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GS-225 Conceptualizing Globalization: Theories, Debates, and Methods
Examines the phenomenon of globalization and the interdisciplinary field of globalization studies. Gives students a conceptual and historical understanding of globalization, a review of key debates about globalization, and an overview of specific globalization processes and problems. Helps students to recognize and understand the agents of globalization, focusing on key institutions, while providing a lens through which to view the local experiences of people enmeshed in globalization. Reviews discipline-specific methodologies for conducting research on globalization, and explores global citizenship and applies approaches.


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GS-310 Special Topics in Globalization Studies
Study of a topic not normally covered in depth in the regular curriculum of the Globalization Studies program. Offered irregularly.


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GS-440 Globalization Studies Capstone
An intensive seminar experience in which students in the final semester of their GS major will have an opportunity to interact, learn, and bond as a cohort. The capstone will meet once a week for 2.5 hours, during which time students will undertake a common core of coursework related to Globalization as an interdisciplinary field of study. A major objective of the capstone is the completion of an individual capstone project or thesis which reflects a synthesis of the student’s regional studies, thematic tracks, study abroad experience, and capstone-related independent research. Students will be expected to present oral and written presentations of their work in a public forum.


GS-450 Individualized Study-Tutorial
Individualized tutorial counting toward the minimum requirements in a major or minor, graded A-F


GS-451 Individualized Study-Tutorial
Individualized tutorial counting toward the minimum requirements in a major or minor, graded S/U


GS-452 Individualized Study-Tutorial
Individualized tutorial not counting in the minimum requirements in a major or minor, graded A-F


GS-453 Individualized Study-Tutorial
Individualized tutorial not counting in the minimum requirements in a major or minor, graded S/U.


GS-460 Individualized Study-Research
Individualized research counting toward the minimum requirements in a major or minor, graded A-F


GS-461 Individualized Study-Research
Individualized research counting toward the minimum requirements in a major or minor, graded S/U


GS-462 Individualized Study-Research
Individualized research not counting in the minimum requirements in a major or minor, graded A-F


GS-463 Individualized Study-Research
Individualized research not counting in the minimum requirements in a major or minor graded S/U


GS-470 Individualized Study-Intern
Internship counting toward the minimum requirements in a major or minor, graded A-F.


GS-473 Individualized Study-Internship
Internship not counting in the minimum requirements in a major or minor, graded S/U.


GS-475 Summer Internship
Summer Internship graded S/U, counting in the minimum requirements for a major or minor only with written permission filed in the Registrar's Office.


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