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|POL 10504 - THE NEW PANGAEA: YOUR ROLE IN OUR GLOBAL COMMUNITY|
Introduces students to the myriad ways in which they are individually and collectively connected to the global community. Looking specifically at ways in which people are interconnected as consumers, patients, donors and participants in discourse, the course introduces students to the concepts, institutions and dynamics of globalization. Through assignments that focus on important global issues and engage students directly with the global community, students will (a) learn how to engage the global community as informed consumers of information, (b) understand the basic structure of the global political arena, (c) learn how to engage actively and consciously within that arena and (d) understand the ways in which their daily behavior impacts global trends. Prerequisite: None.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Lecture
Political Science Department
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