INTL 101 Human Societies and Globalization Semester course; 3 lecture hours. 3 credits. An interdisciplinary inquiry into how societies around the world are organized and how they are interrelated on social, economic, political and cultural dimensions. The course is organized around themes that are important to prominent globalization processes -- topics such as human rights, global inequalities, cultural globalization, global crime, globalization and religion, the global mass media, and environmental issues. Students also explore the implications of rapid social change for international issues and interpersonal interaction.
Global Perspectives, CHS List I, Social/Behavioral Sciences, Social/Behavioral Science, Low cost materials, Online-asynchronous instruct, On-Campus Billing Rate