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Explore issues such as warfare, terrorism, and globalization and analyze the theories that we use to talk about them.
School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, College of Arts and Sciences
$
Credit
Examine fossil evidence and explore how some geological and biological disciplines contribute to our knowledge of dinosaurs.
School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, College of Engineering
$
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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
$
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Focuses on helping individuals understand how scientific information effects management decision making and public policy.
School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
$
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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
$
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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 ancient remains can be examined using minimally invasive methods and new molecular approaches.
School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
$
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A data-driven, model-based approach to decision-making.
School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
$
Credit
Explore the evolution of humankind through the fossil record and investigate the roots of human biology and behavior.
School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, College of Arts and 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
$
Credit
Study the evolution of intelligence and social behavior in monkeys and apes and consider what this tells us about humans.
School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, College of Arts and Sciences
$