INT 215C Introduction to American Culture (2 credits)
ANT 150 Cultures of the World
Surveys past and present peoples of the world. Introduces students to diversity and the underlying unity of human culture from evolutionary and ecological perspectives. Suitable for nonmajors.
ANT 200 Cultural Anthropology
Compares and contrasts pre-industrial and industrial societies while introducing concepts and methodology in the study of culture and human socialization.
BUS 336 Management and Leadership
This course focuses on the processes of planning, organizing, influencing, and controlling that leaders use to achieve their objectives in organizational settings. Topics include the human, operational, and structural issues involved in managerial decision making using a variety of methods to develop analytical skills. Prerequisite: Junior status.
COM 220 Interpersonal Communication
This course explores communication strategies to interact more effectively in everyday, one-on-one relationships with family, friends, and co-workers.
COM 306 Intercultural Communication
Examines concepts/constructs, theories, and empirical research pertinent to communication within and between cultures, with primary foci on contexts and relationships.
COM 3XX Event Planning and Communication
This course will provide a comprehensive overview of elements and factors involved in the planning, production, and assessment of special events as well as the communication factors that dominate each phase of the process. Through a review of the literature, interaction with guest presenters, interviews with professionals including site visits, and a class produced half-day conference; students will learn both the components of a successful event and the required
COM 421 Organizational Communication
The analysis of the role and importance of communication in organizations with special emphasis on corporations, not-for-profit institutions, government agencies, and other structures in which people work. The focus of the course is rooted in theories of organizational communication with applications to contemporary situations. Students must have access to a computer with Internet capabilities, and be familiar with using the Web for searching and sending e-mail with attachments.
ECO 305 Topics in Economics
Topics vary from year to year. Requires prior completion of Principles of Micro and Macroeconomics.
ENG 140 English Composition: Writing About Selected Topics
Develops students' ability to write college-level essays by practicing strategies of argumentation and by refining skills of invention, revision, and critical thinking. Leads to writing essays characterized by unity, order, coherence, completeness, clarity, and mechanical correctness.
INAF 215N Globalization
This course examines the phenomenon of Globalization from the perspectives of such disciplines as political science, macroeconomics, game theory, and international finance. Students will learn to use an assortment of analytical frameworks and applied techniques, with an emphasis on strategic thinking.
INT 260 Foundations of Leadership and Citizenship
Foundations of Leadership and Citizenship introduces students to the study of leadership, social change, and service learning from both theoretical and practical perspectives. The course explores leadership in relation to individuality, group dynamics, social justice, and community engagement. Through readings, case studies, reflective journals, and group work, students examine leadership as an inclusive, relational process through which individuals, organizations, and systems can create social change. This course culminates in a portfolio demonstrating each student’s personal assessment and experiential understanding of leadership and citizenship.
INT 261 Leadership and Citizenship in Action
This course builds upon a theoretical understanding of leadership, social justice, social change, and service by fostering collaboration among students in the class and with their communities through diversity and community education, community service, skills training, and facilitation opportunities. Students continue to synthesize their concepts of leadership through portfolios, reflection journals, and papers that describe their personal leadership models and gain the additional knowledge, skills, and resources to function as responsible leaders and engaged members of the Rollins College and Central Florida communities. This course culminates in a portfolio demonstrating the students' personal assessment and experiential understanding of leadership and citizenship. Prerequisite: INT 260.