Minor in Global Studies
The twenty-first century world is one characterized by globalization. The forces of globalization, integration and interdependence, have altered the way human beings interact with one another. World affairs are no longer primarily defined by national boundaries, but by the global integration of resources, ideas and communities.
The Global Studies program offers courses that examine the actors (individuals, countries, non-governmental organizations), ideas and processes that shape the cultural, social, political and economic dimensions of global society. The coursework for this program emphasizes three themes: 1) Global Culture and Identity, 2) Global Governance and Civil Society, and 3) Global Economy, Development and Resources. Thematic courses are used to illustrate how similar issues are understood across different communities in global society. The program offers students an interdisciplinary curriculum that promotes an enhanced appreciation for global diversity (non-Western cultures/societies) and experiential learning.
Michael E. Brint, D.Phil.
Uyeno-Tseng Professor of International Studies, Professor of Political Science, Faculty Director CLU-Oxford Study Abroad
Rahuldeep Singh Gill, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Religion
Grady Hanrahan, Ph.D.
John Stauffer Endowed Professor of Analytical Chemistry
Haco Hoang, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Political Science
Akiko Yasuike, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Sociology
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California Lutheran University
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Thousand Oaks, CA 91360