Introduction to Health Disparities

In this course, students will learn about the contemporary issues faced by today’s health professionals and identify the new skills needed to deliver patient-centered care in a changing society. Students will understand how the social determinants of health related to health status and will investigate their impact on future health outcomes.

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Discover the Universe

This course offers a broad overview of modern astronomy. We will examine how observation, experimentation and exploration have led to our present day understanding of the Earth environment and the Universe we live in. Our goal is to help students gain a physical understanding and an appreciation of the cosmos, and more generally, of the scientific method and how scientific discoveries impact society.

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Agricultural Ecology

This course introduces students to agricultural systems as ecosystems governed by the same ecological processes governing all natural systems. Students will learn about the ecological processes controlling soil-water-plant-atmosphere interactions as well as the capture and use of solar energy in the biosphere.

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Sustainable Agricultural & Urban Land Management

Protecting the state’s water from nutrient contamination depends on adopting best management practices (BMPs) for land and nutrient management in the urban and agricultural settings. BMPs must be based on science and be practical and economical to adopt, while meeting society’s needs. This course will cover the agricultural and urban water quality issues in Florida,

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U.S. History Since 1877

This American History course will cover the history of the United States from Reconstruction to the present. We will focus on a number of key themes, including the emergence of the United States as a world power, the industrialization of the American economy, the growing authority of the federal government, efforts of American minorities to

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Environmental Hydrology

Course:AOM 4643Principles & Issues in Environmental Hydrology Credits:3 Instructor: Greg Kiker, Ph.D. Agricultural & Biological Engineering College of Agricultural & Life Sciences This course offers an introduction to river basin management and planning by providing a foundation of understanding of river basins as a system from biological, hydrological and geopolitical viewpoints. Special emphasis will be

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Rethinking Citizenship

What does it mean to be an active and engaged citizen today? The purpose of this interactive, digital course in civic engagement is to teach the knowledge and skills of engaged citizenship in the 21st Century and to promote thoughtful student activism for the benefit of campus, local, state, and national communities. Course:IDS 2338Rethinking Citizenship:

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Applied Human Anatomy with Lab

The purpose of this course is to introduce students to anatomy (the study of the body’s structures) and to present information and engage students in a way that promotes critical and creative thinking within the context of health and movement studies. Students will be asked not only to memorize important structures of the human body

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Comparative Psychology

What does it mean to be human? Though psychologists compare many different things, the term “Comparative Psychology” is reserved for the comparison of the behavior of different species. Since it involves the behavior of animals, comparative psychology forms a bridge between psychology and zoology. As such, we will discuss both primarily psychological, as well as

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Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship

Social entrepreneurship’s rapid emergence over the past decade has coincided with the rise of information technology that has given individuals more power now than at any point in history. The social entrepreneur’s question is simple: How can we use that power to make a positive, sustainable contribution to society?

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