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Examine the Plight of Migrant Workers

April 27, 2020 by Karen Grossman |

You eat an apple at lunch, but do you consider how it got from the orchard to your store? Who works to put fresh food on your table, and what are their lives like?

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Define Who You Are As an Ethical Leader

March 27, 2020 by Karen Grossman |

Whether you’re in a leadership position or you have never held a leadership role, the online Ethical Leadership course will help you define who you are as a leader.

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Is your great idea a business opportunity?

March 16, 2020 by Karen Grossman |

You think you have a great idea to start a small business. Does it have the potential for lasting financial success?

“We all have great ideas. They’re not all opportunities,” says Dr. Dianne Welsh

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Gain Perspective in Gun Debate Course

February 25, 2020 by Karen Grossman |

Even if you think you know how you feel about gun rights, responsibilities and regulations, the Great Gun Debate course will surprise you. It’s not a typical college course.

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Want Exciting Courses? The BA in Liberal Studies Has Them.

March 25, 2019 by Karen Grossman |

If you’re considering the online Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies (BLS), let the courses help you decide. These aren’t your typical courses. Explore banned books, classical musicals, the role of religion in government, and historic U.S. trials to learn communication, problem solving,

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5 Questions to Ask Before Taking an Online Course

It’s no secret that online learning is flexible and convenient. But how do you know if the program you’re considering will offer a high-quality learning experience? Start with these five questions.

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Theatre 100: This Online Course is a Showstopper

March 19, 2018 by Miranda Lim |

Your screen pulls back the curtains as you go behind the scenes of theatrical performances in THR100: Drama Appreciation. This undergraduate online course gives students a front row seat to an in-depth study of theatre as a dynamic, living art form — all from your computer, tablet, or smartphone.

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