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Course Materials: Spring 2022

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Aim Of Education

Alchemy Of Witness: Integrative Skills For Psychology And The Helping Profession

American Popular Music: A People's History

Applied Microbiology & Organic Chemistry

Art, Culture, And Social Entrepreneurship On The Silk Roads

Atoms, Molecules, & Reactions

Authentic Self: Becoming An Instrument Of Change

Biology And Management Of Honey Bee And Native Pollinators

Calculus And Analytical Geometry III

Chemistry Counts!

Chinese: First Year III

Comparative Programming Languages

Cultivating Justice: Food, Feminism, And Community Psychology

Deep In Thought: Advanced Fiction Writing

Developmental Biology

Drawing: The Figure

Ecological Agriculture: Crop Botany And Plant Genetics

Exploring Other Worlds: Astrobiology

Field Ecology

Fisheries In The Pacific Northwest: Biology And Political Ecology

French: First Year III

French-Second Year III

Graphic Design II

Graphic Design III: Capstone Projects

Health Vs Wealth

In Sickness And In Health

India: Culture, Cuisine, And Dance

Introduction To Environmental Studies: River Resources

Japanese: First Year III

Japanese: Second Year III

Leading Organizations: Inspiring Change And Creativity

Mammal Dreams: Intro To Neuroscience And The Arts Of Storytelling And Performanc

Marine Environments: Organisms And The Ocean

Material Matters: The Material Worlds Of Art And Science

Mathematical Systems

Medicine Of Community And Place

MES: Research Design And Quantitative Methods

MIT Program

MIT Spring Start

Models of Motion

Monsters: A Literary and Cultural Exploration

MPA Tacoma: Policy, Finance, and Budgeting for Public Administration

MPA Tacoma: Advanced Research Methods

MPA Capstone: PNAPP

MPA: Education Policy

MPA: Grant Writing

MPA: Policy, Finance, and Budgeting for Public Administration

MPA: Poverty: Who, Why, How

MPA: Project Management

MPA: Social Welfare Policy

NPP: Critical Indigenous Studies: Rooted: Food Sovereignty as Medicine

NPP: Culture, Community and Cosmos: Service Learning - Planting Seeds for Community Growth and Development

NPP: From Time Immemorial: Grounding in Places of Power

NPP: Salish Sea Landscapes and Waterscapes

NPP: World Of Writing

Odyssey: Art And Archaeology In Greece And Italy

Outdoor Leadership And Group Dynamics

Paris Muse: Evoking Place In Literature, History, Music And Myth

Political Economy Of Facist Politics: Consequences And Resistance

Positive Coaching Psychology

Positive Psychology And Well-Being Theory

Power Of Stories: Language, Communication, And Leadership For Creating Change

Practice of Organic Farming

Printmaking: Professional Practice And Independent Work

Processing Our Wool: Relating With Indigenous And Modern Fibers

Psychology Of Connection

Psychology Of Mind Body Medicine

Questions Of Philosophy: An Invitation To Reflective Living

Restoring Landscapes: Picturing Plants

Rivers of Clay

Slavic and Celtic Folklore

So You Want To Be A Psychologist

Social Entrepeneurship and Sustain

Spanish: First Year III

Statistics I

Statistics II

Student-Originated Software


Tacoma: Literacies of Transformation

Taste: What We Hunger For

Temporality, Word, and Image

The Mural Project: Exploring Our Roots Through Public Arts

Tiny House Design

Tradition And Innovation: Northwest Coast Indigenous Digital Design And Printmaking

US Foreign Policy And The War On Terror

What Unions Do

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