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    Walden University
   
 
  Nov 22, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Catalog (September 2017)

OneCampus by Laureate


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Walden University students have an opportunity to take courses with other students in the Laureate International Universities (LIU) network as part of Walden’s participation in OneCampus by Laureate.

OneCampus courses provide the opportunity to learn with students from other Laureate International Universities network institutions, including Kendall College (Chicago), Santa Fe University of Art and Design (Santa Fe, New Mexico), NewSchool of Architecture and Design (San Diego), Glion Institute of Higher Education (Glion, Switzerland), and Les Roches International School of Hotel Management (Bluche, Switzerland and Marbella, Spain).

New courses are added to the OneCampus catalog frequently. Please consult your Academic Advisor to confirm course offerings.  Courses currently available via OneCampus may include:

Course Weeks Credits Fulfills Host Institution
BIOL 1001S - Introduction to Biology♦   11 weeks 5 qtr. Mathematics/natural sciences requirement, general education elective, or general elective credit* Walden University
SOCI 1001S - Introduction to Sociology♦   11 weeks 5 qtr. Social and behavioral sciences requirement, general education elective, or general elective credit* Walden University
GEG 210C – Cultural Geography 10 weeks 5 qtr. Social and behavioral sciences requirement, general education elective, or general elective credit* Kendall College
IDST 2050C - Interdisciplinary Experience: Sustaining Quality of Life in the City♦   6 weeks 5 qtr. Social and behavioral sciences requirement, general education elective, or general elective credit* Walden University
ARTS 2001C - Fundamentals of Photographic Arts♦   6 weeks 5 qtr. Humanities requirement, general education elective, or general elective credit* Walden University
ANTH 3001C - Indigenous Peoples in the Modern World♦   6 weeks 5 qtr.

Social and behavioral sciences requirement, general education elective, or general elective credit*

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PHIL 2001C - Ethics♦   6 weeks 5 qtr. Humanities requirement, general education elective, or general elective credit* Walden University
SCNC 4001C - Analyzing Contemporary Scientific Controversies♦   6 weeks 5 qtr. Mathematics/natural sciences requirement, general education elective, or general elective credit* Walden University
IDST 1050C - Interdisciplinary Experience: Identity in a Global Society   6 weeks 5 qtr.

Social and behavioral sciences requirement, general education elective, or general elective credit*

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COMM 1003C - Introduction to Mass Communication♦   6 weeks 5 qtr.

General education elective or general elective credit*

Walden University
HMNT 3001C - Modern Popular Culture♦   6 weeks 5 qtr. Humanities requirement, general education elective, or general elective credit* Walden University

*Note: If you have already fulfilled your general education and elective requirements, you may not be eligible to register for one of these courses. BS in Communication students and BS in Business Communication students can apply COMM 1003C to their core requirement. BS in Interdisciplinary Studies students can apply IDST 1050C and IDST 2050C to their core requirement.