101 Introduction to Global Affairs (3:3:0) Surveys wide range of global topics: previous periods of globalization, international organizations and law, transnational corporations and global economy, immigration and refugees, world environmental concerns, world culture, war and peace, paradoxical presence of nationalism and fundamentalism in global world, and antiglobalization movement.
490 Independent Study in Global Affairs (1–3:1–3:1–3) Prerequisite: global affairs majors with 90 credits, GLOA 101, and permission of instructor. Reading or research on specific topic related to globalization, under direction of faculty member. At least one written paper required. Course may involve combination of reading assignments, tutorials, presentations, or off-campus activities. May be repeated for credit up to total 6 credits.
495 Global Experiential Learning (1–18:0:0) On-the-job training in transnational or international fields through approved internship programs. Enrollment and credits controlled by Global Affairs Program. Contact Global Affairs Program one semester before planned enrollment.