College is often viewed as a place to meet new people and experience new things. UTSA is home to so much diversity that it should come as no surprise that many classes offered here are far from ordinary. With classes like, The History and Traditions of Mariachi Music, Business Japanese and White Collar Crime, students can expand their horizons with more unique classes.
Take for example, Death and Dying, an anthropological class taught by Professor Jill Fleuriet. Morbid title aside, this class offers students a cultural understanding of death in terms of its social implications. Brandon McClure, a freshman anthropology and psychology major, plans on taking the class. “Seems really interesting because of the way different cultures view death, the afterlife and burial,” McClure said.
Introduction to Air Force History is a class taught by Maj (s). Kelley that teaches students the traditions of the Air Force and basic procedures. Gustavo Villarreal, a freshman sociology major is taking the class to learn how to become an Air Force officer. Villarreal also recognizes the benefits the class offers, such as “scholarships that can pay tuition, books and stipend