causes and Consequences of Global Change.
  • GEOL124 Evolution of Live and Environment on Planet Earth.
  • PSYC301 Biological Basis of Behavior.

History and Social Sciences (HS)

  • AMST202 Cultures of Everyday Life in America.
  • AMST260 American Culture in the Information Age.
  • ANTH266 Changing Climate, Changing Cultures.
  • BSGC101 Globalization.
  • EDHD231 Inside 21st Century Creativity: How Creative Ideas, Concepts, and Products are Generated.
  • GEOG330 As the World Turns: Society and Sustainability in a Time of Great Change.
  • PSYC221 Social Psychology.
  • PUAF201 Leadership for the Common Good.
  • HIST205 Environmental History.
  • HIST142 Looking at America through a Global Lens.
  • PHIL140 Contemporary Moral Issues.

Humanities (HU)

  • AMST205 Material Aspects of American Life.
  • ENEE200 Social and Ethical Dimensions of Engineering Technology.
  • ENGL140 American Fictions: Cross-Examining U.S. Literature, History, and Politics.
  • ENGL255 Literature of Science and Technology.
  • ENGL293 Writing in the Wireless World.
  • ENGL294 Persuasion and Cleverness in Social Media.
  • HIST205 Environmental History.
  • HIST289R Pocketbook Politics: A History of American Buying and Selling.
  • PHIL261 Philosophy of the Environment.
  • PHIL140 Contemporary Moral Issues.

Scholarship in Practice (SP)

  • BSGC101 Globalization.
  • ECON111 Thinking Like an Economist.
  • EDHD231 Inside 21st Century Creativity: How Creative Ideas, Concepts, and Products are Generated.
  • EDSP220 Disability in Community: Access, Accomodation, and Adaptation.
  • ENEE200 Social and Ethical Dimensions of Engineering Technology.
  • GEOG330 Inequality: Determinants and Policy Remedies.
  • GEOL123 Causes and Consequences of Global Change.
  • JOUR289I Information 3.0: Exploring Technological Tools.
  • PSYC221 Social Psychology.
  • PUAF201 Leadership for the Common Good.
  • Creative Writing
  • Education, Secondary
  • Education, Second Language
  • Global Studies Minor Program
  • History
  • Human Development and Quantitative Methodology
  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • International Development and Conflict Management
  • Law and Society
  • LGBT Studies
  • Mathematics
  • Philosophy
  • Professional Writing
  • Rhetoric
  • Sustainability Studies

Information Science + Entrepreneurship

For students interested in acting on their own ideas and developing innovative ways of addressing societal needs, who may not fit the mold when it comes to working within boundaries and wish to pursue their own unique path.

InfoSci students who are interested in focusing on business or social entrepreneurship might benefit from a wide range of courses depending on the particular area they will target as an entrepreneur. In addition to courses that cover business, innovation, policy and design fundamentals, students may want to pursue courses in application areas that are of particular interest to them, such as sustainable growth, community development and crowdsourced ventures. Students are encouraged to focus on a specific economic segment, such as for-profit, non-profit, or start-up ventures to develop and apply their entrepreneurship skills.

Natural Sciences (NS)

  • ARCH170 Design Thinking and Architecture.
  • ARHU275 Writing to be Seen: Scriptwriting for Theater, Film and Television.
  • GEOL123 Causes and Consequences of Global Change.
  • ENEE200 ENEE200 Social and Ethical Dimensions of Engineering Technology.

History and Social Sciences (HS)

  • BMGT289L The Proper Role of Government in a Free Enterprise System.
  • BSOS289I Playing the Market: Managing Risk and Using Technical Analysis.
  • EDHD230 Human Development and Societal Solutions.
  • EDHD231 Inside 21st Century Creativity: How Creative Ideas, Concepts, and Products are Generated.
  • EDHD320 Human Development Through the Life Span.
  • FMSC381 Poverty, Affluence, and Families.
  • JOUR289E Media Law and Ethics in the Digital Age.

