Kendal on Hudson at Pace University

Pace University is proud to offer classes in the following disciplines: Accounting, Art, Health and Wellness, Technology, Marketing, Education, English, Environmental, and Philosophy. All classes are available in person on the Pleasantville campus.

ACCOUNTING & FINANCE

Classes available in this section include:
• Auditing I
• Financial Accounting
• Financial Management
• Intermediate Accounting I
• Managerial Accounting

COURSE DATES & DESCRIPTIONS:

AUDITING

Ethics, theory, practice and diversified techniques of public auditing are integrated through class discussion and examination of professional standards. Topics include: the audit environment; current developments in the profession; the independent auditor’s report and its relationship to auditing standards and accounting principles; independence and the AICPA’s code of professional ethics; legal liability of auditors; audit objectives and audit planning; audit risk and materiality; internal control; and types of evidence and audit procedures.

CRN 90399 AUDITING (MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS)
September 4th, 2019 – December 18th, 2019 10:35 AM – 12:00 PM
Taught by Professor Raymond Reisig

FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

This course gives students a broad view of accounting’s role in satisfying society’s needs for information and its function in business, government, and the non-profit sector. Students gain an understanding of the multifaceted nature of the accounting profession including its history, ethics, public responsibilities, and international dimensions. Students learn from a user-oriented perspective about the accounting cycle, the nature of financial statements and the process for preparing them, and the use of accounting information as a basis for decision making.

CRN 90395 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING (MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS)
September 4th, 2019 – December 18th, 2019 1:20 PM – 3:20 PM
Taught by Professor Robert Zwicker.

CRN 90396 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING (TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS)
September 5th, 2019 – December 19th, 2019 12:15 PM – 2:15 PM
Taught by Professor Roberta Cable.

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

This course introduces students to the financial decisions facing the manager. Topics include: financial analysis of the firm’s current and future financial condition; efficient management of the firm’s assets; sources of short and long-term financing; introduction to financial theory, including valuation, capital budgeting, leverage, capital structure and the timing of financial decisions.

CRN 90400 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT (TUESDAYS) 6:10 PM – 9 PM
September 10th, 2019 – December 17th, 2019
Taught by Professor Edmund Mantell.

INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING

ACC 301-302 provide comprehensive coverage of financial accounting topics. Students gain an understanding of how the rules governing the preparation of financial statements are applied. They are exposed to the underlying philosophy and concepts of the accounting model, as well as the capital market effects of accounting pronouncements.

CRN 90398 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I (MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS)
September 4th, 2019 – December 18th, 2019 7:55 AM – 9:55 AM
Taught by Professor Raymond Reisig.

MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING

A study of the fundamental managerial accounting concepts and techniques that aid in management decision-making, performance evaluation, planning and controlling operations. The emphasis is on the use of accounting data as a management tool rather than on the techniques of data accumulation. The course deals with such topics as cost behavior patterns, budgeting and cost-volume-profit relationships. Quantitative methods applicable to managerial accounting are studied.

CRN 90397 MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING (MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS)
September 4th, 2019 – December 18th, 2019 10:05 AM – 12:05 PM
Taught by Professor Robert Zwicker.

ART

Classes available in this section include:
• Ceramics I
• Drawing
• Paint I
• Painting in Watercolor I
• Printmaking I
• Sculpture I

COURSE DATES & DESCRIPTIONS:

CERAMICS

A studio course designed as an introduction to the forms and techniques of pottery and ceramic ware. Students will form, glaze, and kiln fire works of their own design.

CRN 90358 CERAMICS I (WEDNESDAYS)
September 4th, 2019 – December 18th, 2019 1:20 PM – 4:20 PM
Taught by Professor Margaret Yost.

CRN 90359 CERAMICS I (MONDAYS)
September 9th, 2019 – December 16th, 2019 6:10 PM – 9:00 PM
The Professor for this course is TBA.

CRN 90360 CERAMICS I (THURSDAYS)
September 5th, 2019 – December 19th, 2019 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Taught by Professor Vicky Youngman.

CRN 90361 CERAMICS I ( MONDAYS)
September 9th, 2019 – December 16th, 2019 1:20 PM – 4:20 PM
Taught by Professor Margaret Yost.

