(4)The world is becoming increasingly interconnected, allowing for information, economic, and social issues to spread across borders rapidly. This Capstone Course for the Global and International Studies Program and social work elective will prepare students with a beginning understanding of global issues that impact both local and domestic practice with international populations. From an interdisciplinary practice perspective, students will learn about current international issues and their impact on society. Utilizing an anti-oppressive framework, students will develop ethical skills based on principles of social justice, reconciliation, peace, and truth in preparation for both international and domestic practice in global contexts. A 40-hour domestic internship will be part of this course.
Offered each Fall.
This course information is from the 2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog. View this catalog.