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Cognititve Psychology
Ordinary mental activities such as recognizing a word, forgetting a phone number, and distinguishing a cup from a glass seem transparently simple. Examined more closely, they are complex and not easily explained. Cognitive psychology is the empirical study of longstanding questions about what we know, how we know it, and how our knowledge is structured, accessed, and used. We start with the psychology of William Jame...
  • Format: On Campus
  • Course Number: CRN 4632 - NPSY 0610 A
  • Cyr, Travis
Jan 28 - May 13
On Campus
Monday
6:00 - 7:50 PM
Spring 2019
Fundamentals of Psychology
This course introduces the field of psychology, the study of human behavior and mental processes. Through a survey of the key frameworks, landmark studies, and major subdisciplines, students gain knowledge of the historical antecedents and contemporary questions and methods that make up modern psychology. Topics covered include the brain and neuroscience, behavioral genetics, cognitive and social development, percept...
  • Programs: Online Learning
  • Format: Online
  • Course Number: CRN 1938 - NPSY 0001 A
  • Chavez, Jessica
Jun 03 - Aug 04
Online
Summer 2019
Theories of Personality
Personality can be understood through a variety of theoretical perspectives, including psychoanalytic, trait-based, biological, behavioral, cognitive, and humanistic approaches. This course provides a survey of these perspectives and their supporting research and introduces various approaches to the assessment of personality in clinical and organizational settings. The class also examines personality disorders, inclu...
  • Programs: Online Learning
  • Format: Online
  • Course Number: CRN 1940 - NPSY 0401 A
  • Odom, Anna
Jun 03 - Aug 04
Online
Summer 2019
Death and Dying
This course provides an introduction to key psychological, biological, and sociological perspectives on death, dying and bereavement. Specific topic areas to be covered include: historical perspectives on death and dying; existential theories; Terror Management Theory; death across lifespan and contextually (e.g., life-limiting illness, unexpected death, suicide); palliative care and hospice; practical, financial and...
  • Programs: Online Learning
  • Format: Online
  • Course Number: CRN 1951 - NPSY 0391 A
  • STAFF
Jun 03 - Aug 04
Online
Summer 2019
Housing the Modern Dweller
For most avant-garde architects the private home is the main vehicle through which they find opportunity to test radical building innovations. Moreover, the pressing political and social justice issues of the modern era were often explored and debated through the “housing question.” This makes modern residential architecture a useful medium for understanding how architects tackle disciplinary responses to their arch...
  • Programs: Online Learning
  • Format: Online
  • Course Number: CRN 1888 - NARH 0874 A
  • Bills, Emily
Jun 03 - Aug 04
Online
Summer 2019
Creative Living: A Practicum
To live a creative life is an art form. "Creative Living: A Practicum" is a companion class to the Artist as Entrepreneur, focusing on exchange with other creatives, taking place in the classroom and out in the field. Students will explore the making and doing of big ideas and what inspiration means in the real world, looking deeply into the creative process. This class takes creative apprenticeship beyond traditiona...
  • Format: On Campus
  • Course Number: CRN 1897 - NARH 0859 A
  • Thomas, Austin
Jun 03 - Jul 24
On Campus
Monday & Wednesday
6:00 - 7:50 PM
Summer 2019
The Music Video
This course traces the history of the music video from the early 1980s to the present, exploring the connections and interrelations between culture, film and television, and music. We explore and analyze techniques such as the use of editing to create a visual landscape and reinforce the rhythm or form of the music. We survey video genres and the use of setting to trigger cultural associations in listeners, such as o...
  • Programs: Online Learning
  • Format: Online
  • Course Number: CRN 1870 - NMUS 0701 A
  • Mason, Sonya
Jun 03 - Aug 04
Online
Summer 2019
Venture Lab
A keystone program of the Impact Entrepreneurship Initiative, the Venture Lab is designed to support graduate students and upper undergraduates at The New School in developing financially sustainable ventures that address critical societal challenges and demonstrate the potential for scalable impact. Students accepted to the Venture Lab enroll in a semester-long course offered in the spring semester, for which they w...
  • Format: On Campus
  • Course Number: CRN 8093 - UTNS 0500 0
  • van der Meer, Jennifer
Jan 28 - May 13
On Campus
Monday
7:00 - 9:40 PM
Spring 2019
Venture Lab
A keystone program of the Impact Entrepreneurship Initiative, the Venture Lab is designed to support graduate students and upper undergraduates at The New School in developing financially sustainable ventures that address critical societal challenges and demonstrate the potential for scalable impact. Students accepted to the Venture Lab enroll in a semester-long course offered in the spring semester, for which they w...
  • Format: On Campus
  • Course Number: CRN 8093 - UTNS 0500 0
  • van der Meer, Jennifer
Jan 28 - May 13
On Campus
Monday
7:00 - 9:40 PM
Spring 2019
International Law
This course introduces the fundamental concepts of international law. We consider basic ideas and problems of public international law: What is the origin of international law? Is international law really law? Who is governed by international law? How are treaties interpreted? What is the relationship between international law and domestic law? We examine the interplay between international law and international poli...
  • Programs: Online Learning
  • Format: Online
  • Course Number: CRN 1867 - NPOL 3570 A
  • Torres-Spelliscy, Glynn
Jun 03 - Aug 04
Online
Summer 2019
Reformation to Revolution: Mapping Discovery, Empire, and Dissent
This course is about the dynamic coming together of global exploration, cultural encounters, and the rise of the right to dissent in the early modern period. We begin by examining traditional accounts of the global flow of information and fantasy through maps and other texts that fueled adventures and ambitions, especially the revolution in cartography in the 15th century away from symbolic Christian cosmology to mat...
  • Format: On Campus
  • Course Number: CRN 6653 - NHIS 3313 A
  • Walker, Gina
Jan 28 - May 13
On Campus
Monday
4:00 - 5:50 PM
Spring 2019
The Science of Food, Flavors, and Farming
This course is for food lovers who want to learn about the biology and chemistry that turn our daily meals into more than simple sustenance. We begin by studying the chemistry of food, including basic principles of food metabolism, food pathogens, food preservation, and the chemistry of cooking. We then explore the biology of taste and smell, the role played by genetics in producing distinct food experiences for diff...
  • Format: On Campus
  • Course Number: CRN 1725 - NFDS 3700 A
  • Ghatak, Ronita
Jan 28 - May 13
On Campus
Monday
4:00 - 5:50 PM
Spring 2019
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