Globalization and Social Welfare

Course: FAM1281

This course is part of the following part-time on campus and/or online program(s):

Globalization has radically altered the economic, social and environmental landscape in which human needs are met. Students examine global commodities such as food, water, oil and mining extraction as they influence global poverty and health conditions. Environmental, economic and social sustainability are guiding principles as students develop critical thinking skills through group discussions, research projects, interactive lectures and other activities.

All sections for this course are in progress.