Students explore the intersection of topics by taking the following course package:
UGST 109 First-Year Experience Seminar - 1-credit
GLBL 101 Introduction to International Issues - CoreEd or major satisfying course, 4-credits
Hunger, intellectual property, global warming, arms trade, water rights, civil war, genocide, education, global financial inequities, and immigration: a few examples of the challenges we face in a highly globalized word. Develop a fundamental knowledge about several international issues, critically examine how these issues are presented by stakeholders, and consider creative attempts to solve these problems.
ASIA 111 Great Books on Asia - CoreEd or major satisfying course, 4-credits
This course will introduce students to the cultural, social, economic, and political dimensions of life in modern Asia, along with comparisons of different regions of Asia. Through selections from four awesome and discussion-stimulating books, students will learn about the continent’s particular places, peoples, and aspects of their lives and cultures. This selective profile of Asia is aimed to convey not only the complex and diverse conditions of particular Asian countries but also the broadly shared regional patterns of development.