ARCE 120 Field Research in Environmental Archaeology

This course and accompanying lab focus on a scientific understanding of the biological and geological methods and theories that are
relevant to human/environmental interaction in pre-historic and historic sites of human occupation. Research questions to be discussed
involve three major areas of study: 1) relationships between site formation processes, environmental change and human activity; 2) plant
and animal domestication and exploitation; and 3) methods for dating artifacts. The class and lab are held in May and early June at the

MUSC 140 Music and Healing

This course examines music and healing from an historical, cross-cultural, and applied clinical perspective, exploring current applications of music and healing—inside and outside the professional medical community.

EDUC 160 Teaching English as a Foreign Language

This course is the first of a two course sequence to prepare future teachers of English as a foreign language to teach English to non-native speakers of English in cross-cultural settings, either in the US or abroad. 

EDUC 161 Teaching English as a Foreign Language

This course is the 2nd course of a two course sequence to prepare future teachers of English as a foreign language to teach English to non-native speakers of English in cross-cultural settings, either in the US or abroad. 

ENVS 170 Rocky Mountain Field Reserch

This field course, taught by faculty at the Teton Science Schools in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, is focused on community ecology of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE). This course also contains a substantial research component in which students will participate in a long-standing TSS program in order to develop skills in research design and data collection. Then students will create and complete their own research projects.

BUS 200 Taxation for Working Poor

Students will explore the objectives and consequences of various aspects of the U.S. federal tax system in relation to the working poor. Topics covered will include the Earned Income Tax Credit, progressive and regressive taxes, and income redistribution as the result of tax provisions. In addition, students will study common misperceptions of those living in poverty. The course will consist of classroom instruction, tax preparation training, completion of a tax certification test, and volunteer tax preparation at a community-based site.

FREN 200 Intensive French

Immersion-style French language study at the intermediate level, in a Francophone country. May be used to satisfy the college’s
proficiency requirement in foreign languages.

URBN 201 Introduction to Urban Studies

An interdisciplinary approach to examining issues and institutions in American cities; neighborhoods, downtowns, suburbs, housing,poverty, environmental justice, nonprofits and city politics; discussion of urban public and social policies; field trips or service learningwill be used to do hands on analysis of urban issues.

GRST 205 German in Germany

An intensive study of intermediate German in Germany. This course does not count toward the major or the minor.