INDS520: Global Youth Issues
Considers the opportunities and challenges for youth to explore social and ecological justice issues and become meaningfully involved in a globalized and increasingly interdependent world. Through the international lenses of human rights (United Nations Declaration of Human Rights) and sustainability (Sustainability Development Goals), students explore concepts relating to identity, active and participatory citizenship, critical media analysis, diversity and inclusion, ethics of care, and youth leadership and empowerment through community engagement. Draws upon current and seminal literature in global citizenship and social justice and focuses on current issues such as global economics and its impact on people, culture, and the environment; responses to transnational migration; Indigeneity; gender justice; and local and global initiatives to promote just and healthy societies. *pending approval
General Studies Offerings
General studies courses may be eligible for internal transfer credit into their related programs.
|Start Date||End Date||Tuition (Domestic)||Delivery|
|May 7, 2018||July 13, 2018||$2416.67||Online|