Prerequisite: 3 credits from the Social and Behavioral Analysis area of the Core (First semester—as needed/3 credits)
This course examines the cultural, economic and political forces of globalization. It is organized around the debate concerning the merits of modern globalization. We will examine how the forces of globalization impact certain aspects of lives of people around the world. We will use the evidence gathered in our examination of the impact of globalization to critique the classical arguments.