Inquiry Seminar Descriptions
Registration begins at 3:30 p.m. on April 15.
During your first semester at Concordia you will take a specially designed course called an Inquiry Seminar, which is part of your First-Year Experience. The topics are extremely diverse and the professors request to teach these courses on topics they find fascinating. The other students in your Inquiry Seminar will also be members of your Orientation Club, and each course is paired with either a Written Communication (WC) or Oral Communication (OC) course.
Check out the Inquiry Seminar offerings below and jot down your top three to five.
Adventure, Exploration and Risk
Behind Closed Doors: Gender and Sexuality
Beyond Genocide: Help and Hope
Big Philosophical Ideas
Children & Childhood in English Literature
CS Lewis: Faith, Life and Fiction
Culture, Politics, and Economics in the E.U.
Food in the World
From Caligari to Hitler: German Films of the Weimar Republic and the Third Reich
Geishas to Cyborgs : Production and Reception in Japanese Visual Culture
Hispanic USA: Tales of Two Americas
Leadership for Sustainability
Leadership through Athletics
Madness and Genius in German Literature and Film
The Magic World of Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales
Myth and Reality in Latin American Literature
Samurai Warriors of Japan
Seeking Justice in an Unjust World
Studio Ceramics: Adventures of the Creative Spirit
Unraveling the Mysteries: Sheldon Cooper and Other Great Scientists through the Ages
World of Sport and Gender Equity