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Yale University comprises three major academic components: Yale College (the undergraduate program), the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and the professional schools. In addition, Yale encompasses a wide array of centers and programs, libraries, museums, and administrative support offices. Approximately 11,250 students attend Yale.

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Jan 16th 2017

This course will help you be a better negotiator. Unlike many negotiation courses, we develop a framework for analyzing and shaping negotiations. This framework will allow you to make principled arguments that persuade others. It will allow you to see beneath the surface of apparent conflicts to uncover the underlying interests. You will leave the course better able to predict, interpret, and shape the behavior of those you face in competitive situations.

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Jan 16th 2017

Journey of the Universe weaves together the discoveries of the evolutionary sciences together with humanities such as history, philosophy, art, and religion. The course draws on the Emmy-award winning film, Journey of the Universe, and the book from Yale University Press.

Average: 3 (3 votes)
Jan 16th 2017

Journey of the Universe weaves together the discoveries of the evolutionary sciences together with humanities such as history, philosophy, art, and religion. This course draws on the Journey of the Universe Conversations, a series of 20 interviews with scientists and environmentalists.

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Jan 16th 2017

Thomas Berry (1914-2009) was a historian of world religions and an early voice awakening moral sensibilities to the environmental crisis. He is known for articulating a “new story” of the universe that explores the implications of the evolutionary sciences and cultural traditions for creating a flourishing future. This course investigates Berry’s life and thought in relation to the Journey of the Universe project.

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Jan 9th 2017

Essentials of Global Health is a comprehensive introduction to global health. It is meant to introduce you to this topic in well-structured, clear and easy to understand ways. Much of the course will focus on five questions: What do people get sick, disabled and die from; Why do they suffer from these conditions? Which people are most affected? Why should we care about such concerns? What can be done to address key health issues, hopefully at least cost, as fast as possible, and in sustainable ways?

Average: 8 (1 vote)
Jan 9th 2017

When do governments deserve our allegiance, and when should they be denied it? This course explores the main answers that have been given to this question in the modern West.

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Jan 9th 2017

What is a musician’s response to the condition of the world? Do musicians have an obligation and an opportunity to serve the needs of the world with their musicianship? At a time of crisis for the classical music profession, with a changing commercial landscape, a shrinking audience base, and a contraction in the number of professional orchestras, how does a young musician construct a career today? Are we looking at a dying art form or a moment of reinvigoration? In this course we will develop a response to these questions, and we will explore the notion that the classical musician, the artist, is an important public figure with a critical role to play in society.

Average: 10 (1 vote)
Jan 9th 2017

Welcome to an Introduction to Breast Cancer! In this course, we’ll learn a bit about the leading cause of cancer in women worldwide – from the basic biology of the disease, to risk factors and prevention, to treatment modalities to survivorship. We’ll talk to leading experts, explore some of the milestone studies that have pushed this field forward, and have interactive discussions on discussion boards and social media. You’ll even have an opportunity to let us know what topics you want to cover on tweetchats, so we can try to make the content fit your interests.

Average: 3.8 (8 votes)
Jan 2nd 2017

An introduction to the main themes of the American Constitution—popular sovereignty, separation of powers, federalism, and rights.

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Jan 2nd 2017

How can we explain kindness and cruelty? Where does our sense of right and wrong come from? Why do people so often disagree about moral issues? This course explores the psychological foundations of our moral lives.

Average: 7 (1 vote)
Jan 2nd 2017

Using a simple and enjoyable teaching style, this course introduces the novice listener to the wonders of classical music, from Bach fugues to Mozart symphonies to Puccini operas.

Average: 7.8 (4 votes)
Jan 2nd 2017

An introduction to basic techniques of constitutional interpretation.

Average: 8 (4 votes)
Jan 2nd 2017

Former U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Timothy F. Geithner and Professor Andrew Metrick survey the causes, events, policy responses, and aftermath of the recent global financial crisis.

Average: 6.5 (2 votes)
Jan 2nd 2017

Whether you are an advanced law student looking to review the basics, or an aspiring law student looking for head start, this course will help you build the foundation you will need to succeed in law school and beyond. This course will introduce you to terminology, concepts, and tools lawyers and legal academics use to make their arguments. It will help you follow these arguments—and make arguments of your own.

Average: 6.2 (11 votes)
Dec 26th 2016

Professor Robert Shiller, 2013 Nobel Prize winner in Economic Sciences, explores the topic of Financial Markets in this eight module course.

Average: 10 (1 vote)
Sep 7th 2015

Roman Architecture is a course for people who love to travel and want to discover the power of architecture to shape politics, society, and culture.

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Feb 9th 2015

本课程总览了促进人类社会管理风险和发展企业的想法、方式和机构。

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This course is an introduction to game theory & strategic thinking.

Average: 5.4 (11 votes)
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Course explores the causes, course, & consequences of the American Civil War (1840s to 1877). The primary goal of the course is to understand the multiple meanings of a transforming event in American history.

Average: 6.8 (5 votes)
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Philosophy & the Science of Human Nature pairs central texts from Western philosophical tradition (including works by Plato, Aristotle, Hobbes, Epictetus, Kant, Mill, Rawls, & Nozick) with recent findings in cognitive science & related fields.

Average: 5.5 (6 votes)

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