INS 107 Global Persp. on World Civilizatn
Credit Hours: 3
The course will present worldwide problems and opportunities inherent in conditions and relationships found in the 20th century and anticipated in the 21st century. It will examine political views, world resources and needs, economic interdependence, emerging and traditional cultural forces and forces for historic change. The major emphasis of course content will be on aspects of the non-western world. (1.1) Proficiency Credit Not Available Pass/No Credit Available NOTE: This course is offered concurrently as HUM 107. The student must decide whether to earn credits in International Studies (INS) or Humanities (HUM) prior to enrolling.