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Category G: Citizenship in a Diverse World (GPG)
Examines the strategies for managing global issues in the post Cold War period. Explores ways that international institutions, national governments and non-state actors work separately and together to provide order and control over complex international issues areas. Issues that will receive attention could include financial and monetary relations, trade and foreign investment, preservation of the environment, the spread of weapons of mass destruction, population and migration, terrori
|37774R||050||Lecture||1:00-5:10pm||Tue, Thu||1 of 22||Daniel Lynch||VKC209||PDF (146486 KB)|
Examination of the challenges of environmental problem-solving at the personal, local, national and global scales, focused on the issue of climate change.
- General Education: This course satisfies the university's general education requirement.
- Note: Register for lecture and discussion
|51900R||051||Lecture||10:00-2:10pm||Mon, Wed||29 of 30||Jefferey Sellers||THH108|
|51901R||051||Discussion||9:00-9:50am||Mon, Wed||29 of 30||THH108|