FI 399 Special Topics Living Lavishly: This course is intended for students who are interested in spending any money they made over break as quickly as physically possible. Reserved for upper level finance students who have learned proper money management and budgeting, this course explores the equally important concept of irresponsible spending.
SO 163 Introduction to Dartying: Couldn’t figure out the beach scene last fall? This course will provide students with all of the information needed to darty. Topics covered include Lantern Point geography, proper attire and emergency maneuver tactics. By the end of the semester, students will be able to successfully darty in the spring.
BI 093 Limits of the Human Body: This natural science for non-majors examines the breaking points of the human body. How long can a person survive eating nothing but cold pizza and Tully ice cream? Ideas explored include the effects of sleep deprivation, minor alcohol poisoning and prematurely going gray.
MG 274 Managing Roommate Conflicts: Spending a long time away from school can lead students to forget critical techniques necessary for navigating complex interpersonal conflicts. This course seeks to answer the question; “This person sleeps less than 10 feet away from me, how do I deal with their crazy?”