GLBL 501 ZG - Perspectives on Global Studies
Provides graduate students in a variety of fields with an understanding of key global concepts and methods, and introduces them to different perspectives on globalization and transnational social relations. Course Information: 4 graduate hours. No professional credit. Prerequisite: Graduate Standing.
Global Studies is an emerging and rapidly changing field. It is well on the way to becoming a new field of study among the major research universities in the United States and abroad. It is also more than a discipline. Today it is increasingly expected that holders of graduate degrees-whether professional degrees in Medicine, Law or Business, Masters or Ph.D.-also acquire an understanding of key global concepts and debates along with training in their primary disciplines. This course provides that much-needed analytical and methodological understanding.
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Course Level: Graduate