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Global Studies Fall 2017 Course Offerings

Nearly fifty courses to choose from for Fall 2017!

March 27, 2017 12:29 PM

Registration for Fall 2017 begins on Monday, April 3, 2017. All students are required to make an advising appointment with their advisors prior to registration. 


Core Courses

 

Department/ Program

Course

Global Studies

GLBL 101 Introduction to Global Studies

GLBL 301 Approaches to Global Studies

 

Gateway Courses

 

Department/ Program

Course

Anthropology

ANTH 211 Cultural Anthropology

Asian Studies

ASIA 100 Introduction to Asian Studies

Economics

ECON 101 Introduction to Microeconomics 

ECON 102 Introduction to Macroeconomics

Geography & Environmental Studies

GES 102 Human Geography

GES 120 Environmental Science and Conservation

History

HIST 200 Themes in World History

Modern Languages, Linguistics & Intercultural Communication

MLL 280 Introduction to the Spanish-Speaking World

MLL 305 Introduction to Intercultural Communication*

Political Science

POLI 260 Comparative Politics

POLI 280 International Relations

 

Upper Level Track Electives

 

Department/ Program

Course

Africana Studies

AFST 212 Introduction to African History (Track 2, 3)

AFST 213 Africa: Culture and Development (Track 1, 2, 3)

American Studies

AMST 200 What is an American? (Track 1, 3)

Anthropology

ANTH 312 Medical Anthropology (Track 2)

ANTH 326 American Indian Cultures (Track 1)

Asian Studies

ASIA 300 Topics in Asian Studies (Track 2, 3)

Economics

ECON 311 Intermediate Microeconomics (Track 2, 3)

ECON 312 Intermediate Macroeconomics (Track 2, 3)

ECON 382 Asian Economic History (Track 2, 3)

ECON 439 Environmental Economics (Track 2)

ECON 467 Health Economics (Track 2)

ECON 481 International Trade Theory (Track 2, 3)

Gender & Women’s Studies

GWST 342 Gender in Modern South Asia (Track 1)

Geography & Environmental Studies

GES 329 Geography of Disease and Health (Track 2, 3)

GES 337 Natural Resource Management (Track 2)

GES 363 World Regions: Contemporary International Issues (Track 2, 3)

GES 428 Scientific Practice and Environmental Policy (Track 2, 3)

Health Administration and Public Policy

HAPP Global Issues in Health and Disease (Track 1, 2, 3)

History

HIST 306 The First World War (Track 3)

HIST 340 Atlantic Revolutions (Track 1)

HIST 376 European Women’s History 1914- Present (Track 3)

HIST 459 Japan Since 1800 (Track 3)

HIST 473 Twentieth- Century Britain: The Age of Decline (Track 3)

HIST 480 Contemporary China 1949 – Present (Track 2, 3)

HIST 484 German History 1914- Present (Track 3)

Media & Communication Studies

MCS 334 Media & Globalization (Track 1, 3)

Modern Languages, Linguistics & Intercultural Communication

MLL 240 Project in Cultural Sustainability (Track 2)

MLL 305 Introduction to Intercultural Communication* (Track 2, 3)

MLL 306 Intercultural Communication: Issues Confronting Immigrant and Heritage Communities (Track1, 3)

MLL 311 Introduction to Korean Culture (Track 2, 3)

Political Science

POLI 434 International Organizations (Track 2, 3)

POLI 467 Comparative Foreign Policy (Track 3)

POLI 471 Globalization and Transnational Issues (Track 1, 3)

POLI 487 International Political Economy (Track 2, 3)

Spanish

SPAN 308 Latinoamérica y sus Culturas I (Track 1)

 

 *Students may enroll for this course to fulfill either a gateway or track requirement but may not use the same course in both categories. 

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