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Back to School with the NX-01 Crew (and Friends)

Archer
Attending

Diplomacy 106: Courtesies. How to keep from offending other cultures. Respecting cultural differences. Figuring out what that extra fork is for.

Public Speaking 102: Writing and delivering a speech. Focusing on the building blocks of delivery, like body language, rehearsal, volume, and tone. Also covered are how to choose a clever anecdote to appeal to your audience, Phrases For the Ages, and Inspiring the Troops.

Tactics 145: Strategies for foiling capture by aliens. Self-defense techniques, bluffing stratagems, preparing the ship to resist intruders.*

*Guidance counselor note: Academy courses cannot be repeated more than five times. If the student fails to receive a passing grade this semester, the Academy may ask the student to dematriculate or take the course at another accredited institution.

Teaching

History 592: Surak: The Man, The Legend. (Special Guest Lecture series)

Phys Ed 674: Water polo team coach

T'Pol
Attending

Psychology 490: The Duty of One Hand Clapping. How to cope when your CO dismisses all your suggestions, does your job for you, takes the advice of random aliens before yours, and generally makes you feel invisible.

Teaching

History 578: P'Jem Revealed. How the revered sanctuary was used for intelligence-gathering purposes. How these activities were revealed. The consequences to Vulcan, Andorian, and Terran politics. The future of interspecies relations.

Psychology 188: Terran-Vulcan comparative psychology, part 1. Dispelling myths (such as "Vulcans don't have emotions") and learning to celebrate one another's differences and unique cultures. Pre-requisite for Psychology 189.

Trip
Attending

Psychology 226: Counseling for Non-Counselors. Are you the ear everyone bends? The shoulder the whole family leans on? Learn the basics of sympathetic listening, helping people to help themselves, and how to overcome your rescue complex.

Psychology 490: The Duty of One Hand Clapping. How to cope when your CO dismisses all your suggestions, does your job for you, takes the advice of random aliens before yours, and generally makes you feel invisible.

Teaching

Cultural Awareness 105: Challenge Your Preconceptions. Reducing xenophobia on deep-space missions. Pre-requisite for Diplomacy 119.

Diplomacy 119: Terran-Vulcan relations. How to get along with Vulcans, from the VHC to the V'tosh ka'tur. (Informally known as "Dip IDIC.") Pre-requisite for Psychology 188.

Engineering 387 lab: Engineering in a Pinch. Popularly known as "MacGyver 101," you'll learn how to use almost any object in your surroundings, on your person, or within the sound of your voice to get out of a difficult situation. Recommended to be taken in conjunction with Munitions 387 lab.

Malcolm
Attending

History 267: Patton and Rommel. Life studies of two of World War II's greatest generals.

Psychology 490: The Duty of One Hand Clapping.How to cope when your CO dismisses all your suggestions, does your job for you, takes the advice of random aliens before yours, and generally makes you feel invisible.

Teaching

Munitions 110: Munitions Briefing for Administrators. They also serve who fill out requisitions forms. An overview of Starfleet's major defenses and basic hand weaponry for crewmembers who won't be going off-planet. Popularly known as "Don't Touch That." (Informally known as "Pistols for Paper-Pushers.")

Munitions 387 lab: Munitions in a Pinch. Popularly known as "MacGyver Munitions," you'll learn how to use almost any object in your surroundings, on your person, or within the sound of your voice to create a weapon, explosive, or defense mechanism. Recommended to be taken in conjunction with Engineering 387 lab.

Hoshi
Attending

Breen 113
Cryptology 211
Nausicaan 354
Orion 231

Teaching

Klingon 432: Medieval Klingon opera

Phys Ed 090: Poker. From Texas Hold 'Em to Vulcan One-Eyebrow Bluff.

Travis
Attending

Public Speaking 051*

*Guidance counselor note: Dropping out of a course three times in a row is grounds for automatic dematriculation, unless the student can provide equivalent course credit from another accredited institution.

Teaching

Phys Ed 312: From 60 to Zero. Combining weightlessness and weightlifting in Zen meditation to calm the psyche and restrain an overactive libido. Recommended before deep-space missions to Draylax, Delta, or Orion.

Phlox
Attending

Philosophy 212: Medical ethics*

Potions, Fourth-year: Amortentia, Tribble Tincture, Gregory's Unctuous Unction, Ligiean Leech Ligament, Wartcap Powder, and Exploding Potion are among the highlights of this year.

*Guidance counselor note: repeat from prior semester

Teaching

Biology 287: Mating Habits of the Milky Way. With pictures.

Biology 524: Bloodworms: The Galaxy's Cure-All (Special Guest Lecture series)

Porthos
Attending

English 256: The 16th-century sonnet

Phys Ed 159: Skeet shooting

Teaching

Culinary Arts 219: Cheeses of the Galaxy

Soval
Attending

Art 068: Meditation through Macramé. A new twist on za-zen. The repetitive activities of knitting, crocheting, macramé, and needlepoint soothe the active mind and lead to the tranquility needed for meditation.

Teaching

Psychology 189: Terran-Vulcan comparative psychology, part 2. Terrans are not, in fact, clinically insane. Pre-requisite for Logic 413.

Psychology 190: Andorian-Vulcan comparative psychology. Andorians are not, in fact, clinically insane either. Pre-requisite for History 578.

Logic 413: How Terran Logic and Vulcan Logic can be Compatible

Shran

Attending

Culinary Arts 322: Ale and Alemaking

Teaching

Diplomacy 157: The art of the bluff. Speak softly...

Diplomacy 657: The art of the called bluff. ...and carry a big stick.

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