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PO 1314 - Introduction to Global Affairs

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PO 1314 Course Description

PO 1314 - Introduction to Global Affairs - Surveys wide range of global topics within the context of learning about global actors, governments, and international institutions: previous periods of globalization, international organizations and law, transnational corporations and global economy, immigration and refugees, world environmental concerns, world culture, war and peace, paradoxical presence of nationalism and fundamentalism in a global world, and the anti-globalization movement.

Political Science at St. Mary's University

In the Department of Political Science at St. Mary’s University, students develop skills that increase their understanding of governance and politics, and the theoretical underpinnings of democracy, a republic and justice. Analytical and critical skills are emphasized in this major through research methods, statistical analysis, leadership, service and enhanced oral and written communication assignments.

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