International Studies (INSU)
INSU 201H. Foundations of Globalization. 1 Unit.
This foundational course introduces students to the fundamental debates concerning the history, economics, and politics of globalization. The history of capitalism including the political-economic paradigms of mercantilism, liberalism, communism, fascism, and socialism are considered. Processes of colonialism/imperialism and neocolonialism are discussed, including official and non-government foreign aid. The course concludes with contemporary debates on globalization and freedom, democracy, and inequality. Offered in the fall semester.
INSU 397. Internship in International Studies. 0.5 or 1 Units.