FKL Courses

Human and Cultural Diversity in a Global Context

Students must satisfactorily complete three (3) credit hours of approved coursework in Human and Cultural Diversity in a Global Context. Courses in the Human and Cultural Diversity in a Global Context core area apply principles and theories to the understanding of global processes and phenomena in an interdisciplinary manner. Courses develop an understanding of prevailing world conditions and trends; create an awareness of the diversity of cultures and their roles in the global political economy; foster knowledge of the interrelations among global economic, political, environmental and social systems; and create an awareness of the problems confronting cultural groups, nations, and the human species as a whole.

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