AC1305 Basic Biblical Hebrew (Fall) (3 undergraduate credits)
This course introduces students to the basics of Biblical Hebrew, focusing on reading, writing, and vocabulary. Identifying key verses from the lectionary cycle helps students navigate scripture as displayed in a Torah scroll. To practice skills, students will work with partners. Together the class will develop a variety of activities to stimulate interest in Hebrew learning.
IS1321 Introduction to Ethnopsychology (Fall) (3 undergraduate credits)
At our core, do all individuals think, feel, and behave in the same ways? How do psychology and culture interact? In this course, we will look at several major concepts in traditional psychology and consider the extent to which they may apply across cultures.
IS1361 Introduction to Statistics (Fall) (3 undergraduate credits)
This course is designed to introduce undergraduate students to statistics. Mathematical concepts basic to an understanding of statistics will be reviewed. Descriptive and inferential statistics and their application to social sciences research will be introduced.