Hunter College Schools
The impact of the rapid spread of COVID-19 has been felt throughout the world with more than 3.1 million infections, and 216,000 deaths.
Digital privacy, online surveillance, and cybersecurity concerns have risen to the top of global policy agendas.
Learn a new kind of literacy. Fake news is hard to spot, but this course teaches you to find reliable information and become more news literate.
Using a hands-on approach, this course explores communications and marketing foundational theories, strategies and tactics.
Take the fear out of financial data! Whether you work for a big company or a start-up, accounting helps organizations make better decisions.
This course is intended to provide some insight into the meaning of a particular dimension of human experience, the “religious experience.”
Explore the historical, philosophical and legal roots of human rights as a political idea and institutionalized practice.
This course is intended for economics majors, artists and others to find a way into a powerful tool for solving social problems.
Inequality is seen as an increasingly important driver of many of the social and economic problems we face in the 21st century.
This course covers the whole GIS production process from data modeling and acquisition to editing, analysis, and yes, cartographic output.
The oceans play a significant role in climate system response. To understand past, present and future climate, we need to know and understand oceans.
This course is intended for MA students in Economics and graduate students in other social science disciplines.
An introduction to equity and justice in urban education, and the historical, economic, cultural and political factors that influence schools.
An introduction to speech-language pathology, the role of the speech language pathologist in assessment and treatment of a communication disorders.
Introduction to theories, concepts, and values of the nursing profession. Emphasis on understanding the practice and principles of nursing.
A foundation for understanding shifting conventions of cinema, including how various styles and genres have shaped social and political dimensions.
Participants will explore the benefits and challenges of creating and maintaining classrooms designed to incorporate students with disabilities.
As an introductory course to the field of education, this course discusses current and historical views of individuals with disabilities.