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GLS 151 Introduction to Global Studies (3)
Prerequisites: Suggested prerequisite or corequisite: POL-101, HIS-101 or HIS-102
Corequisites: Suggested prerequisite or corequisite: POL-101, HIS-101 or HIS-102
Introductory course to develop global awareness and problem-solving skills with special emphasis on the interdependence of international and intercultural communities. Explores the culture of world government systems, including capitalism, in world-historical perspective and their implications for global justice. Integrates social scientific, cultural and philosophical perspectives with a view to cultivating students’ global awareness, global perspective and global engagement. Students will engage in discussions and critical thinking activities about international and intercultural relations issues, such as environment, human rights, social justice, communication and differences, arms control, world health, ethnic and religious conflict resolution, human rights, food supply and ethnocentrism. (Some sections may emphasize particular global or international issues as special topics.)
GLS 290 Special Topics in Global Studies (3)
Prerequisites: Instructor permission
Exploration of a non-humanities-based global topic selected by department. Global events, current or historical information, and geographical knowledge will be included. Contact department chair for course availability.