Global Issues Seminar I
One semester hour (two hours contact) (FL)
Students in this course will gain a broad overview of the geography, language, history, religions, political and social institutions, and cultural practices of a variety of countries. Students will complete an independent study of one aspect of one country or global issue of contemporary concern. In addition to foreign national faculty delivering presentations on their native countries, faculty whose research focuses on issues with a global aspect will provide students with an overview of an international problem and the challenges facing world leadership in addressing the problem. Topics change each semester.
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