George Washington University


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Abbie Weiner

Study and practice of verbal and nonverbal communication in ritual, information and perspective sharing, problem solving, and relationship formation, maintenance, and dissolution. Designed to raise awareness of the complexity and power of the communication process in daily life and to help students...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci370.000

Pamela Presser

Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci170.000

Pamela Presser

Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci170.000

Pamela Presser

Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci180.000

Pamela Presser

Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci170.000

Sangeeta Prasad

Human development from young adulthood to old age. Dominant psychosocial, cognitive, and physical competencies; motivational changes; coping styles; and normative and non-normative behaviors. Three hours per week of service learning in an appropriate agency setting are required in addition to lectur...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci240.000

Emily Morrison

The practices and commitments of ethical leaders to enhance organizational effectiveness, engage diverse perspectives, clarify values and mission, and promote commitment to shared purposes.
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci250.000

Michelle Kelso

Students in this course are matched with a small local nonprofit as they explored issues related to the management of nonprofit organizations (organizational theory, program administration, staff development, fiscal operations, and effective community relations). Students work with their community p...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci170.000

Michelle Kelso

Culminating experience synthesizing the knowledge, skills, abilities, and attitudes needed to address complex real-world issues in socially just ways; integration and reflection on the key theories, research, practices, issues, and policies addressed throughout the program. Restricted to program maj...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci160.000

Tara Scully

The evolution of life on earth; the value of other organisms, their role in our world, and how humans can cause harm to this infrastructure. Students work with a community partner to perform activities that assist the partner while reinforcing course concepts. Credit may not be earned for both BISC ...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci490.000

Jennifer Baldwin

One of the first programs to be developed in the United States and receive approval from the American Art Therapy Association, GW’s art therapy program combines artistic training with therapy and counseling skills. A part of Columbian College of Arts and Sciences’ social and behavioral s...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci80.000

Stacey Nelson

One of the first programs to be developed in the United States and receive approval from the American Art Therapy Association, GW’s art therapy program combines artistic training with therapy and counseling skills. A part of Columbian College of Arts and Sciences’ social and behavioral s...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci70.000

Deborah Bunkley

One of the first programs to be developed in the United States and receive approval from the American Art Therapy Association, GW’s art therapy program combines artistic training with therapy and counseling skills. A part of Columbian College of Arts and Sciences’ social and behavioral s...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci50.000

Diana Sabados

One of the first programs to be developed in the United States and receive approval from the American Art Therapy Association, GW’s art therapy program combines artistic training with therapy and counseling skills. A part of Columbian College of Arts and Sciences’ social and behavioral s...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci60.000

Erica Walls

Theory in community organizing and social justice is connected with an opportunity to explore how it is applied directly in the field. Methods used by non-profit organizations and campaigns to address issues in human services.
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci190.000

Maria del Carmen Montoya

Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci30.000

Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci00.000

Maria del Carmen Montoya

Design lab with a focus on social, environmental, and community impact. Project teams collaborate with a community partner to identify and respond to local challenges that might be addressed through interaction design processes and skills. Materials fee.
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci30.000

Sara Jamshidi

This is an intermediate studio course in typography. Topics covered include typographic vocabulary, terminology, history, technology, classification, measurement, and syntax. Projects explore audience, structure/syntax, content/meaning, visual hierarchy, and aesthetics in message building for visual...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci90.000

Maria Habib

This is an intermediate studio course in typography. Topics covered include typographic vocabulary, terminology, history, technology, classification, measurement, and syntax. Projects explore audience, structure/syntax, content/meaning, visual hierarchy, and aesthetics in message building for visual...
Columbian Coll of Arts & Sci110.000