Academics: Global and International Studies Courses

Global Socioeconomic and Political Processes (GLOBL 2)
Appelbaum, Juergensmeyer.

Examination of contemporary social, economic, political, and environmental change in a global context; the emergence of a global economy and new systems of world order; and the debate over “globalization” and whether or not it is desirable.

Global Environmental Policy and Politics (GLOBL 161)
Clemencon. Designed for majors.

The evolution of international environmental negotiations, agreements, and organizations, and the role governmental and non-governmental actors are playing in shaping them are examined. Climate change, biodiversity conservation, and equitable global sustainable development are among the critical policy challenges considered.