Humanities (HU)

  • ENGL255 Literature of Science and Technology.
  • ENGL293 Writing in the Wireless World.
  • ENGL294 Persuasion and Cleverness in Social Media.
  • ENGL295 Literature in a Wired World.
  • HIST205 Environmental History.
  • HIST289R Pocketbook Politics: A History of American Buying and Selling.
  • MUSC205 History of Popular Music, 1950-Present.
  • PHIL140 Contemporary Moral Issues.

Scholarship in Practice (SP)

  • ARCH270 Design in Practice.
  • BMGT289A Social Enterprise: Changing the World through Innovation and Transformative Action.
  • BMGT289B How Do Innovators Think?
  • BMGT289E Entrepreneurial Thinking for Non-Business Majors: How Not to Miss Great Opportunities Your Life Throws at You.
  • BMGT289I Why Good Managers Make Bad Decisions.
  • BMGT495 Strategic Management.
  • BSOS289I Playing the Market: Managing Risk and Using Technical Analysis.
  • EDSP220 Disability in Community: Access, Accomodation, and Adaptation.
  • ENES140 Discovering New Ventures.
  • ENES210 Entrepreneurial Opportunity Analysis and Decision-Making in 21st Century Technology Ventures.
  • JOUR150 Introduction to Mass Communication.
  • URSP250 The Sustainable City: Exploring Opportunities and Challenges.
  • General Business (application required)
  • Business Analytics
  • Innovation & Entrepreneurship (application required)

Information Science + Government

For InfoSci students interested in assisting policymakers in determining their priorities and want to be the person providing the information that policymakers need to craft data-driven solutions.

InfoSci students can pursue a focus area specializing in the collection and analysis of data that can be applied to understanding and creating solutions for local, federal, and global policy issues. Students can choose to further specialize as data analysts focusing on government and policy issues, or as data stewards who manage and curate government and policy-related data for use by other data analysts and policymakers. It is advisable to choose one or two main application areas, such as international development, homeland security, community and infrastructure administration, or health and social services, and enrich the program plan with courses focusing on the chosen application areas.

Natural Sciences (NS)

  • GEOL123 Causes and Consequences of Global Change

History and Social Sciences (HS)

  • AMST260 American Culture in the Information Age
  • BSGC101 Globalization
  • ECON111 Thinking Like an Economist
  • ECON175 Inequality: Determinants and Policy Remedies
  • EDHD231 Inside 21st Century Creativity: How Creative Ideas, Concepts, and Products are Generated
  • GEOG330 As the World Turns: Society and Sustainability in a Time of Great Change
  • HIST142 Looking at America through a Global Lens
  • HIST289R Pocketbook Politics: A History of American Buying and Selling
  • JOUR289E Media Law and Ethics in the Digital Age
  • PHIL140 Contemporary Moral Issues
  • PSYC221 Social Psychology
  • PUAF201 Leadership for the Common Good
  • SOCY225 Women's Jobs, Men's Jobs: How and Why Do They Differ?

Humanities (HU)

  • AMST101 Introduction American Studies
  • ENEE200 Social and Ethical Dimensions of Engineering Technology
  • ENGL140 American Fictions: Cross-Examining U.S. Literature, History, and Politics
  • ENGL255 Literature of Science and Technology
  • ENGL293 Writing in the Wireless World
  • ENGL294 Persuasion and Cleverness in Social Media

Scholarship in Practice (SP)

