FIG #18: Global Citizenship

This FIG Cluster has 22 spaces available.


Cluster Description:
What does it mean to live as global citizens?

Courses

Class
 Instructor 
 Days 
 Time 
 Credits 
 GUR 
International Studies 201
Leah Lippman
MWF
1:00-2:20 pm
5
ACGM 
Sociology 221
Liz Mogford
MWF
2:30-3:50 pm
5
SSC 
Seminar 101
Shurla Thibou
T
10:00-11:50 am
2
 

Total Credits:

12
 

Course Descriptions for Global Citizenship

  • International Studies 201, Introduction to Global Studies, (Leah Lippman) 5cr, ACGM, CRN: 41676
    Introduction to contemporary global issues, drawing on the integrated knowledge and methodologies of multiple disciplines.
  • Sociology 221, Intro to Population Issues, (Liz Mogford) 5cr, SSC, CRN: 44116
    Processes determining population growth - fertility, mortality and migration - and their influence on economic development in the more- and less-developed countries of the world; population policies in various countries and their implications for population growth and future development.
  • Seminar 101, Seminar for First-Year Students, (Shurla Thibou) 2cr, CRN: 40744
    An introductory seminar offering an exploration of academic content and essential questions within the liberal arts and sciences tradition. Includes embedded instruction in academic skills and use of campus resources pertinent to exploration of the FIG cluster theme. Concludes in a formal paper or academic presentation.

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