Classes

Applied Analysis of Social Entrepreneurship

This course compliments ECON 286: Social Entrepreneurship: Theorizing Global Trends, with a focus on hands-on approaches to social entrepreneurship, as …
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BIOL 150 – Ecology and Evolution

An exploration of evolutionary and ecological processes and consequences, with close examination of population dynamics, population genetics, principles of heredity, …
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REL 211 – Judeo-Christian Ethics

An examination of different ethical theories and approaches in Judeo-Christian traditions. Examines special topics, such as marriage, divorce, romantic love, …
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BST 340 – Strategic Decision Making

Analyzes the theory of strategically interdependent decision making, with applications to auctions, bargaining, oligopoly, signaling, and strategic voting. Explores the …
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BST 287 – Applied Analysis of Social Entrepreneurship

This course compliments BST 387, with a focus on hands on approaches to social entrepreneurship, as well as on obtaining …
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BIOL 320 – Tropical Marine Ecology

Weekly lecture, laboratory, and pool work at Drew followed by intensive week in the field during spring recess at a …
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BIOL 220 – Nutrition

Food is essential for human life. What we eat can have a broad impact biological functioning of an individual, from …
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BIOL 101 – Environmental Biology

An introductory study of the environment, the impacts humans have on the Earth’s biological and physical systems, and the ways …
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Survey of Western Art: Ancient and Medieval – ARTH 101

This course explores the art and architecture of the ancient and medieval eras, including study of the cultures of the …
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