Below are a few examples, but we urge you to talk to your major/departmental advisor and explore available courses in SPIRE. Remember not to constrain yourself to classes within your major.
ANTHRO 104 - Culture, Society and People: The nature of culture and its role in creating forms of social, economic, and political life in diverse historical and geographical contexts.
COMM 260 - Public Speaking: Practical communication in one-to-group contexts. Theoretical bases for structuring and presenting public speeches.
ECON 397 - Education and Economics: This course will examine contemporary issues in U.S. education through the use of economic theory and current research literature.
Depending on your main area of interest, your academic pathway will shift. To explore this field, you can take courses that will provide you with knowledge and skills in:
- Critical, analytical and creative thinking
- Problem solving
- Effective communication skills
- Teamwork and leadership
- Diversity, equity and inclusion
- Disciplinary knowledge for various curriculum areas