The Global Studies Minor and Global Studies Certificate promote understanding of global processes and awareness of the responsibilities of global citizenship in order to prepare students to meet the challenges of the 21 st century and achieve success in the complex social, political, economic, and cultural environment of the world today.
Modern Languages - Undergraduate Programs
...major. GLOBAL 2301 will provide an introduction to global studies and couple with GLOBAL 3301...
Sociology - Undergraduate Programs
...CONTEMPORARY FRENCH CULTURE* GLOBAL 3301. TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL CULTURES AND CIVILIZATIONS I GLOBAL 3302. TOPICS...
Computer Science and Engineering - Undergraduate Programs
...welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental...CSE 3318 and (IE 3301 or MATH 3313...
GLOBAL 3301. TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL CULTURES AND CIVILIZATIONS I. 3 Hours.
Intensive study of a particular world region and/or culture including, but not limited to, its language, geography, history, arts, commerce, politics, and government. Focus on its uniqueness as a culture and its integral place in global society. Repeatable for credit as topic varies. No prerequisite. Recommend enrollment in GLOBAL 2301 concurrently or previously.
POLS 3301. INTRODUCTION TO GLOBAL ISSUES. 3 Hours.
Comparative perspectives on a broad range of cultural, linguistic, economic, political, and social issues confronting a globalized world today. Designed to draw attention to the multifaceted connections among nation-states, nongovernmental organizations, diverse ethnic, cultural, and religious groups, and populations around the world. Course taught as POLS 3301 and GLOBAL 2301. Credit will be granted in only one department.