CRN 90362 CERAMICS I (TUESDAYS)
September 10th, 2019 – December 17th, 2019 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Taught by Professor Vicky Youngman.

DRAWING

Students learn basic drawing techniques and experiment with media including pencil, charcoal, and pen and ink. Students acquire basic drawing skills and learn to draw from direct observation through projects including still life, landscapes, or abstraction. Figure drawing and linear perspective are introduced as are more conceptual approaches to drawing.

CRN 90387 DRAWING I (THURSDAYS)
September 5th, 2019 – December 19th, 2019 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Taught by Professor Mark Cassata.

CRN 90388 DRAWING I (THURSDAYS)
September 5th, 2019 – December 19th, 2019 12:15 PM – 3:15 PM
Taught by Professor Mark Cassata.

CRN 90389 DRAWING I (TUESDAYS)
September 10th, 2019 – December 17th, 2019 6:10 PM – 9:00 PM
The Professor for this course is TBA.

PAINTING

Contemporary painting materials and techniques are demonstrated using acrylic paints and mediums. The course includes basic color theory and its application to both figurative and abstract painting. Students work with a variety of subjects.

CRN 90390 PAINTING I (MONDAYS)
September 9th, 2019 – December 16th, 2019 4:35 PM – 7:35 PM
Taught by Professor Karolyn Fraine.

CRN 90391 PAINTING I (WEDNESDAYS)
September 4th, 2019 – December 16th, 2019 1:20 PM – 4:20 PM
Taught by Professor Kathryn Marohn.

CRN 90386 PAINTING IN WATERCOLOR I (WEDNESDAYS)
September 4th, 2019 – December 18th, 2019 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Taught by Professor Mark Cassata.

PRINTMAKING

The basic techniques of printmaking will be explained and demonstrated. Students will execute their own designs in black and white and color and print small editions.

CRN 90392 PRINTMAKING I (WEDNESDAYS)
September 4th, 2019 – December 18th, 2019 4:35 PM – 7:35 PM
Taught by Professor Kathryn Marohn.

SCULPTURE

Students will be introduced to the traditional and modern techniques of producing sculpture. Casting processes will be explained and demonstrated, and students will work by glyptic and plastic methods.

CRN 90385 SCULPTURE (THURSDAYS)
September 5th, 2019 – December 19th, 2019 12:15 PM – 3:15 PM
Taught by Professor Margaret Yost.

HEALTH AND WELLNESS

Classes available in this section include:
• Mindful Based Stress Reduction
• Health Care for Diverse Populations
• Health Care Policy
• Introduction to Global Primary Healthcare
• Introduction to Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
• Wellness and Physical Fitness
• Yoga

COURSE DATES & DESCRIPTIONS:

MINDFUL BASED STRESS REDUCTION

The MBSR course is designed to introduce mindfulness meditation practice as a way of reducing stress and developing greater balance, control, and fuller participation in your life. Mindfulness is a way of learning to relate directly to whatever is happening in your life including the challenges of stress, pain, illness, and everyday demands. The MBSR course is highly experiential and participatory. Classes include instruction in a variety of mindfulness meditation practices, gentle stretching, mindful yoga, and guided individual and group inquiry.

CRN 90356 MINDFUL BASED STRESS REDUCTION (TUESDAYS)
October 1st, 2019 – December 10th, 2019 6:10 PM – 9:15 PM
Taught by Professor Sophie Kaufman.

HEALTH CARE FOR DIVERSE POPULATIONS

In an increasingly interconnected world, public health is global health. Global health is the delivery of health care interventions designed to improve health outcomes among diverse populations around the world. This course provides an overview of key global health challenges facing diverse populations, The overall course objective is to introduce students to the key principles needed for understanding global health and culturally competent health care delivery. The aims of this course are to (a) explore the impact of culture on the effectiveness of global health interventions, (b) introduce the social determinants of health as a tool for understanding patterns of disease within and between diverse populations, and (c) provide an overview of approaches for delivering culturally competent healthcare. This course is organized into three sections: (i) analytical approaches; (ii) burdens of disease; and (iii) health care needs of special populations. By the end of the course, students will understand key global health topics that impact upon diverse populations while appreciating why a cross-disciplinary approach is essential for improving the health outcomes of diverse populations. Health Care for Diverse Populations (HSC 200) is a required Health Science Major Core that can be taken as an elective of non-Majors.

