INTS250 Study Abroad

This course is designed to help students integrate international experience within their course of study. Students will explore the social, cultural, political, historical, geographic and economic significance of the specified country and its place in the global system. A review of the various socio-cultural, economic and political systems and structures will provide the basis for critically examining the challenges facing the specified country. Students will explore the social, political, geographic and economic impact of seeking peaceful resolutions to internal and external challenges. The course includes pre-trip planning and lectures, study and research during the trip, and post-trip presentations. This course may be taken three (3) times for credit. CORE: SSHB.


3 credits