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The Evolution of Intelligence in Primates and Humans
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
$
Three figures with different size girths
Credit
Explore the causes of obesity, from eating behaviors and genetics to psychosocial factors, and its effects and treatment.
School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, College of Human Ecology
$
Closeup of several fruits, vegetables, and nuts
Credit
Examine the role that nutrition, exercise, and other health behaviors play in maintaining good health.
School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, College of Human Ecology
$
Neanderthal skull
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
$
A Cornell student
Credit
Become acquainted with the major theories and research paradigms of modern personality psychology.
School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions, College of Human Ecology
$
Inside view of government building, rotunda ceiling
Certificate, CEU
Prepare to lead public service organizations.
eCornell, College of Human Ecology
$
Anthropology of Parenting
Credit
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
$
Executive Healthcare Leadership
Certificate, CEU
Get the management skills you need to succeed in today’s evolving healthcare landscape.
Johnson, College of Human Ecology
$
Nutrition Counseling
Certificate, CEU
Learn proven, research-based counseling techniques to improve your effectiveness as a licensed nutrition professional.
eCornell, College of Human Ecology
$
Programming for Infant and Young Child Feeding
Certificate, CEU
Learn the essentials of IYCF and how to strengthen programming, particularly in developing countries. Co-sponsored by UNICEF
College of Human Ecology, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Free

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