GLBL 130 Introduction to Global Studies (Cr3) (3:0)
This course introduces students to ongoing challenges in social, cultural, environmental, economic, and political issues comprising the 21st century global society. Through this course, students gain an interdisciplinary synthesis of globalization through multiple perspectives and lenses, weighing what it is changing in the present and immediate future around the world. Core: D, SIT.
GLBL 160 Field Experience & Academic Research in Global Studies (Cr3) (2.5:0:2)
This course serves as an alternate cultural immersion experience for students in the global studies program who do not complete a three-credit study-abroad course. The primary focus of the course will be on academic research and experiential learning projects geared toward developing competencies consistent with engaged and responsible global citizenship. This course includes 30 hours of field experience. Prereq. - GLBL130. Core: D, SIT.
GLBL 230 Global Studies Capstone (Cr3) (2:0:3)
This course serves as the capstone or culminating immersive experience for students in the global studies program. The course consists of engaged learning experiences while building upon the concept of global citizenship and global studies theory. Students will work with local companies, organizations, or non-profit/service agencies with an international or global focus as part of a 45-hour field learning experience. Prereq. - GLBL130. Core: D, SIT.