CRN 90376 HEALTH CARE FOR DIVERSE POPULATIONS (MONDAYS)
September 9th, 2019 – December 16th, 2019 1:20 PM – 3:20 PM
Taught by Professor Keisha Antoine.

HEALTH CARE POLICY

Health Care Policy is a required Health Science Major Core that can be taken as an elective for non-Majors. This course offers an inter-professional approach to understanding the health policy and financing system. The social determinants of health and challenges confronting healthcare systems and practitioners in a variety of heath care professions and disciplines will be discussed.

CRN 90379 HEALTH CARE POLICY (FRIDAYS)
September 6th, 2019 – December 20th, 2019 10:05 AM – 12:05 PM
Taught by Professor Sheryl Scalzo.

INTRODUCTION TO GLOBAL PRIMARY HEALTH CARE

This course focuses on existing healthcare organizations and clinical care environments to determine what the current patient safety and quality improvements needs are.

CRN 90380 INTRODUCTION TO GLOBAL PRIMARY HEALTH CARE (WEDNESDAYS)
September 4th, 2019 – December 18th, 2019 1:20 pm – 4:20 PM
Taught by Professor Erica Gollub.

INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH PROMOTION & DISEASE PREVENTION

This course will provide a comprehensive guide to major health promotion concepts. This course will include practical guidance on diversity awareness, innovation practice, the latest research and trends in health promotion and quality and safety issues.

CRN 90375 INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH PROMOTION & DISEASE PREVENTION (MONDAYS)
September 9th, 2019 – December 16th, 2019 1:20PM – 4:20 PM
Taught by Professor Sheryl Scalzo.

WELLNESS & PHYSICAL FITNESS

To introduce the student to a wellness approach to health care. In order to study the inter-relationship of the four variables of “Total Fitness”, the student will complete written assignments including analyzing their eating lifestyle, participate in prescribed workouts which include an aerobic warm-up, cardio-vascular endurance training, muscle strength and endurance training using machines and free weights properly and safely, and static stretching for flexibility.

CRN 90381 WELLNESS & PHYSICAL FITNESS (MONDAYS)
September 9th, 2019 – December 16, 2019 10:05 AM – 12:05 PM
Taught by Professor Alison McCarthy.

YOGA

To introduce the student to a wellness approach to health care. In order to study the inter-relationship of the four variables of “Total Fitness”, the student will complete written assignments including analyzing their eating lifestyle, participate in prescribed workouts which include an aerobic warm-up, cardio-vascular endurance training, muscle strength and endurance training using machines and free weights properly and safely, and static stretching for flexibility.

CRN 90382 YOGA (MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS)
September 10th, 2019 – December 17th, 2019 12:15 PM – 2:15 PM
Taught by Professor Laurice Nemetz.

TECHNOLOGY

Classes available in this section include:
• Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
• Web Authoring & Digital Media
• Mobile Web Development

COURSE DATES & DESCRIPTIONS:

INTRODUCTION TO GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS

This course provides an introduction to the analysis and design of geographic information systems. These are systems for which the data and solutions are location based. GIS systems are used in a variety of disciplines and applications including geosciences, environmental science, government, land management, non-profits and business. Students will learn how to create comprehensive GIS systems in a range of application areas.

CRN 90357 INTRODUCTION TO GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS (THURSDAYS)
September 5th, 2019 – December 19th, 2019 4:35 PM – 9:15 PM
Taught by Professor Daniel Farkas.

WEB AUTHORING & DIGITAL MEDIA

This course is designed to provide an introduction to the internet, Web Page design and authoring, Web site management, and multimedia for the Web. Topics include XHTML, CSS, HTML editors, Web graphics, multimedia, basic Web page design concepts, Web 2.0 design, standards-based Web design, and accessibility issues. Students will prepare Web pages incorporating text, digitized images, animations, JavaScript, and sound, using a graphics program, and HTML editor, and XHTML.

