Quarter: Fall 2016Instructor: A.M. Nyamathi & Carol Pavlish
Exploration of theories, issues, debates, and pedagogy associated with globalization, social justice, and human rights and how these perspectives influence human health and well-being. Provides students with unique opportunity to explore these topics within classroom, via Internet and other technologies, and in other classrooms located around globe. Students, through collaborative projects with peers around world, reflect on how globalization shapes and transforms local communities and national cultures. Concurrently scheduled with course C155. Letter grading. *If course is full, Interested students may contact GPA (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Professor Nyamathi (email@example.com) to request permission to enroll.