TOWARDS A GLOBAL COMMUNITY
(4 credit hours)
Spring | Prerequisites: One history course & Junior standing
A description, analysis and interpretation of 20th century world history with emphasis on a global perspective. This course focuses on the interaction and interdependence of contemporary civilizations and regions, inter-and intra-cultural tensions, the emergence of a global society confronted with demographic, technological, environmental, and ideological challenges with emphasis on the time since 1945.