CRN 90383 WEB AUTHORING & DIGITAL MEDIA (MONDAYS &WEDNESDAYS)
September 4th, 2019 – December 18th, 2019 1:20 PM – 3:20 PM
Taught by Professor Zhan Zhang.

TOPIC: MOBILE WEB DEVELOPMENT

This course introduces students to creating mobile web sites and JavaScript-based apps for iOS and Android devices. Students will build a mobile web site taking advantages of modern CSS and JavaScript features on mobile browsers, and learn responsive and “mobile-first” web design techniques. Graphics programming with leading 2D and 3D libraries will be introduced. Performance optimizations to speed page loading and responsiveness will be covered. A JavaScript based smart phone app using current JavaScript framework will be built as the course’s final project.

CRN 90384 TOPIC: MOBILE WEB DEVELOPMENT (WEDNESDAYS)
September 4th, 2019 – December 18th, 2019 6:10 PM – 9:10 PM
Taught by Professor Llesh Miraj.

MARKETING

Classes available in this section include:
• Fundamentals of Advertising and Promotions
• Principles of Marketing

COURSE DATES & DESCRIPTIONS:

FUNDAMENTALS OF ADVERTISING & PROMOTIONS

Introductory course designed to explore in detail the role of advertising and sales promotion in marketing programs. Subject areas treated include the strategy of advertising campaigns, planning and executing advertising programs and evaluating results.

CRN 90402 FUNDAMENTALS OF ADVERTISING & PROMOTIONS (WEDNESDAYS)
September 4th, 2019 – December 18th, 2019 1:20 PM – 4:20 PM
Taught by Professor Paul Kurnit.

PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING

Introduction to the complex and dynamic field of marketing and its systems. This course examines marketing’s place in the firm and in society. Considered and analyzed are marketing research and strategies for product development, pricing, physical distribution and promotion, including personal selling, advertising, sales promotion and public relations.

CRN 90401 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING (THURSDAYS)
September 5th, 2019 – December 19th, 2019 4:35 PM – 7:35 PM
Taught by Professor Martin Topol.

EDUCATION

Classes available in this section include:
• DASA Workshop
• Education II: Understanding Learning and Teaching
• Emergent and Early Literacy
• Introduction to Special Education
• Methods and Models of Teaching Adolescents
• Science Methods: Integrated Approach
• Social Science Methods: Integrated Approach
• Special Education in Secondary Settings

COURSE DATES & DESCRIPTIONS:

DASA WORKSHOP

This coursework will address the social patterns of harassment, bullying and discrimination, marginalization and microaggressions, including but not limited to, those acts based on a person’s actual or perceived race, color, weight, national origin, ethnic group, religion, religious practice, disability, sexual orientation, gender or sex. This training will address these issues from a proactive-rather than a reactive-position and present the “goal” as creating an affirming educational environment for all students through addressing school culture and climate. It will also cover the identification and mitigation of harassment, bullying and discrimination; and strategies for effectively

CRN 90367 DASA WORKSHOP (SATURDAY)
November 2nd, 2019 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Taught by Professor Jennifer Pankowski.

EDU II: UNDERSTANDING LEARNING AND TEACHING

By examining learning contexts and classroom practice, students will examine what it means to learn and what is means to teach. Students will examine various models of teaching and learning and the theoretical constructs that underlie them. They will focus on developing classroom communities by exploring issues of organization and management and the construct of motivation. Students will relate current developmental and learning theory to the process of selecting, designing, and differentiating curriculum, instruction, assessment, technology and classroom environment in order to create a classroom community that affirms diversity, respects cultural and linguistic differences while promoting personal and group growth and development. Professional seminars and fieldwork one day per week, either Tuesday or Thursday accompany this course. This course is designed to be taken in the fall of the junior year following admission to the School of Education.

CRN 90368 EDU II: UNDERSTANDING LEARNING AND TEACHING (TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS)
September 5th, 2019 – December 19th, 2019 9:00 AM – 10:25 AM
Taught by Professor Elizabeth Smith.

