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Course Catalogue

Welcome to the Fulbright University Vietnam Course Catalogue. This searchable database shows undergraduate courses taught since Academic Year 2021 – 2022.

This list is representative: not all courses will be offered in every semester; teaching faculty may be subject to change.

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Browse featured courses offered in Fall 2023:

The Art & Science of Wellbeing

What makes life worth living? Which people are the happiest? Can money buy happiness and wellbeing? How can we maximize our wellbeing? This innovative course is designed to answer these questions and more by examining the fundamentals of happiness and wellbeing. You will also have an opportunity to develop a range of evidence-based practical skills […]

Modern Southeast Asia

This course cross-lists with Vietnam Studies. It will allow students to replace Vietnam in the context of Southeast Asia, explore its relationship with its neighbors and new perspectives of its modern historical development. It will help Vietnam Studies students understand regional differences in culture, cultural values, social attitudes, and approaches to history and politics.This course […]

Global Environmental Literature

The title of the course suggests two important themes that will orient our discussions and readings: First, how does literature reflect and represent the super/natural world? Second, how do those representations differ across cultures and geographies? What does that tell us about human relationships to the world around us, as well as how heterogenous those […]

Climate and Water: The physical science basis and key processes

This course will brief the key processes of hydrology and meteorology, two intertwined Earth-science disciplines that focus on the terrestrial water cycle. The students will first be introduced to the fundamental sciences governing the climate and hydrological systems, represented by a wide range of variables such as precipitation, wind, air pressure, evaporation, (sub)surface water, and […]

Chinese Foreign Policy Making: Vietnam, U.S. and Beyond

With its expanding economy and ever-deeper international integration China is playing an increasingly significant role in the world affairs. Under such circumstances it is nearly impossible to foresee further international developments without understanding how China approaches the world and what shapes its behavior. How can we make sense of how China makes its foreign policy […]

Introduction to Video and Film Production

This video and film production course will introduce students to the basic elements of recording and combining image and sound using various kinds of digital equipment. We will also explore important technical and theoretical concepts associated with the moving image, such as editing, dialectic, representation, and protest. We will cover basic narrative structure and script […]

Social Inquiry and the Social Sciences

What is society, and why do we have it?  Humans are unique among living beings in the scale and complexity of our social formations. Through society, we make the worlds we live in – we cultivate identities, families, language, morality, governments, wealth, religions, and so forth. Society makes these things and makes them meaningful; society can turn a […]

Digital Marketing

New digital technologies have fundamentally reshaped marketing theory and practice in the last decade alone. This course addresses how technology has changed the modes of communication through which firms engage with consumers. It provides a curated overview of very recent cases and theories related to Big Consumer Data, fine-grained behavioral analytics, new monitoring tools, precise […]

Ideas of Math

This course, if successful, will help students explore what mathematics really is. At its best, mathematics contains all of the following: creativity, beauty and, of course, precision. A masterpiece in mathematics could be compared to a great drawing or a classic novel. As an example, Martin Hairer’s regularity structure is compared to Lord of the […]

Engineering Exploration: Sink or Swim (NEW)

The project-based course guides students to perform engineering analysis through real-world examples. Describing physical systems with mathematical models can speed up the engineering design process as well as enhance the overall quality of the final products. Throughout 3 major projects (pop-pop engine boat, mouse trap car, and ninja robot), students will apply quantitative engineering analysis […]

Computer Organization

Computing systems, such as mobile phones, laptops or personal computers, have been an important parts of human beings’ everyday life. For example, computer scientists, programmers and engineers use computing systems in many of their every tasks. In principle, understanding of what is going on beyond the statements in high-level programming languages such as Python, Java, […]

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