Academic Catalogs

Global Studies

Global Studies is an interdisciplinary course of study that provides students with an understanding of political, cultural, environmental and economic processes and their implications. The program introduces students to the study of global issues and perspectives while providing methodological tools and techniques for analyzing them at multiple scales (local, regional and global). Students will develop the skills for analyzing the impacts of globalization by applying diverse perspectives to current global issues.

Department Contact Information 

Irene Naesse

Global Studies Department Website

Credit Courses

GLST A1023 Units (54 lecture hours)  
Global Issues  
Advisory: ENGL A100.

Grading Mode: Standard Letter

Transfer Credit: CSU; UC.

An introduction to the issues and problems confronting the global community, including global population trends, economic development and global inequality, basic human needs and human rights, international conflict and security, and environmental problems with an emphasis on global governance and transnational solutions. C-ID: GLST 102.

Catalog Program Pages Referencing GLST A102