Fall 2016 High Demand Courses Course List - Coming Soon 


How to Register?

Find out how to register and pay by visiting the Students page.

We offer courses through a program called "High Demand Courses". The goal of this program is to provide courses SJSU students need to progress in their educational goals (e.g., to graduate, to apply for their major, to attain mastery in a specific domain required for degree progression, etc.). These classes begin after the Census date each semester.


Course Name & Number Course Description Section Class  Credits Instructor

 BUS5 187

Global Dimensions of Business

An integrative interdisciplinary foundation for more specialized courses and self-directed learning. Provides an overview of economic, social, cultural and political/legal forces and factors influencing crossborder business and an introduction to international dimensions of business functions and operations. 30 50830 3 Inae Yang

 BUS3 80

Legal Environment of Business

 Understand the judicial system and dispute resolution with emphasis on the role of law in purchasing, contracting and administering a business as it impacts the firm's constituencies and society as a whole.  30 50905  Inae Yang 

 CHAD 106

Concepts of Child 

 Explores the historical diversity in the ways in which childhood has been defined; investigates diverse cultural definitions of childhood; examines the impacts of those beliefs and definitions on human development. GE Area: V 30 50916  Toni Campbell 

 COMM 145I

Rhetorical and Cultural Criticism

Survey of leading theorists, critics and movements in the area of rhetoric and cultural studies. Examines interpretations of speech and discourse as an approach to understanding both real life issues and advanced work in communication studies. 30 50919  Gina Firenzi 

 GEOL 112

Hazards, Risk Earthquakes & Volcanos

 How, where and why earthquakes and volcanic eruptions occur. Analysis of hazards posed by earthquakes and volcanoes. Risks incurred by humankind due to these hazards. Minimizing risk; economic, social and political problems associated with earthquakes. GE Area: R 30  50922  Don Reed 


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