HUMN103: Foundations of Global Citizenship

Course Description

Considers multiple facets and understandings of citizenship – local and global - through critical, inquiry-based investigations of: human rights; ethics; identifying and interpreting bias; identity, culture and positionality; intercultural communication; Indigenous knowledge and perspectives; colonialism and postcolonialism; eco-citizenship; international structures, institutions, and initiatives; Sustainable Development Goals; social movements and the role of civil society, active citizenship and NGOs. Introduces students to the core principles of the university’s Learning, Research, and Teaching Model.

Course Credits

  • 9.00