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Evolution is the central concept in biology. This course examines evolution as a science in an historical context.
School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
$
This course covers the theory behind decision making and applying analytic tools.
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
$
Examine responses to the Cambodian genocide and learn about efforts to bring the perpetrators to justice.
School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, College of Arts and Sciences
$
Analyze economic factors in relation to the stability and growth of national income.
School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, College of Arts and Sciences
$
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
$
Students examine critically their own prejudices as they influence the perception and evaluation of cultural differences
School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, College of Arts and Sciences
$
Learn how the price system affects the production of goods as well as who benefits from it and who influences it.
School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, College of Arts and Sciences
$
Prepare to lead successful large-scale projects by refining both your project leadership and project management skills.
eCornell, College of Engineering
$
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
$
Explore how ideas about personal responsibility and assumptions about race have shaped the American penal system.
School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, College of Arts and Sciences
$
Learn about the components of an organization's marketing program and how products are priced, promoted, and distributed.
School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
$

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