  • BSGC101 Globalization.
  • ECON111 Thinking Like an Economist.
  • ECON175 Inequality: Determinants and Policy Remedies.
  • EDHD231 Inside 21st Century Creativity: How Creative Ideas, Concepts, and Products are Generated.
  • ENEE200 Social and Ethical Dimensions of Engineering Technology.
  • GEOG330 Inequality: Determinants and Policy Remedies.
  • GEOL123 Causes and Consequences of Global Change.
  • HIST142 Looking at America through a Global Lens.
  • HIST289R Pocketbook Politics: A History of American Buying and Selling.
  • JOUR289E Media Law and Ethics in the Digital Age.
  • JOUR289I Information 3.0: Exploring Technological Tools.
  • PSYC221 Social Psychology.
  • PUAF201 Leadership for the Common Good.
  • Public Leadership
  • Law and Society
  • Global Studies
  • International Development and Conflict Management
  • Global Poverty
  • Global Terrorism
  • Local, State, Federal Government
  • Non-profits
  • NGOs

Information Science + History

For students who enjoy mining through information to better understand the origin of things, thoughts and institutions around us.

The iSchool has a long and rich tradition of archival science and practice, and offers great opportunities to students who are interested in working with historic and archival data to collect, preserve, and serve information that can help build a brighter future by understanding the past better. InfoSci students who focus on history and archival studies can take advantage of the digital curation courses that are offered as part of the InfoSci curriculum, as well as courses from History, American Studies, African American Studies, Asian American Studies, Jewish Studies, and many other programs on campus focusing on different aspects of American and World history.

Natural Sciences (NS)

  • BSCI160 Principles of Ecology and Evolution.
  • ENST233 Introduction to Environmental Health.
  • GEOL120 Environmental Geology.
  • GEOL123 Causes and Consequences of Global Change.
  • PHYS105 Physics for Decision Makers: Global Energy Crisis.
  • PSYC301 Biological Basis of Behavior.

History and Social Sciences (HS)

  • AASP100 Introduction to African American Studies.
  • AASP101 Public Policy and the Black Community.
  • AAST200 Introduction to Asian American Studies (HS, D-UPS).
  • AAST443 Asian American Politics.
  • AMST202 Cultures of Everyday Life in America.
  • AMST260 American Culture in the Information Age.
  • ANTH263 Sexuality and Culture.
  • ANTH264 Anthropology and Immigration.
  • ANTH266 Changing Climate, Changing Cultures.
  • AREC345 Global Poverty and Economic Development.
  • BSGC101 Globalization.
  • CCHS325 Slavery in the Twenty First Century: Combating Human Trafficking.
  • ECON175 Inequality: Determinants and Policy Remedies.
  • EDHD230 Human Development and Societal Solutions.
  • GVPT170 American Government.
  • HIST111 The Medieval World.
  • HIST200 Interpreting American History: Beginnings to 1877.
  • HIST201 Interpreting American History: From 1865 to the Present.
  • HIST204 Introduction to the History of Science.
  • HIST205 Environmental History.
  • HIST213 History of Sexuality in America.
  • HIST224 Modern Military History, 1494-1815.
  • HIST233 Empire! The British Imperial Experience 1558 - 1997.
  • HIST234 History of Britain to 1485.
  • HIST250 Colonial Latin America.
  • HIST266 The United States in World Affairs.
  • HIST287 Why the Jews? Historical and Cultural Investigations.
  • HIST289C Mirror of Democracy: The Golden Age of Athens.
  • HIST370 Jews and Judaism in Antiquity I: Sixth Century BCE through the First Century CE.
  • JWST370 Before the Holocaust: The Golden Age of Eastern European Jewry.
  • KNES287 Sport and American Society.
  • KNES293 History of Sport in America (HS).

Humanities (HU)

