This course introduces students to the ethics of engaging with and supporting global communities, with a special focus on marginalized populations. Covering concepts such as power, privilege, and prejudice from colonial history to the modern day, students will hone critical thinking skills as they analyze the ethics and effectiveness of international development policies, programs, and practices. This course is required for International Studies majors, but it is open to students of all majors.(Offered every Spring.)
3 credits
Lower Division