College: College of Liberal Arts
Strong Interest Inventory Code(s): SEI
Examine political, economic, cultural, and social processes of local communities, nation states, transnational businesses, and social movements around the globe. Combine knowledge about broad global processes with regionally focused detailed knowledge of social and cultural systems and language.
Sub-plans: Choose one thematic concentration and one regional concentration. Thematic concentration: Cultural Production and Everyday Practice, Political Economy and Environmental Change, Human Rights and Justice, Global Health and Mobile Populations. Regional concentration: Africa, East Asia, Europe, Islamic World, Latin America, Middle East, Russia, South Asia, Individualized.
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