Summer B Course Offerings
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|18189||0310||Epic Measures: Investigation Big Questions about Health throughout the World||W/4||1|
|12612||4C20||Q1 What is the Good Life||
|3||Birkner, Archie IV/Nicholson, Carissa|
|16627||4A09||Q1 What is the Good Life||MW/2 TR/6||3||Birkner, Archie IV/Nicholson, Carissa|
Epic Measures: Investigation Big Questions about Health throughout the World
The book for this course follows the development of the first accounting of risk factors, health administration, politics and other barriers and facilitators of optimal health throughout the world. Course requirements will include reading the book, participating in class discussions, writing a journal or several reflection papers and presenting a final project related to concepts in the book.
Q1 What is the Good Life
Drawing on the disciplines that make up the Humanities, this course investigates the very nature of the human condition. Students examine the ways different people from different societies across time conceptualize the good life, the meaning and value individuals ascribe to the lives that they live or want to live, and the choices, costs, and benefits of the good life.