  • AMST101 Introduction American Studies.
  • AMST203 Popular Culture in America.
  • AMST205 Contemporary Moral Issues.
  • ARHU298L Critical Approaches to Traditional and Non-Traditional Literary Forms across Different Cultures.
  • ARTH200 Art and Society in Ancient and Medieval Europe and the Mediterranean.
  • ARTH201 Art and Society in the West from the Renaissance to the Present.
  • ARTH250 Art and Society in the Ancient American World.
  • CHIN215 Introduction to Chinese Philosophy.
  • CHIN315 Modern Chinese Literature in Translation.
  • CLAS170 Greek and Roman Mythology.
  • CMLT235 Black Diaspora Literature and Culture.
  • CMLT270 Global Literature and Social Change.
  • CMLT275 World Literature by Women.
  • CMLT277 Literatures of the Americas.
  • CMLT280 Film Art in a Global Society.
  • EDPS210 Historical and Philosophical Perspectives on Education.
  • ENGL130 Race and the Cultural Politics of Blood: A Historical Perspective.
  • ENGL140 American Fictions: Cross-Examining U.S. Literature, History, and Politics.
  • ENGL201 Inventing Western Literature: Ancient and Medieval Traditions.
  • ENGL211 English Literature: Beginnings to 1800.
  • ENGL222 American Literature: 1865 to Present.
  • ENGL234 African-American Literature and Culture.
  • ENGL235 U.S. Latina/o Literature and Culture.
  • ENGL250 Reading Women Writing.
  • HIST110 The Ancient World.
  • HIST120 Islamic Civilization.
  • JAPN221 Radical Transformations in Japanese Culture.
  • RUSS221 Masterworks of Russian Literature I.
  • SLLC285 European Encounters with New Worlds.
  • WMST275 World Literature by Women.

 Scholarship in Practice (SP)

  • BSGC101 Globalization.
  • ECON111 Thinking Like an Economist.
  • ECON175 Inequality: Determinants and Policy Remedies.
  • EDHD231 Inside 21st Century Creativity: How Creative Ideas, Concepts, and Products are Generated.
  • EDSP220 Disability in Community: Access, Accomodation, and Adaptation.
  • ENEE200 Social and Ethical Dimensions of Engineering Technology.
  • GEOG330 Inequality: Determinants and Policy Remedies.
  • GEOL123 Causes and Consequences of Global Change.
  • HIST142 Looking at America through a Global Lens.
  • HIST289R Pocketbook Politics: A History of American Buying and Selling.
  • JOUR289E Media Law and Ethics in the Digital Age.
  • JOUR289I Information 3.0: Exploring Technological Tools.
  • PSYC221 Social Psychology.
  • PUAF201 Leadership for the Common Good.
  • Archaeology
  • Classical Mythology
  • Creative Writing
  • Earth History
  • LGBT Studies
  • Religious Studies
  • Linguistics

Information Science + Politics

For students who want to learn about how information drives political agendas and how information is gathered, used, and delivered to the electorate.

You might want to focus on combining your InfoSci skills with some deep and rich understanding of politics to make a positive difference in your community and society. Students in this focus area are encouraged to enrich their program plans by adding courses that will help them understand the many aspects that make up the contemporary political landscape, including those that are offered by programs such as Government and Politics, Criminal Justice, Journalism, and Communication.

Natural Sciences (NS)

  • AOSC123 Causes and Implications of Global Change.
  • ENSP101 Introduction to Environmental Science.
  • ENST233 Introduction to Environmental Health.
  • GEOL123 Causes and Consequences of Global Change.
  • GEOL124 Evolution of Life and Environment on Planet Earth.
  • NFSC112 Food: Science and Technology.
  • PHYS105 Physics for Decision Makers: Global Energy Crisis.
  • PLSC115 How Safe is Your Salad? The Microbiological Safety of Fresh Produce.
  • PLSC125 Feeding Nine Billion by 2050: Food Security and Crop Protection.
  • PSYC301 Biological Basis of Behavior.

