The Center for Entrepreneurial & Global Studies
The courses incorporate seminar-style class discussions, speakers, field trips, and experiential learning.
It is the belief of the department that a modern citizenry must have an understanding of the origins of cultures, peoples, and global economics across the globe and across time. To best understand the present one must have knowledge of those that have come before. Those who have knowledge of the past, as well as an understanding of specific fields of investigation, will be best prepared to contribute to the current world community. In addition to specific subjects and content, a variety of life long academic skills must be introduced and reinforced. These include but are not limited to critical reading, note taking, discussion, and research from a variety of mediums, structured writing and academic documentation. The department uses MLA for its academic referencing. Enrollment in Honors and Advanced Placement courses requires departmental permission.
The following are courses that have been taught over the last several years. Not all courses are taught each year or each trimester.