INTRODUCTION TO SPECIAL EDUCATION

This course provides childhood pre-service teachers with knowledge and practice in special education so that they will be able to support and instruct students with disabilities in their general education classrooms. The course will explore the historical and philosophical foundations of special education, characteristics of students with disabilities, and the impact of special education law and research on referral, classification, placement, and instruction. Through research, simulation, and fieldwork students will learn to access disability-related information, develop an understanding of the Individualized Education Plan (IEP), and be able to plan instruction in accordance with a student’s individualized needs and strengths. This survey course is designed to be taken in the fall of the junior year following admission to the School of Education and requires one full day per week of field-based work in a school setting.

CRN 90373 INTRODUCTION TO SPECIAL EDUCATION (WEDNESDAYS)
September 5th, 2019 – December 19th, 2019 1:20 PM – 4:20 PM
Taught by Professor Leslie Soodak.

EMERGENT AND EARLY LITERACY

In this course, students will learn the cognitive and linguistic processes of reading and writing at the emergent and early literacy levels. By using instructional texts and children’s literature, you will learn methods of curriculum-based and skill-based assessment of emergent and early literacy development in native English learners and English language learners. You will learn research-based teaching and assessment methods as well as technology applications for classroom and differentiated instruction particularly appropriate for children in grades 1-3. Differentiated instructional assessment and planning is demonstrated along with the uses of technology as a means of accommodating individual needs. Planning for classroom management on a group and individual basis will also be discussed. This course is designed to be taken in the spring of the junior year and requires one full day per week of field-based work. This course is required of all Childhood Education majors.

CRN 90371 EMERGENT AND EARLY LITERACY (MONDAYS AND WEDNESDAYS)
September 4th, 2019 – December 18th, 2019 1:20 PM – 2:45 PM
Taught by Professor Francine Falk-Ross.

METHODS AND MODELS OF TEACHING ADOLESCENTS

In this course, students will learn the cognitive and linguistic processes of reading and writing at the emergent and early literacy levels. By using instructional texts and children’s literature, you will learn methods of curriculum-based and skill-based assessment of emergent and early literacy development in native English learners and English language learners. You will learn research-based teaching and assessment methods as well as technology applications for classroom and differentiated instruction particularly appropriate for children in grades 1-3. Differentiated instructional assessment and planning is demonstrated along with the uses of technology as a means of accommodating individual needs. Planning for classroom management on a group and individual basis will also be discussed. This course is designed to be taken in the spring of the junior year and requires one full day per week of field-based work. This course is required of all Childhood Education majors.

CRN 90369 METHODS AND MODELS OF TEACHING ADOLESCENTS (MONDAYS)
September 9th, 2019 – December 16th, 2019 1:20 PM – 4:20 PM
Taught by Professor Christine Clayton.

SCIENCE METHODS: INTEGRATED APPROACH

This course introduces students to the theories and methods of learning, teaching and assessing science and technology in the elementary school. The course is both practical and theoretical in nature and is based on the premise that all teaching methods and practices must be grounded in theory. The course investigates methods and approaches to developing an integrated science curriculum that is based on how investigative science can be used to answer questions and solve problems. Two full days of fieldwork required, Tuesday and Thursday. This course is required of all Childhood Education majors.

CRN 90372 SCIENCE METHODS: INTERGRATED APPROACH (MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS)
September 4th, 2019 – December 18th, 2019 10:35 AM – 12:00 PM
Taught by Professor Linda Carlson.

CRN 90374 SOCIAL SCIENCE METHODS: INTEGRATED APPROACH (TUESDAYS)
September 10th, 2019 – December 17th, 2019 4:35 PM – 7:35 PM
Taught by Professor Cathy Lopane-chulla.

SPECIAL EDUCATION IN SECONDARY SETTINGS

In this course, students will develop approaches to teaching integrated social studies curricula that meet New York State learning standards. Students will examine the social science disciplines and the importance of history in the curriculum for elementary students’ understanding of democracy and citizenship. The use of technology learning and research in the social sciences is explored as well as methods of assessing knowledge in the social sciences. Two full days of fieldwork require, Tuesday and Thursday. This course is required of all Childhood Education majors.

