GS 001: Introduction to Global Studies
4 credits - CRN 41200
Globalization - the historical and continuing integration of peoples, cultures, markets and nations - is the defining characteristic of our century. It brings with it advantages and disadvantages, surfeit and suffering. In this interdisciplinary course, the foundation of the Global Studies major, students will be introduced to a variety of historical, critical and analytical perspectives, methods and vocabularies for continued study of globalization and social change. Priority given to CAS freshmen and sophomores.
GS (POLS) 003: Comparative Politics
4 credits - CRN 42682
The political systems of foreign countries; approaches to the study of comparative politics.