HC101H - Global Problems of the 21st Century

Professor: Ellen Fitzpatrick

4.00 credits

  • CRN 15670: Tuesday & Thursday, 8:30-9:50am @ LIB 322

An interdisciplinary survey of 21st century global economic, political, and environmental problems and opportunities.  The course addresses the drivers and complexity of problems such as conflict, global public health, climate change, democratization, and sustainable development. The course introduces and reinforces critical thinking, reading, and writing skills and the analysis of numbers and information associated with global problems.