CRN 90370 SPECIAL EDUCATION IN SECONDARY SETTINGS (WEDNESDAYS)
September 4th, 2019 – December 18th, 2019 1:20 PM – 4:20 PM
Taught by Professor Leslie Soodak.

CRN 90378 SPECIAL EDUCATION IN SECONDARY SETTINGS (THURSDAYS)
September 5th, 2019 – December 19th, 2019 4:35 PM – 7:35 PM
Taught by Professor Roberta Wiener.

EDUCATION II: UNDERSTANDING LEARNING & TEACHING

By examining learning contexts and classroom practice, students will examine what it means to learn and what is means to teach. Students will examine various models of teaching and learning and the theoretical constructs that underlie them. They will focus on developing classroom communities by exploring issues of organization and management and the construct of motivation. Students will relate current developmental and learning theory to the process of selecting, designing, and differentiating curriculum, instruction, assessment, technology and classroom environment in order to create a classroom community that affirms diversity, respects cultural and linguistic differences while promoting personal and group growth and development. Professional seminars and fieldwork one day per week, either Tuesday or Thursday accompany this course. This course is designed to be taken in the fall of the junior year following admission to the School of Education.

CRN 90377 EDUCATION II: UNDERSTANDING LEARNING & TEACHING (TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS)
September 5th, 2019 – December 19th, 2019 1:50 PM – 3:15 PM
Taught by Professor Elizabeth Smith.

ENGLISH

Classes available in this section include:
• Creative Writing

COURSE DATES & DESCRIPTION:

CREATIVE WRITING

This course offers students the opportunity to develop the art and craft of writing short stories, poems, and memoir. Across the genres of fiction, poetry, and creative non-fiction, students will write, read models by contemporary authors, and share new work with fellow students. All of this is aimed to help students cultivate their individual voice and style

CRN 90393 CREATIVE WRITING (TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS)
September 5th, 2019 – December 19th, 2019 1:50 PM – 3:15 PM
Taught by Professor Olivia Worden.

ENVIRONMENTAL

Classes available in this section include:
• Animals & Society
• The Naturalists

COURSE DATES & DESCRIPTION:

ANIMALS & SOCIETY

Animals and Society directs students in the interdisciplinary evaluation of the human-non-human relationship, and how contemporary methods of exploitation pose benefits and harms to humans and animals alike. The course will review a range of applied topics, including domestication, cognition, wildlife and hunting, zoos, companion animals, entertainment, meat production, and vegetarianism. Students acquire literacy in current animal welfare and rights issues, learn about laws that affect animals, and develop the writing and advocacy skills to participate in social media activism. As a civic engagement course with a hand-on component, everyone is required to volunteer at a local animal shelter.

CRN 90394 ANIMALS & SOCIETY (MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS)
September 4th, 2019 – December 18th, 2019 10:35 AM – 12:00 PM
Taught by Professor Michelle Land.

THE NATURALISTS

This course is designed to provide students with aesthetic insight into the natural world through the creative and imaginative writings and observations of famous naturalists. Significant time will be spent studying aesthetic categories has influenced the conceptual profile and strategies of the environmental movement in the West. Classroom discussions and experimental field studies will blend theory with first-hand experiences. Investigation of the perception and reality of “our place” in the world of nature and how aesthetic responses and art has influenced that perception over the years provide the enduring theme for the course.

CRN 90363 THE NATURALISTS (TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS)
September 5th, 2019 – December 19th, 2019 12:15 PM – 1:40 PM
Taught by Professor Angelo Spillo.

PHILOSOPHY

Classes available in this section include:
• The Philosophy of Happiness

COURSE DATES & DESCRIPTION:

THE PHILOSOPHY OF HAPPINESS

The Philosophy of Happiness: The philosophy of happiness will consider questions such as: What is happiness? How do you achieve happiness? Are good people happier than those who are evil? Is happiness necessary for a worthwhile life? What do both classical and contemporary philosophers affirm about happiness?

CRN 90366 THE PHILOSOPHY OF HAPPINESS (TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS)
September 5th, 2019 – December 19th, 2019 9:00 AM – 10:25 AM
Taught by Professor Len Mitchell.

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