2021-2022 Catalog and Student Handbook 
    
    Jun 25, 2024  
2021-2022 Catalog and Student Handbook [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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GLO 295 - Topical Issues In Global Studies


Credits: 1-3
Description
This course explores an issue of current interest in global studies. The topic is chosen by the instructor.

Student Learning Outcomes
  1. Competently articulate knowledge about a particular global issue or problem.
  2. Explain the inter-connectedness of global events and problems.
  3. Describe and explain how people the world over face many of the same problems despite their diverse values and religious or cultural traditions.
  4. Describe and explain how people the world over face many of the same problems despite their diverse values and religious or cultural traditions.
  5. Present, orally and in writing, logically and internally consistent arguments based on a multitude of perspectives regarding a contemporary global issue or event.
  6. Describe the global social, economic, political, cultural and historical systems which are anchored in differing philosophical and religious traditions in order to help students appreciate the commonality of all human aspirations irrespective of geographic location.
  7. Describe and explain how an understanding of the diversity of human cultures and traditions which represent their core values enables the graduates of the global studies program to succeed in our increasingly global society.
  8. Identify, collect and interpret relevant domestic and international data and report on it in support of a thesis and major supporting points.

Prerequisite: None
May Be Repeated: Up to 6 credits with Department Chair approval



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