 History and Social Sciences (HS)

  • AMST202 Cultures of Everyday Life in America.
  • AMST260 American Culture in the Information Age.
  • ANTH263 Sexuality and Culture.
  • ANTH264 Anthropology and Immigration.
  • ANTH265 Anthropology of Global Health.
  • ANTH266 Changing Climate, Changing Cultures.
  • AREC250 Elements of Agricultural and Resource Economics.
  • AREC345 Global Poverty and Economic Development.
  • BSOS289I Playing the Market: Managing Risk and Using Technical Analysis.
  • BSST334 States of Emergency.
  • BSGC101 Globalization.
  • CCJS100 Introduction to Criminal Justice.
  • ECON111 Thinking Like an Economist.
  • ECON175 Inequality: Determinants and Policy Remedies.
  • EDHD230 Human Development and Societal Solutions.
  • EDHD320 Human Development Through the Life Span.
  • EDSP289I Disability: From Stigma and Sideshow to Mainstream and Main Street.
  • FMSC110S Families and Global Health.
  • FMSC381 Poverty, Affluence, and Families.
  • GEOG110 The World Today: Global Perspectives.
  • GEOG330 As the World Turns: Society and Sustainability in a Time of Great Change.
  • GVPT105 Introduction to Political Ethics.
  • GVPT105S Introduction to Political Ethics.
  • GVPT170 American Government.
  • GVPT200 International Political Relations.
  • GVPT205S Special Topics in International Ethics, Conflict, and Immigration.
  • GVPT289A Special Topics in Government and Politics; Appetite for Change: Politics and the Globalization of Food.
  • GVPT289L Special Topics in Government and Politics; Religions, Beliefs, and World Affairs.
  • HACS208C Seminar in Cybersecurity; Human Actors and Cyber Attacks.
  • HIST142 Looking at America through a Global Lens.
  • HIST205 Environmental History.
  • HIST266 The United States in World Affairs.
  • HIST289R Pocketbook Politics: A History of American Buying and Selling.
  • HLTH130 Introduction to Public and Community Health.
  • JOUR289E Media Law and Ethics in the Digital Age.
  • LGBT200 Introduction to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies.
  • PHIL140 Contemporary Moral Issues.
  • PSYC221 Social Psychology.
  • PUAF201 Leadership for the Common Good.

Humanities (HU)

  • AMST101 Introduction American Studies.
  • AMST203 Popular Culture in America.
  • AMST205 Material Aspects of American Life.
  • ENEE200 Social and Ethical Dimensions of Engineering Technology.
  • ENGL140 American Fictions: Cross-Examining U.S. Literature, History, and Politics.
  • ENGL255 Literature of Science and Technology.
  • ENGL280 The English Language.
  • ENGL282 Introduction to Rhetorical Theory.
  • ENGL293 Writing in the Wireless World.
  • ENGL294 Persuasion and Cleverness in Social Media.
  • LGBT265 Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Literatures.
  • LING240 Language and Mind.

Scholarship in Practice (SP)

  • BSGC101 Globalization.
  • ECON111 Thinking Like an Economist.
  • ECON175 Inequality: Determinants and Policy Remedies.
  • EDHD231 Inside 21st Century Creativity: How Creative Ideas, Concepts, and Products are Generated.
  • EDSP200 Disability in Community: Access, Accommodation, and Adaptation.
  • ENEE200 Social and Ethical Dimensions of Engineering Technology.
  • GEOG330 Inequality: Determinants and Policy Remedies.
  • GEOL123 Causes and Consequences of Global Change.
  • HIST142 Looking at America through a Global Lens.
  • HIST289R Pocketbook Politics: A History of American Buying and Selling.
  • JOUR289E Media Law and Ethics in the Digital Age.
  • JOUR289I Information 3.0: Exploring Technological Tools.
  • PSYC221 Social Psychology.
  • PUAF201 Leadership for the Common Good.
  • Archaeology
  • Computer Science
  • Environmental Economics and Policy
  • General Business
  • Global Poverty
  • Global Studies Minor Program
  • Global Terrorism
  • History
  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • International Development and Conflict Management
  • Law and Society
  • LGBT Studies
  • Military Studies
  • Nuclear Engineering
  • Philosophy
  • Resource and Agricultural Policy in Economic Development
  • Rhetoric
  • Statistics
  • Tech Entrepreneurship
  • Local, State, Federal Government
  • Non-profits
  • NGOs
  • Analyst/Researcher Political Think Tank

 

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