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Courses listing

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Explore a research perspective that understands behavior using cognitive and social psychological theories and methodologies.
School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, College of Arts and Sciences
$
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Discover how sociologists formulate theories and how the collection and analysis of data are used to evaluate those theories.
School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
$
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Learn about the belief systems that influence parenting and about parenting styles across cultures.
School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, College of Arts and Sciences
$
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Examine various approaches to understanding technology and its role in human behavior and society.
School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
$
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Learn about data exploration, display, and gathering; probability; statistical methods; and how to use statistical tools.
School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, ILR School
$
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Learn how future development depends on the combination of engineering with the physical, biological, and social sciences.
School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions
$
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Where does our food come from? Investigate the social, political, economic, and environmental aspects of our food system.
School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
$
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Explore how today’s immigration patterns diverge from historical trends and how various considerations affect assimilation.
School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
$
Explore the critical questions posed by how the social, economic, and technological realms of the modern world interconnect.
Computing and Information Science
Free
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Become acquainted with the major theories and research paradigms of modern personality psychology.
School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, College of Human Ecology
$